Tuesday - October 22, 2013 Filed in: Food | Unique Experiences | In Season
Of all the wonderful seasonal food one can savor in Italy in autumn
, perhaps the most sought after (and certainly the most luxurious) is that homely yet princely tuber, the truffle. Found across central and northern Italy, its penetrating, earthy (its flavor suggests loamy woods and wild mushrooms and crisp autumn days and burning leaves all rolled into one) aroma graces a number of fall dishes from Le Marche to Piedmont, regions where tartufai
kitted out with a bisaccia
(a traditional leather truffle bag) comb the woods come September hoping to uncover nature’s buried treasure. Read More...