Bill Collins of Oakland, Calif., shows off his truffle hunting dog, Enrico Caruso, a Lagotto Romanglo, at the newly-planted Robert Sinskey truffle orchard during the inaugural Napa Truffle Festival in... more 
Bill Collins of Oakland, Calif., shows off his truffle hunting dog, Enrico Caruso, a Lagotto Romanglo, at the newly-planted Robert Sinskey truffle orchard during the inaugural Napa Truffle Festival in Napa, Calif., Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010. Second from left leading a tour is Robert Chang of the American Truffle Company. The three-day event combined some the best chefs and truffle scientists to showcase truffles which have been treasured for centuries. Soon, chefs in North America will be able to get black truffles farm-to-kitchen in a matter of hours, instead of days as is the case currently with imported European truffles. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Eric Risberg
Sat, Dec 11, 2010 11:06 PM EST