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Rabbit Terrine with Prosciutto, Orange, and Fennel

Summer’s heat is a distant memory, the sun takes longer to rise above the hills of Meadowbrook, and winter is closing in. Some of the trees still have a few leaves clinging to them. 901 more words

Delicious

Chicken Terrine with Sweet Pickle.

A moist Chicken Terrine, that is so easy to make, you won’t buy from the Deli’ ever again. For those that don’t like liver this Terrine is worth a try – as it doesn’t contain any. 859 more words

Food Blogging

Almost civilised-Pate Pâtes

Been an odd day today. Some achievements, some  less successful stuff. In between all this I am trying to work for a living.

At least we were properly fuelled last night. 204 more words

Renovation And Restoration Diary- France

Café Rouge’s Spring Menu – Cambridge (UK)

Spring is in the air and with that comes an appetite for seasonal flavours. Café Rouge’s Executive Chef Bruno Balle, inspired by his recent travels across France, created a new Spring Menu featuring à la carte dishes and a set menu sourced from the best ingredients and suppliers. 710 more words

Restaurants

Salmon and sea bass terrine with spinach, basil and beurre blanc sauce

This dish is yet another terrine. It was cooked in a loaf pan but sliced and plated for the photograph.

Beurre blanc sauce is just so lovely and glossy when it’s done right. 41 more words

Food

Peanut Butter Terrine

In this photo shot at the Inlander office for Inlander Restaurant Week is a Peanut Butter Terrine from Cork House. 24 more words

Photography

Pâté

Pâté is one of my favorite delicacies. Of course, it helps that I like liver – a lot. This pâté has a subtle liver flavor because it’s made with mild chicken livers. 634 more words