Cooking with Truffles at Urbani Truffle Lab, UWS, NYC

Cooking with Truffles at Urbani Truffle Lab, UWS, NYC

Truffle lovers – did you know that you could do so much more than just buy truffles based products at Urbani?

One of the most fun things I’ve done this past month was a Chef’s Table style cooking demonstration at the Truffle Lab at Urbani. My blogger friend Jean Philippe from I Just Want to Eat was with me and we had ourselves the time of our lives.

Chef Kenneth Connors of City Cooking West End led a sit down, 4-course meal that paired truffles in different dishes. The entire meal was paired with a selection of wonderful wines that worked beautifully with each delectable creation.

We started with some truffle chips and these gorgeous “Truffle Asparagus Pizzettes” as a foretaste to the delicious meal that was to follow.

I really loved the “Truffle Pasta alla Spoletina”. This was a simple pasta with minimal ingredients that allowed the quality of the truffles to shine.

We then sampled a “Seared Sea Bass with Truffles” which was served over a bed of asparagus. The sea bass was perfectly crisped and topped with delicious black truffles.

We ended the meal with a “Plum Tart with Ice Cream and Truffle Honey” which proved that truffles can be used in a meal from start to finish.

The cooking class at the Truffle Lab at Urbani was a great experience and I can’t wait to go back for more.

Disclaimer: I was invited as a guest to this establishment for a complimentary meal. All opinions expressed in this post are my own

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  • Down under

    Ohhh looks delicious, I wish I was in NYC to try some of that Truffle tastiness. Its truffle season down here in Australia (which is probably where your truffles came from according to https://www.thetrufflequeen.com ) and I recently enjopyed a lovely truffle degustation at https://www.philipperestaurant.com.au/ . Philippe is an incredible truffle chef, with over 40 years of being a hatted chef. If you are ever down in Australia I can definitely recommend it. THanks again for all the photos of your lovely meal.

  • Malini Sood Horiuchi

    Sounds wonderful – thank you for sharing!