Lisa tells E! News that the most spectacular meal of her life took place at a special restaurant in Europe.
"It would be difficult to narrow it down because I'm a really foodie, but I would say a truffle pasta at La Colombe d'Or in the south of France," Lisa says about her most cherished meal.
La Colombe d'Or is a hotel and restaurant near Cannes and contains a noted art collection including pieces by Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso, who once paid for their rooms by gifting artwork.
Lisa explains that she's hooked on the restaurant's indulgent dish.
"I love truffles," she says. "I'm a big truffle fanatic. With my husband, I would go every week."
"The restaurant prides itself on pretty much having the same menu for years," Lisa adds. "It's just a gorgeous experience. They have a beautiful, romantic garden. You have to check it out!"
And if you're feeling like channeling France in your own kitchen, Lisa says that recreating the dish isn't too difficult — although that's easy for her to say.
"It's really so easy to make," Lisa explains. "It's expensive, it's decadent. Tagliolini pasta, some fresh truffles, a little bit of salt, a little Parmesan — and bingo. It's really exotic." Well, it sounds difficult to us, but the most complicated recipe we know how to make is toast.
So the next time you've got a hankering for pasta, why don't you just book a flight and head to the south of France for some truffle pasta? We'll meet you there.