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.
Two truffle butters are better than one, as the saying goes. That’s why we paired up our white and black 3 ounce tubs of truffle butter in this cost-saving duo. Now you’ll have the truffle butter you need (or crave) on hand.
For the truffle butter fans out there, we’ve paired up our popular Black and White Truffle Butters. With one each of the two types, you’ll be in truffle butter heaven. This duo is also a cost-effective way to try both types of truffle butter.
Truffle butter is a magical addition in the kitchen. Toss a pat of either black or white truffle butter with hot pasta or incorporate into your favorite risotto. Use truffle butter to sauté scallops and discover a new depth of sweet, caramelized flavor. Mashed potatoes go from ordinary to extraordinary when you add sweet, creamery truffle butter. And you can use truffle butter to wake up the flavor of omelets and scrambled eggs, too. One of Ariane’s secrets for succulent turkey and chicken is to slip little knobs of truffle butter under the skin before roasting.
Try a simple canapé a là D’Artagnan, with a slice of baguette, slathered with black truffle butter and crowned with a sliver of saucisson sec. Nothing could be simpler.
Celebrity cookbook author and TV personality Ina Garten just loves our truffle butters and frequently uses them in her recipes. See Ina on the Today Show and learn her secret for transforming a simple sandwich into something special!
Truffle butter stores well in the freezer, so it’s great to stock up and always have it on hand when you need a little truffle taste.