Chowhound Gift Guide 2018: For the Meat-Obsessed

Technically, you can bake a terrine in just about anything, including a humble loaf pan or glass dish. But this is a gift guide, and I don’t know anyone who doesn’t lust after Le Creuset’s classic and indestructible enameled cast-iron kitchenware. Most recipes for pâtes and terrines will work in a mold this size, and it’s also pretty enough to keep on an open shelf or tabletop. And you don’t have to reserve it only for terrines since enameled cast-iron is super versatile: you can use this mold for meatloaf, pumpkin bread, or even a small lasagna.