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truffle

any of various edible saprophytic ascomycete subterranean fungi of the order Tuberales. Truffles are an expensive table delicacy.
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Miserrimus Dexter lifted one of the truffles tenderly on his spike, and held it up to me in a favorable light.
I returned to my chair, and waited for the truffles.
Miserrimus Dexter lingered and languished over his truffles, and sipped his wonderful Burgundy, and sang his own praises as a cook until I was really almost mad with impatience to return to the real object of my visit.
Success of Desert Truffles Production in Muayala Natural Reserve at Arar city KSA.
Iain Burnett, Highland Chocolatier at Grandtully, Highland Perthshire introduce the Velvet Truffle range of pure naked truffles with no hard chocolate shell.
The taste and aroma of truffles has seduced since 20th century BC when Sumerian Kings first exhumed them from the Mesopotamian desert.
Sometimes, if we find undesirable truffles, the handlers give those to us; otherwise we just get a treat.
Black truffles are ugly and warty fungi that cling to the roots of trees.
Baking with Jacqui Wilson TRUFFLES THESE easy-to-make truffles make lovely Christmas gifts.
Missionary Chocolates truffles are available at their retail storefront in Portland at 2712 NE Glisan St, at select shops and farmers' markets in California, Oregon, and Washington, and online at missionarychocolates.
A Looks are definitely deceiving when it comes to truffles.