The French Pâté Collection Perfect for a cocktail party or appetizers at a family feast, this trio is a perennial favorite and makes a lovely hostess gift.
Dry-Cured Saucisson SecServe saucisson sec with charcuterie for an ideal and easy party starter.
An essential item for any well-stocked kitchen, D'Artagnan's white truffle oil is made with pure, first-pressed French olive oil and Italian white truffle essence for an intense aroma with notes of garlic. Its headiness and complex flavor will inspire greatness in the kitchen.
Just remember that when it comes to truffle oil, a little bit goes a long way. White truffle oil is perfect for sauces, vinaigrettes and marinades, or for a finishing touch to potatoes, pasta, chicken, risotto, fish and more.
Many chefs use truffle oil in dishes studded with real truffles in order to carry the distinctive flavor throughout the dish. Even if you don’t have the rare and expensive white truffle, you can enjoy the essence with this oil.
ingredients: olive oil, white Italian truffle flavor
"What a heavenly match--baked potatoes laced with white truffles and truffle oil which are spooned into the potato shell and topped with crunchy-custardy slices of foie gras. Don’t skimp here. Use the best butter and potatoes you can find. We like firm, yellow-fleshed potatoes like Belle de Fontenoy, Ratte, Yellow Finn or Yukon Gold."
"Reduced mushroom stock adds earthiness to a sauce for guinea-hen breasts. White truffle oil and crème fraîche add a luxurious, finishing touch. "
"Chef Dave Martin made this creamy and over-the-top macaroni and cheese famous when he appeared as a contestant on season one of the television cooking competition Top Chef."
"Kevin Nashan of St. Louis's Sidney Street Café serves fried, crispy oysters with tomato confit, fennel and peppery arugula for his take on the classic New Orleans sandwich."
"Adam Heath blends skim milk with a whole vanilla bean and white truffle oil for a creamy, foamy topping to butternut squash ravioli."