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- adj. Provided, cooked, or stuffed with truffles
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Provided or cooked with truffles; stuffed with truffles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Furnished, cooked, or stuffed with truffles: as, a truffled turkey.
"That is called a truffled turkey," said Marcel, pointing to a splendid bird, showing through its rosy and transparent skin the Perigordian tubercles with which it was stuffed.
Lined from floor to ceiling with wines and spirits from across the globe, this lively bodega is justly famed for its unique and exquisite montaditos modelled from wicked combinations of salmon with truffled honey, tuna dotted with caviar and balsamic syrup, and plates of pungent cheeses served with transparent fruit jelly, glazed chestnuts and pickles arranged like artworks.
A perennial favorite, and must-have at any hour, is the truffled egg toast ($9), the restaurant's signature antipasti based on a popular dish from Northern Italy.
Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The truffled egg toast, at left, is the restaurant's signature antipasti based on a popular dish from Northern Italy.
Their artichoke pizza comes topped with a truffled spinach and cream sauce thing that they make in house every day.
The crust has a mild doughy sweetness and the truffled sauce is lovely.
The miniature scones are served warm and crumble under homemade preserves and the truffled quail egg salad is one of the most unusual egg salads you'll find in the city.
If you pick the latter option, tell your handheld computer-toting server to tap in an order for the uovo, a single, large piece of ravioli filled with soft cheese and a still-runny egg yolk doused in truffled butter.
Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The uovo, a single, large ravioli filled with soft cheese and a still-runny egg yolk doused in truffled butter, is a prix-fixe option.
Marie Antoinette's favorite drink, wine infused with rose and ginger, warmed guests up for a meal of duck prosciutto with pomegranate and truffled filet mignon.
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