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  • n. Plural form of truffle.


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  • The board of dipped truffles is popped into the fridge for ten minutes or so to fully harden the shell and the decorations, then they are quickly trimmed and placed into two ounce paper soufflĂ© cups, the cups put into containers and the containers into the fridge.

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  • This ancient Roman colony, once a papal possession, is as much celebrated for its market dealing in truffles as for its scenic surroundings.

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  • One of the pious ecclesiastics who knew very little Italian, pricked up his ears at the word truffles, which seemed to have a familiar sound.

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  • Noma's serves Scandinavian specialties like truffles from the Swedish island of Gotland and new creations like cured scallops served with a sea-urchin sauce and dressed with sea-buckthorn berries.

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  • For me, the truffles are the high-end part of the brand.

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  • Why are chocolate truffles called truffles, anyway?

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  • Brilynn, so glad it arrived safe and sound and that the truffles were a hit.

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  • Gentleman eating ruffles -- no, truffles, which is a vegetable, as all pigs is uncommon partial to.

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  • The soup is light but has an engaging mustiness, much like truffles, which is cut by the sauce with chile, garlic and vinegar.

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  • The truffles are a good example of exactly how much work goes into making the chocolates.

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