Late season T. oregonense. (Oregon winter white truffle)
We’re very pleased to read (and be mentioned in) this excellent Wall Street Journal article written by Andy Isaacson, getting the word out about Oregon’s wild truffles and the dogs who find them.
We agree with the late, great James Beard and think our truffles are every bit as good as their European cousins. After reading the article and learning a bit about wild Oregon truffles, take the time to check out the services we provide using the professional dog teams at Umami Truffle Dogs.
Our dogs are the most experienced canine truffle hunters in North America. As a result, we are relied upon to harvest the majority of the native Oregon Black truffles for the Oregon Truffle Festival. Our private foray clients go home with pounds of premium quality Oregon truffles. AND we have the only dogs that have found cultivated French Pèrigord truffles in four (yes, four!) different Oregon truffieres. We’ll be talking more about that soon!
All of these orchards were started with inoculated trees from Dr. Charles LeFevre’s New World Truffieres.
Please help us get the word out about the best American truffles — and the dogs used to find these fabulous culinary treasures — by sharing, won’t you?