On Wednesday, February 17th at 2:00 PM PST join the Truffle Shuffle Chefs live to make Black Truffle Risotto & Seasonal Craft Cocktails!

French-Laundry alumni Chefs Jason & Tyler will join virtually in the comfort of your own home! Our team will show on screen the technique for making the perfect truffle risotto and cover it with Burgundy truffles and seasonal cocktail concoction made just for your this evening.

Kit includes everything you need for 2 servings, shipped right to your home:

Canaroli Rice

Chicken Stock

White Wine



Parmesan Cheese

Olive Oil


Balinese truffle salt

Burgundy truffles

How it works

Step 1: Please RVSP Below

Please provide your mailing address below for your ingredient kit. Kits are shipped the week of the event. Please provide your information by February 10th by the end of the day.

Step 2: Relax.

Truffle Shuffle will send tracking info to your email the week of the class

Step 3: Have Fun!

Get ready to cook with the chefs, log in 5 minutes before class time



Cutting Board

2 oz. Ladle

11” Straight Side Pan


Wooden Spoon

2 qt. Sauce Pot


Cheese Grater

1 c Measuring Cup

Medium Mixing Bowl

What if I have a food allergy?

Vegetarian Vegan Gluten Free Dairy Free
Replace with
vegetable or mushroom stock
Replace with
vegetable or mushroom stock
Omit cheese
Omit cheese
Replace with
Replace with
Omit butter, replace with Olive Oil
Truffles, onion,
wine, vinegar, salt

Can you suggest a wine pairing?

You’ve chosen your dish, now what? What wine or beverage are we looking for, and how did we get to that choice? With any dish, it’s all about “what grows together, goes together”. While keeping that in mind, if you are a Chardonnay ONLY, wine really isn’t your thing, no problem. If you are feeling adventurous, follow my lead, if not, drink what you know you like and that will produce the best experience for you.

The risotto is rich, creamy, buttery, the ideal showcase for beautiful, aromatic truffles. We add a bit of champagne vinegar at the end to add a bit of acid to balance this dish. For anything involving truffles I like to look to where
they are hunted: France, Spain, Italy, Australia.

Barolo (Nebbiolo grape), produces a big wine with high acid and full-bodied tannins

Rioja (Tempranillo grape), fruit forward when young with red fruit dominating, high acid, medium tannins

Aglianico, the flavor combination of Pinot Noir and Barolo, high acid, smooth light/medium body, flexible

If you are a white wine drinker, try Terbbiano or Vermentino from Italy, herbal, fresh, cleansing and wipes your palate clean of the rich dairy from the risotto, wiping the slate clean and preparing you for another delicious bite. You will find similar characteristics in Albarino from Spain, all that and fresh meyer lemon zest.