Castel di Luco
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... and even thousands of dollars per kilo in the restaurant market. The cold wind put a damper on our morning a bit and we probably didn't stay out as long as we would have had the weather been nicer. After finding about 200 grams of truffles, Mac popped a bottle of Procceco, and Lucca cooked scrambled eggs with grated truffle on top over a fire, and we had a toast to the hunt and enjoyed a snack of eggs and pecorino from the farm.
We loaded up the trucks and ...
... mine is the "two glasses technique" ~ yes, I drink two glasses of wine while I stir & add stock. The finished product was very creamy and topped with fresh goat cheese ~ delicious and rich.
We all sat at the table & feasted on our delicious efforts of cooking for one last time. The couple who had been with us all week, Francesca and Mai, brought a couple bottles of Prosecco for everyone to enjoy. They were leaving ...
... the outside & juicy on the inside, I would definately be adding bacon to pork in the future. And now for the cookie, this was no ordinary cookie, it was baked like a brown & just coming out of the oven. A scoop of vanilla ice cream was added, it just didn't get much better than this!
After lunch "the clean up committee" decided to stay & enjoy the outside terrace, it was such a beautiful day. Ronnie was kind enough to open us ...
... Felt bad, since we couldn't bring his products back to the states, he didn't get a lot of sales from us. Did buy more lentils!
Now on to the chocolate factory. It was disappointing because the factory was not in operation & the happy looking candy man didn't speak English. He had us try truffle chocolate & it didn't go over so well with any of us. Jeff bought a few chocolate bars before we left.
... bought a few bottles to enjoy with everyone. In fact, they were consumed in the black chimney room of our hotel that evening during our pajama party. It was already late afternoon & we still had one more stop, the olive oil mill. We boarded the bus & returned to the town of Montefalco, where we were greeted by two adorable older women who were smiling cheek to cheek.
They were retired school teachers & now worked at the family's olive oil mill ...