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Black truffle-smothered roast chicken at the 2017 Oregon Truffle Festival Mattie John Bamman/EPDX

20 Dec5 Things to Know About the Oregon Truffle Festival Before You Go

Tickets are going fast, but there are still ways to taste Oregon’s native white and black truffles by Mattie John [email protected]  Dec 19,…

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16 NovThe Hunt for Oregon Truffles

Though most famous in Europe, Oregon is making a name for itself with this culinary delicacy. Learn the crucial role dogs…

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10 NovTruffle Dogs Sniff Out Culinary Gold In Oregon Forests

by Ian McCluskey OPB Nov. 9, 2017 8:30 p.m. | Updated: Nov. 9, 2017 4:39 p.m. | Eugene, Oregon It begins with a…

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North America’s premier truffle celebration welcomes chefs, speakers and foragers from near and far for two truffle-filled weekends: January 25 –…

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07 NovOregon Is the New Truffle King of the World

By Matthew Korfhage | Willamette Week “There effectively isn’t a truffle-harvesting industry anywhere else in the United States. Oregon owns the brand.”…

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31 OctHead to Oregon This Winter for America’s Premier Truffle Festival – Robb Report

This celebration of the coveted fungus includes dinners, cooking classes, and truffle dog training. BY JEREMY REPANICH ON OCTOBER 23, 2017 For two…

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22 SepOregon Truffles

Written by Sophia McDonald | Photos by Kjersten Hellis Mist was still rising from the ground when John Getz and his…

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23 AugFollow That Fungi

Tracking Truffles in Washington State Words by Carly DeFilippo Photography by Antonio Diaz Geoducks. Startups. Grunge bands. Coffee. These are the attractions—and exports—for…

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01 AprGround-breaking truffle harvest portends something big in California

By Tara Duggan March 31, 2017 The first harvest of black truffles from Jackson Family Wines produced 17 of the valuable…

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20 MarA Treasure Trove of Truffles

Sniffing out the diamonds of the kitchen STORY BY PAOLA THOMAS It’s a chilly February morning, and we are out walking…

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29 JanOregon truffle industry goes global: Boosters hope locally grown French black truffles take off

By Molly Harbarger | The Oregonian/OregonLive Nose to the ground, Dante races through the hazelnut orchard. The fluffy Lagotta Romagnolo is…

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06 JanDining Agenda: New Restaurants and Food News This January

By Krista Simmons on January 03, 2017 A global list of new and notable places to eat and drink Eugene, Oregon:…

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