founder of Oregon White Truffle Oil,
is a noted wild mushroom cooking authority
and award-winning cookbook author.


Fresh Oregon white truffles are now available!

Jack’s links to other sites you might want to check out

How about dinner? www.joelpalmerhouse.com

Want to join the premier truffle hunting group in the US? Go to www.natruffling.org

Want info on joining a mushroom hunting club in your area? Try the North American Mycological Association site which lists all affiliated local clubs.www.namyco.org

How about going on a truffling trip (with mushrooms)? Check out www.mycoventures.com

Here’s a great, no awesome,  site about foraged foods – www.fat-of-the-land.blogspot.com

Want a cool place to stay when visiting Oregon wine country? Try www.VRBO.com/190929


Check out these other fungi related sites:

Fungi Perfecti is a company specializing in all things mushroomy www.fungi.com

To indulge in a weekend of all things truffly check out www.oregontrufflefestival.com

Fungi Magazine is an information-filled magazine for forager and scientists. Latest issue even has an article on the best whistle to use when in the forest! www.fungimag.com

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Salmon Cakes with Truffle Mayonnaise   ½ cup fresh bread crumbs ½ cup Portobello duxelles (see below) ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper ½ teaspoon dried dill 1 egg beaten ...


…though many producers augment their product (truffle oil) with a chemical compound that mimics the truffles’ taste and aroma, making for a more potent but less refined taste. WE PREFER THE PURER CHARACTER OF ALL-NATURAL OILS LIKE THE JOEL PALMER HOUSE OREGON WHITE TRUFFLE OIL, WHICH CONTAINS THE ESSENCE OF OREGON TRUFFLES (It’s the ONLY truffle oil currently sold in this country containing domestically grown truffles).

 Saveur Magazine April 2009

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