Description - Truffle excavation and truffle cuisine course a la Sauvageraie
A day dedicated to introducing you to truffles, both in the forest and the kitchen.
The day begins at 10 a.m. at the Cour de Bonvillars. Meet Frank Siffert and Annie Riter, accompanied by their truffle dogs. Forest walk (approx. 2 hours) to discover the different types of truffles in the region. Lulu will provide the cavage.
Back in the village of Bonvillars, prepare an aperitif and a meal with the day's harvest, which will be supplemented if necessary.
The group and instructors will cook together a meal consisting of 3 aperitifs, 5 main courses, 1 cheese and 1 dessert with several varieties of truffle.
Course ends around 5 p.m.
Truffle cavage and cooking days can be organized on request for groups of 5 or more by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting point: 10.00 am at the Cour de Bonvillars (free car park and bus stop at the Cour).
Equipment: Walking shoes/boots and clothing to suit the weather.
Price: CHF 200.00 per person including the meal with truffles and drinks (locally produced wine).
No dogs allowed, even on a leash.
Number of persons: 1 up to a maximum of 10.
Online registration required up to 72 hours before the start of the activity.