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Join Laurel Pine, Living Luxury tour for a unique fifteen-day culinary tour, and experience the passionate Spanish way of living and eating. The activities will include exclusive tours, tastings, and demonstrations, private guides, meals in Michelin-starred restaurants (including three of the top 20 restaurants in the world!) and accommodations in unique four and five star properties. The approach to food and life in Spain is unique! Expansive sustainable and biodynamic farms and vineyards produce signature (DOC) culinary products such as Jamon Iberico, sheep’s milk cheese, olive oil and wines such as Sherry, Alboriño, and Tempranillo. These products cannot be produced anywhere else in the world. The land, the climate, and the knowledge passed on through many generations provide the key factors that contribute to Spain’s emblematic culinary products. Experience World-Famous Cuisine This is your chance to meet and have experiences with some of Spain’s most influential and world-famous chefs and…

This foie gras ice cream, made with slow baked foie gras, Sauternes wine, sugar, egg yolks, butter and cream is extremely rich and satisfying. Serve this decadent foie-gras ice cream for dessert presented in a bowl with toasted macadamia nuts and bittersweet chocolate shavings, make a foie gras ice cream sandwich with two soft gingerbread cookies, or serve with crepes, caramel sauce and fleur de sel. Foie gras ice cream, like foie gas itself, can be successfully paired with a multitude of ingredients, particularly if the foie gras ice cream is prepared using savory ingredients such as veal or duck stock, herbs. and just a hint of sugar. Since this recipe is for a sweet foie gras ice cream, there may be less applications for pairing this with savory foods; however there are certainly options worth exploring. We served a small scoop of the foie gras ice cream on top…

I’ve been making stuffed mushrooms as a party appetizer for years. This recipe for Foie Gras Stuffed Mushrooms takes the old recipe to a new level. The frozen foie gras cubes have just enough time to cook in the oven. If black truffles were in season, I would have added an ounce of chopped black truffles for a real treat! The truffles could be added with the bread crumbs so that they would be partially cooked before the mushrooms are cooked in the oven. Foie Gras Stuffed Mushrooms Ingredients: 24 medium sized cremini brown mushrooms 3 tablespoons foie gras fat (duck fat or olive oil can be used) 1 large onion, chopped 1 teaspoon sea salt 1/2 teaspoon cumin 1/2 teaspoon paprika 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground pepper 1 teaspoon marash chili pepper 1/4 cup pine nuts 2/3 cup bread crumbs 12 ounces flash frozen foie gras, cut into 3/4 inch…

Do you want to know how to use truffle oil? There are so many uses for truffle oil, it’s hard to know where to start and where to stop. We’ve narrowed the list down to our top 10 uses for truffle oil. In most cases, either black truffle oil or white truffle oil can be used interchangeably, based on one’s personal taste preference. Facts About Truffle Oil Before we get into the list, there are a few facts about truffle oil that are important to know. There are different types of truffle oil on the market, most ranging in price from $2 – $8 per ounce. It is becoming increasingly known that most truffle oil is made with chemical or natural flavor or aroma, usually not extracted from actual black truffles or white truffles. However, having said that, there are some quality “truffle oils” which have an excellent truffle flavor…