The Ultimate Guide to Charcuterie

From humble beginnings often come magnificent ends. Case in point: charcuterie. You might have a vague sense that charcuterie refers to “sausages and things;” you might even be aware of how to pronounce...

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by icookstuff 8 years ago

I like to make terrines and pates. I refer to the preparations cooked in enameled or ceramic mods as terrines and I refer to those cooked in pastry crusts as pates -- pate en croute to be more spe...

Need kosher binding ingredient for divine tomato terrine

by cappucino 8 years ago

Found a beautiful tri-color tomato terrine recipe in this month's "Bon Appetit," It calls for 1 1/2 tbsp gelatin to bind. I have kosher gelatin powder, but I have an easy feeling about using it. ...

Duck Confit Terrine + Duck Liver Mousse, or combo Duck LIver & Confit Terrine?

by SteveG 9 years ago

I have some nice duck confit (the picked necks and wings from several confit ducks), which I was planning to turn into a terrine. I had it in my head that I should use a liver with it too. Well...

Les Terrines de Gerard Vie and Blvd. Raspail Sunday Market

by Ingrid Ingrid 9 years ago

We arrive in Paris on a Sunday on a red eye flight from NYC. Will be in Paris at around noon. I was thinking of either getting lunch at the Raspail Market or trying Les Terrines de Gerard Vie. (...

La Bedaine Wild Boar Terrine Sandwich

by rccola 9 years ago

$6. With radish slices and other veggies and good mustard on an Acme baguette. What a bargain!. Why right up the street it's $5 for mystery meat at Subways! But heck, blow the budget with a sli...

Terrine forestière (with mushrooms) ?

by RandyB 9 years ago

One of my local butchers on the rue St. Antoine in the Marais has gone out of business. I used to buy from him a lovely terrine forestière. It was not fancy or expensive, but did have had a lot of ...

what can i do with leftover terrine of foie gras and how long will it stay good?

by tastycakes 10 years ago

i bought a 1# terrine of rougie terrine of foie gras to share with family for christmas and they didn't eat much of it. it looks like it is oxidizing. how long will it keep and is there anything ...

ISO: Terrine Mold

by brianl999 10 years ago

Anyone know where I can get a terrine mold? Golda's Kitchen used to carry them, but they don't seem to anymore. Preferably in the northern part of the city, but beggars can't be choosers. ...

Meat Loaf and Terrines- Milk Soaked Bread(or other) for Creaminess?

by opinionatedchef 10 years ago

I'm doing upsome impromptu pork patties with ground pork, ch and sauteed apples, onions and garlic, thyme, sage, bay leaf,allspice,s and p, brandy, some slivered lightly cooked bacon and bacon fat ...

desperately searching for recipe --sweet potato terrine with currants soaked in port

by sporadicgourmet 10 years ago

hi please bear with me, new at this.. i started trying to track down a thanksgiving recipe about three years ago and have had no luck whatsoever. Hoping SOMEONE somewhere out there has it! it w...

Plastic Wrap to Line a Terrine?!

by Sallie 10 years ago

I bought a beautiful book this weekend on making terrines of all types--veg., seafood, meat, cheese, dessert, traditional and unusual. (Terrine by Stephane Reynaud, Phaidon) It is full of things ...

terrine mold- necessary?

by chrisandbetsyc 11 years ago

I'm an accomplished cook who is interested in trying out pate/terrine making. I've read a great deal and have read conflicting opinions on whether or not an actual 'mold' is necessary or using a l...

Where to buy Pate? Terrine?

by lcgerke 11 years ago

Hey, I don't know much about pate and terrine. I was in france recently and found them in every epicerie, and they were delicious. I don't know (and am slightly afraid) to know what's in them... ...

Julia Child Crepe Lined Vegetable Terrine

by Bazel 12 years ago

Many moons ago I remember seeing Julia Child (on PBS) make a layered vegetable terrine. She used a pan/mold that was probably 6-8" around at the base and flared to about 10" at the top. The pan was...

Do I have to use a terrine mold?

by DC_Dining 11 years ago

I'm making a carrot cake recipe that says to use a metal triangle- or rectangle-shaped terrine mold, but I don't have one. Can I use a cake or loaf pan instead?

Terrine molds

by christy319 12 years ago

I'd like to make Deborah Madison's mushroom pate, and she calls for a 6-8 cup terrine or a 10x4 bread pan. The only terrine mold I saw at Sur la Table online was $119. Can I just use another type o...

Terrine Help Needed

by eLizard 12 years ago

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'v...

Terrine Help

by cajeska 12 years ago

I'm looking to try my hand at making a couple terrines -- both vegetable and country style (meat). There are lots of recipes on the Web. But knowing that this will be a time consuming (and possib...

Veal Terrine at Momofuku Ssam Bar

by kevin 13 years ago

has anyone tried this? and is it all veal or veal and pork? what other non-pork-y dishes are good here?

That Rabbit Terrine/Pate

by Candy 13 years ago

I wanted to post a picture of it but Photobucket has changed somehow and I cannot figureout how to upload a picture. If you want to see it e-mail me. cgrover@kiva.net It turned out very well and...