• Oprah's Truffle Addiction

    On Nov. 5, uber-celebrity Oprah released her annual "Oprah's Favorite Things 2013" list and this year's collection of grand gifts reveals a clear preference for truffle-infused treats. Five out of 60 items featured the funky foraged food, including <a href="">Sabatino Store Truffle Popcorn</a> Kit ($94).
  • Oprah's Truffle Addiction

    "Truffles + cheese? Be still my heart," wrote Oprah of this <a href="" target="external">Pastoral Truffle Cheese Trio</a> ($70). "This truffle-tastic trio---a chevre, a pecorino, and a robiola---is the ultimate treat. I'm going to slip some into the next Love Sandwich I make for Stedman." Lucky guy.
    Gregor Halenda
  • Oprah's Truffle Addiction

    It was "love at first whiff!" when it came to the <a href="" target="external">Truffle Grill Set from Urbani</a>, Oprah said. "This set includes ketchup, mustard, and BBQ, chili, and curry sauces, all kissed with truffles," she wrote of the $55 five-piece gift set.
  • Oprah's Truffle Addiction

    Not even salami is safe from Oprah's truffle love. This <a href="" target="external">Olli Salumeria Organic and Tartufo Salame Set</a> ($60) includes four organic variations of salami, including chorizo and, naturally, truffle. "Even Gayle--who claims not to like sausage--approves," wrote Oprah.
  • Oprah's Truffle Addiction

    Don't tell actress Rita Wilson, but Oprah is getting her the <a href="" target="external">Thomas Keller Black Truffle Risotto Gift Set</a> ($500). Here's hoping she gets invited over to dinner.
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