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Layered Kale Terrine

I have always liked the word terrine. Definitively, it means cooked layers

whether it contains vegetables or meat. When you slice it, a pattern emerges… 270 more words


My Week In Food - France Edition.

I was barely in the UK for 4 days before I hopped on a plane with the gang from Singapore to fly down to Toulouse in the south of France. 684 more words



Serve with Puy lentils, candied sweet potatoes and tomato and basil terrine.

Serves 4

Brisket is an inexpensive cut of beef that requires long, slow cooking to break down the collagen in the connective muscle tissues which results in succulence and  tenderness.  

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A Quebecois Road Trip, Part 2: Quebec City

Quebec City reminds me a little bit of Disney Land. It’s a little more authentic, but just as touristy. 1,291 more words

Chocolate and lemon terrine

I so wish I had taken better pictures of this dessert before it was finished! I served it up to friends for Sunday lunch and it was a BIG success- so easy to prepare in advance, pop into freezer and sit back for compliments! 296 more words


Muse On Allen [Wellington]

‘Wellington on a Plate’ kicked off with the Producer Awards ceremony dinner held at Muse On Allen.  The head chef specially devised a menu for the evening consisting some ingredients of producers present at the dinner.   95 more words

The Writer

For The Charcuterie Plate. A Rustic Farmhouse Terrine.

This week I got a little ahead of myself. My husband likes nothing better than to sit down to a long leisurely lunch with a good bottle of wine and a beautifully presented charcuterie plate filled with an array of cured meats, and  a selection of interesting relishes and pickles. 1,184 more words

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