Appeal of truffles is in the sniffing

02/16/2010 | DavidLebovitz.com

The heady aroma of truffles, more than the taste, is what makes them so appealing. A meal at a restaurant called Henras, in the French town of Cahors in the height of truffle season, proves that truffles are best in moderation, perhaps with slices shaved over pasta or risotto.

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