Truffle Dumplings
Recipe Courtesy of Delicious and SonsThis recipe uses a combination of ground beef and vegetables, but you could easily substitute chicken, pork, shrimp, vegetables, or tofu. Once filled, these dumplings freeze very well. Always make more than you need and store the rest in the freezer for a quick dinner. 
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knife cut salmon tartar
This recipe looks fancy but can be made by anyone. Impress your house guests with some Knife-Cut Salmon Tartar.Since 1991, the creative masterminds of Le Basque have executed some of the most elaborate and groundbreaking event productions in South Florida and across the map. Building a reputation for unparalleled service with true style and savoir-faire, Le Basque offers full-service catering and production design under the helm of Alejandro Muguerza, Jim Mozina, and Ian Perris. Le Basque proudly serves many high-profile and private clients. Such prestigious figures include President Barack Obama and President Clinton, international fashion houses including Cartier and Yves St. Laurent, and global conglomerates UBS and Sotheby’s.
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Executive Chef, Luca Mancini of Paresa Resort in Phuket, Thailand is originally from Italy.  A seasoned chef with extensive luxury hotel experience, Chef Mancini has spent several years honing his culinary skills around the world. “Every year I have to respect my family tradition which is the chestnut and black truffle stuffed roast chicken with rosemary and sage roasted new potato.”
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Escargot Caviar Over Truffles
This recipe comes courtesy of CaviarEscargot.com.
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These potatoes with black truffle butter are a special side dish for your holiday table. For more recipes, visit Justmarriedandcooking.com
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Black Truffle Mashed Potatoes
I have tried truffles! Well, to be more precise, black truffle oil and truffle salt (which is rumored to not actually have proper truffles... but I digress). I will admit that making these mashed potatoes was my first time ever smelling, tasting, and cooking with truffle oil and salt. What an experience!The truffle is actually the fruiting body of an underground mushroom and can be found within the leaf litter and the soil around certain types of trees. They are highly acclaimed in the culinary world and often referred to as “the diamond of the kitchen.”As one of the most expensive edible delights, the costs will knock your socks off... ranging all the way up to $600 per pound! Ouch! (Hence the truffle oil and salt in my house.) If you’re wondering, yes, I will be cooking with truffle oil and salt again... and perhaps shaved truffles one day!
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Apple and Truffle Stuffing
Chef Jon Cichon, executive chef at Lacroix at The Rittenhouse in Philadelphia, shares his take on Thanksgiving with this twist on a traditional stuffing recipe. 
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Black truffles
In this quick, luxurious recipe, fresh pasta is a fine base for a rich cream sauce and elegant truffles. To make the recipe with morels or chanterelles instead of truffles, simply sauté about ¼ pound of the sliced mushrooms in some butter and add them to the sauce just before tossing with the pasta.Adapted from “Welcome to Michael’s" by Michael McCarty.Serve with a green salad and brownies for an easy yet indulgent Valentine’s Day dinner.Click here to see An Indulgent Valentine's Day Menu.
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Cardoon Soup with Black Truffle Carpaccio
You might be wondering, what on Earth is a cardoon, anyway? A thistle-like plant, cardoons (also called cardone) grow abundantly in the Mediterranean and are usually in season from November to March. A close relative to the globe artichoke, the cardoon looks a bit like celery on steroids, growing as tall as six feet. It has thorny, silver-grey leaves and pom-pom-like purple blossoms. It’s not exactly a friendly-looking vegetable and it probably won’t make you salivate at first sight. But their delicate artichoke-like flavor is as refined as it is addictive. If you cannot find cardoons in your local store or farmers market, don’t despair! The velouté can be made with frozen artichoke hearts and tastes very similar.
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mushroom risotto
During colder weather, many of us are reaching for our favorite comfort foods like mac and cheese and lasagna to keep us warm. And while these foods that are often high in sugar, salt, and carbohydrates may satisfy us in the moment, they don’t offer the best long-term benefits for those of us who are striving for a healthy lifestyle.This wild mushroom risotto is The Kripalu Kitchen’s healthy take on comfort food. Kripalu, is recognized as the largest yoga retreat center, in North America and is a healthy haven for yogis and healthy foodies — offering a mainly vegetarian cuisine made with fresh, local produce. Whole grains, fresh vegetables, and legumes form the backbone of the menu at The Kripalu Kitchen — I while poultry, fish, and dairy are also optional for protein. The Ayurvedic-influenced "Buddha Bar” also offers vegan, gluten-free cuisine.
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Bebber paired his dish, capesante salsa al tartufo Nero (Scallops with Black Truffle Sauce), with Luis Pato Vinhas Velhas white, noting at a dinner at Oceana, “White Portuguese wines are built for seafood.” Recipe courtesy of Executive Chef Massimo Bebber of Sirio Ristorante at The Pierre, New York City
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Porcini Salad with Watercress and Black Truffle Vinaigrette
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The rich earthiness of porcini mushrooms is highlighted by grilling them to perfection and drizzling them with a subtle black truffle vinaigrette. This is a fantastic appetizer for mushroom lovers that's a real treat for the senses. See all salad recipes.
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