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Terrine Help Needed


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Terrine Help Needed

eLizard | Dec 17, 2007 12:38 PM

I don't know if this question belongs here or in cookware. It's sort of a hybrid.

I'd like to make a terrine from Martha's Hors d'Oeurves Handbook, but I can't seem to find a terrine mold. I've checked WS, PB, & C&B. Sur la Table has a le Creuset one for $120. Which is too rich for my blood.

Does anyone know of something that would work as a substitute? I bet a cocktail bread loaf pan would do the trick, but i can't seem to find one of those either.

In the alternative, does anyone have a recipe that would work in a standard or mini loaf pan keeping in mind that I'll have to cut each slice into quarters to get it hors d'oeurve sized?

Thanks all.

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