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On Wednesday, October 7th at 4pm PST, join the Truffle Shuffle Chefs live to make New York Strip, Truffle and Wild Foraged Mushrooms & Cocktails

French-Laundry alumni Chefs Jason & Tyler will join virtually in the comfort of your own home! Our team will show to cook some of the tastiest beef and select wild mushrooms in the comfort of your own kitchen.
Kit includes everything you need for 2 servings, shipped right to your home:
• 14 oz NY Strip Steak

• Selection of premium foraged wild mushrooms

• Shallot, Garlic and Thyme

• Madeira

• Cream

• Truffle Carpaccio

• Balinese Truffle Salt

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 details by Thursday, October 1st by end of day.

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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

FAQs

WHAT WILL I NEED?

Cutting board
10” saute pan
Knife

Tongs
2 mixing bowls
Large spoon

What if I have a food allergy?

Vegetarian Vegan Gluten Free Dairy FreeTruffle Shuffle
NY Strip
Truffle Shuffle
provides mushroom
'steak' in
place of beef
Truffle Shuffle
provides mushroom
'steak' in
place of beef
Mushrooms
Cream
Replace with
non-dairy
substitute
Omit or replace with
non-dairy
substitute
Butter
Omit butter,
replace with Olive Oil
Dietary
preference
Truffles, thyme, garlic, salt, oil

Can you suggest a wine pairing?

This dish is rich, creamy, and the mushrooms in madeira sauce is the ideal showcase for beautiful, aromatic truffles. For anything involving truffles I like to look at where they are hunted: France, Spain, Italy, Australia, and some
small quantities now in Napa Valley.

Let’s talk Cab! What a perfect pairing. Steak, mushrooms, truffles, Cabernet Sauvignon? Done. Cabernet Sauvignon that grows on the valley floor can sometimes be more fruit-forward, consider something coming from Mountain AVAs or blended with Cabernet Franc, something that will add depth and a secondary savory note.

Even consider Syrah from Napa, France, or Australia (where the varietal is referred to as Shiraz). The syrah grape has a great natural meatiness, and black pepper note that will add beautiful savory notes to every bite of this dish.

Cheers!