The divine truffle
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The divine truffle

Our beloved truffle has always been able to give pleasure to our senses … even tempting the ones who must resist temptations!In the nineteenth century, even nuns lost their heads for truffles. The writer Giovanna Casagrande found a recipe in the archives of a convent, then recounted in the book “Gorge and prayer in the cloister of the last 500“, in which nuns recommend serving the aphrodisiacal food along with melangole, bitter oranges which were collected in January. “Clean and fry in the oil: do thin slices and when the oil bubbles put in and add salt. Do not hold them too much to avoid harden. Serve by sprinkling them with pepper and orange juice.”

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