Di Bruno Bros. White Truffle Cream
Smooth and creamy resembling cauliflower puree. Super funky and alluring, White truffle cream is hard to resist. But it comes with a bit of a learning curve and little goes a long way. Quick Facts Origin: Italy, Umbria Unit Size: 2.8 oz. The Flavor Experience White Truffle cream presents Magnatum's heady aroma bound to a refreshingly sweet cream. It is light yet intoxicating and surprisingly clean. The Story Perhaps the most expensive cooking ingredient by the pound, truffles exude elegance. Famed Chef, Brillat-Savarin, referred to truffles as "the diamond of the kitchen and used them in a numerous recipes. Truffles grow naturally among the roots of oak, walnut, and hazelnut trees. and cultivation is difficult. Truffles are located with the help of specialized pigs or dogs and are dug up by forager before being brushed and brought to market. Truffles have been on chef's radars since the 20th century BCE and were mentioned by the prophet, Muhammed. During the Classical period, they were written about by Plutarch and Cicero among others. Usage Tips This is a great way to level-up your Mac and Cheese game or dress up a Dover Sole.