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The creamy ivory dressing is dotted with bits of the truffles and nicely delivers their haunting aroma and flavor.
— Florence Fabricant, New York Times
 
 
 
 
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Let’s just say that this ranch dressing forced Taylor and me to burst into Usher’s “Oh My God.” It is, perhaps, one of the best things we’ve sampled on the show.
— JOEY SKLADANY, CHOWHOUND
 
 
 
 
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Few things say luxury better than the exclusive French black truffle, affectionately known as the “Black Diamond.” Start the New Year off in style with a truffle-centric feast at the Beard House, prepared by chefs from some of New York City’s most in-demand restaurants.
— JAMES BEARD FOUNDATION
 
 
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The same company that provides truffles to Eleven Madison Park and Le Bernardin has taken ranch dressing to the next, next level. Its ultra-creamy, umami-packed condiment works well with fries, on a burger, or drizzled over a decadent wedge salad.
— Michelin Guide