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by damiano 1 year ago

I've long been an admirer of French porcelain, having some items in rotation for over 15 years now. I used to buy (Ge...


Nannybakes commented 11 months ago

Terrine starter but what for entree?

by akdad 12 months ago

Wishing to make this lamb terrine as a starter with (gin) martinis for a dinner party. What do I follow this act with...


letsindulge commented 11 months ago

What to do with my new cast iron terrine?

by damiano 3 years ago

So, a great deal came up on this Staub enameled cast iron black terrine. It was bought in Belgium but it is the same ...


medlar commented 3 years ago

ISO: pâté & terrine cookbook

by biggreenmatt 4 years ago

Hi, all! The title pretty much sums it up. I'm aware of the Reynaud books, but the reviews I've seen haven't been...


cayjohan commented 4 years ago

pate/terrine recipe needed

by eLizard 11 years ago

I just got my LC terrine, and I'm looking to make a forcemeat in it. Any tried and trues you'd be willing to share? ...


ciaotebaldi commented 4 years ago

Terrine Maison

by AubWah 4 years ago

Just returned from France and sampled many "terrine maison". Who is turning out the real deal in NYC?


thegforceny commented 4 years ago

cooked gefilte fish terrine can I freeze it? and how do I defrost it?

by shayla715 5 years ago

I cooked too much gefilte fish terrine, using pike and whitefish but I do not know if I can freeze it and if it will...


grieftrip commented 4 years ago

L'Ami jean pork terrine

by Heeney 5 years ago

Ate there last week and they left a terrine at the table to start. So incredible. Now we are a world away from Paris ...

John Talbott

John Talbott commented 5 years ago

Bring foie gras terrine back to CA?

by bobabear 5 years ago

Hi chowhounders - from previous threads, I was able to find that Eataly sells 1lb of Hudson Valley foie gras terrine!...

c oliver

c oliver commented 5 years ago

Le Cresuet Pate Terrine questions

by jljohn 6 years ago

Hi, I'm thinking of picking up an LC Terrine for multi-purpose use: pate, bread, meatloaf, roasting pears/apples, ...


kaleokahu commented 6 years ago

Le Creuset pate terrine

by ctl98 12 years ago

Aside from pate, what else do you use this for? I got one for Xmas and I need some ideas.


TraderJoe commented 6 years ago

November 2010 COTM: WOLFERT- Meats, plus Terrines and Cassoulet

by smtucker 8 years ago

Please use this thread to discuss WOLFERT: WOLFERT: Meats, plus Terrines and Cassoulet recipes. When posting your rev...


CarrieWas218 commented 6 years ago

Making a Grilled Vegetable Terrine using Agar..

by bmrodriguez10 6 years ago

Should I dissolve the Agar Agar in Tomato Juice, or separately in water first?


JungMann commented 6 years ago

Terrine / Pate - How long does it keep / is it worth the trouble?

by echoclerk 6 years ago

I've always wanted to try making Terrines at home but ... Is it worth the trouble? There are just the two of ...


thimes commented 6 years ago

Pork Terrine in KC

by wmkwhite 6 years ago

In KC (Westport/Plaza Area) and wondered if anyone was making a good terrine? Ate at The Boot last night and the bart...


SFLisa commented 6 years ago

Terrine mold for my birthday--send me your favorite recipes!

by nofunlatte 6 years ago

the birthday angel known as my sister gifted me with a Le Creuset terrine dish (0.8 l). So, if you have a favorite r...


Harters commented 6 years ago

Place with good charcuterie (bonus points for great terrine!)

by Rafie 6 years ago

Looking for a dinner joint tonight with good meat boards. Bonus points if said meat boards include great terrines...


Sneakeater commented 6 years ago

CHALLENGE - possible to make a terrine or pate with leftover cooked duck and ham, plus raw livers?

by lankyFool 7 years ago

I have the following left over from a Christmas feast and was wondering if I can put them together to form a terrine ...


GretchenS commented 7 years ago

Death of shared cheese at Sardi's in NY; why can't US serve shared terrine's, Amuse Buche items like the French?

by gingershelley 7 years ago

My last dinner at Le Regelade St. Honore branch, started as it always does, with the lovely house course terrine of P...


_jj_ commented 7 years ago