Our Truffles Served at BAFTA Dinner

The BAFTA menu included our Dorset truffles.

Sustainability was a key priority for the organisers of the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) this year. The menu produced by BAFTA’s head chef Anton Manganaro and Paul Bates, the executive head chef of Mayfair’s Grosvenor House Hotel, used seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, and included two vegan courses. Our truffles were part of the …

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Business Insider video – 5 million+ hits!

Business Insider Youtube Video

A video featuring The English Truffle Company has had over 5 million hits since it was launched around a month ago. Produced by Business Insider, an American financial and business news website, the video is the latest in their “So Expensive” series. The series has looked at a range of expensive commodities including gold, insulin, …

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Monster Truffle!

606g monster Black Autumn truffle

On one of our a “rent a truffle hound” jobs in a Surrey truffle orchard we found a 606g (1.34 lb) monster truffle (Autumn truffle – Tuber uncinatum) as well as a number of more normal sized ones. This beat our long-standing previous “personal best” of 413g (0.91l lb) that was found in a Dorset …

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Our Truffles in National Chef Finals (YNCOTY)

Our truffles in the Young National Chef of the Year (YNCOTY) competition.

We were delighted that our truffles recently appeared as part of a dish prepared in the final of the Young National Chef of the Year (YNCOTY) competition. Siôn Hughes of The Carden Park Hotel used them in his starter – mushroom arancini with a black truffle mayonnaise. Our English Black truffles are sold to the …

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We meet author Gareth Renowden

Gareth Renowden, author of The Truffle Book.

It was pleasure to recently meet Gareth Renowden, author of The Truffle Book. Gareth is an ex-pat, now living in Waipara, New Zealand, where he is a writer, photographer and truffle grower. His farm is the only one in New Zealand to produce four species of truffle: the Périgord black truffle, Tuber melanosporum, the bianchetto …

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