Definition of Truffes

1. truffe [n] - See also: truffe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Truffes

truel
truelove
truelove knot
trueloves
truely
trueman
truemen
trueness
truenesses
truepennies
truepenny
truer
trues
truest
truffe
truffes (current term)
trufficulture
truffle
truffle hog
truffle hogs
truffle oil
truffle oils
truffled
trufflelike
truffles
truffley
truffling
truffly
trug
trugg

Literary usage of Truffes

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1. A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and by Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell (1824)
"Poulet aux truffes—Fowl with Truffles. Bone and skin a fine young fowl; take the odd bits of it, four ounces of green truffles, a small carrot (both in thin ..."

2. The Gastronomic Regenerator: A Simplified and Entirely New System of Cookery by Alexis Soyer (1847)
"Salmi de Grouse aujs truffes. Plain roast two grouse and cut each one up into eight neat pieces (whilst hot, as for a la commodore), place them in a stewpan ..."

3. Mémoires Anecdotiques Sur L'interieur de Palais de Napoléon: Sur Celui de by Louis François Joseph Bausset-Roquefort (1829)
"Ses employés demandent du vin de Cham- • bertin pour sa table. —M. de B*** surprend un officier du pape dévorant les débris d'une poularde aux truffes qu'il ..."

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