A few months ago I met Jack Czarnecki after his captivating presentation at the International Food Blogger Conference in Seattle.
It was there that I discovered Jack’s lovely Oregon White Truffle Oil.
He poured a generous drizzle over an empinada I was snacking on while talking with him, and the heavenly flavor left me begging for more.
Jack Czarnecki is a noted wild mushroom cooking authority and the 1996 James Beard award winning author of A Cook’s Book of Mushrooms : With 100 Recipes for Common and Uncommon Varieties.
He also owns, with his wife Heidi, the The Joel Palmer House Restaurant where the cooking revolves around wild mushrooms & truffles which they gather themselves and with friends.
Check out this video about Hunting Oregon Truffles with Jack Czarnecki on “Will Work for Food” from Food Network..
Jack believes that the true flavor of a truffle is enjoyed during the burp which occurs after eating truffles.
His truffle oil is a much better way to get the truffle taste experience because fats have an affinity for those aromatic gases, so while you are eating something enhanced by the truffle oil you get a much stronger taste of the truffles
Oregon White truffle Oil is the only guaranteed genuine truffle oil and it is also the only domestic truffle oil on the market, made exclusively from Oregon white truffles which Jack harvests himself.
Jack has offered to share his truffle oil with three lucky Eatnlisten.com readers who will each win a $30 bottle of Oregon White Truffle Oil!
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