Saturday, November 19, 2011
Truffles and Escargot...
Now I know that many of my friends and readers will have a hard time believing this - particularly given my breeding and sophistication - but I've never seen OR eaten a truffle. So I'm just "supposing" that's what these are. In reality, they're probably some saprophytic fungi, living off decaying tree roots. But hey - ain't that what a truffle is? Anyway - your thoughts here would be appreciated.
These discoveries take our garden to an entirely different culinary level. That only leaves one question - what goes best with "Galveston" truffles and escargot - Shiner or Miller Lite?