Set in the Sibillini mountains, not far from Ascoli Piceno, there is a surface mine, where a wise patriarch of truffles works, Gillberto, his son Pierpaolo who learns art and exports it to the world, his wife Paola and daughter-in-law Daniela who develops their cooking secrets and helpers who look like ruddy goblins who irrigate, cut, prune peeking through the emerald woods. Everyone works with a perennial and jovial smile as if everyone were in their own element, where the "Tartufaia Bosco D’Oro" is the realm. And then there is Lara, the beloved dog who quickly and quickly searches for truffles at the foot of small oak trees irrigated by an ancient Roman canal that Gilberto's creative flair managed to recover and put back into action. Each work is dedicated to the care of this enchanted forest and the atmosphere that moves through it kidnaps you. Listen to Gilberto and walk among his plants and smell those black truffles found in the scent so intense and sharp that they perceive the slightest scent: I'm a joke and a delight for Pierpaolo's exquisite smell which smiles pleased. Because then they will become sauces, creams and condiments, reserving every aromatic note, even the most imperceptible. And finally that recipe, the perfect recipe to taste the best pasta dish with truffle, that the "mother Bosco D'Oro" teaches you and each of them heads and asks you why you can remember it well: it takes little, but every action must be exact. Then when you go out, you are out and you are walking alone, you discover that you forgot that recipe, it is gone. Like a spell, it remained there again, a privilege contained in the mine and you forgot it. "