A wonderful combination of salmon flavours and textures, from the softness of gently poached fish, to the smoky flavours of the hot smoked salmon and the silky texture of the traditional smoked variety.
A country style pâté flavored with black pepper.Traditional French Baguette, Tuscan Bread, Rustic Bread and wine of choice. pâté de campagne, or country terrine, is a rustic preparation, slightly more refined than a pâté grandmère mainly in that it uses only a small amount of liver—liver is a seasoning device here rather than the dominant flavor.
Fabrique Delices oven-baked Pates and Mousses are made the artisanal way according to authentic French recipes. They do not contain any artificial flavorings, coloring agents or MSG. This silky mousse is made of fresh duck livers marinated in Port wine.
Both rustic and refined, Pâté de Campagne, orcountry pâté, could be called the cornerstone of charcuterie.A highly seasoned mixture containing chopped meat. Farce first meant forcemeat stuffing and came to be used metaphorically when a humorous play was “stuffed” in between two more serious acts of the main theatrical presentation.
Truffle Mousse (Pork free) is a creamy chicken livers, porcini and heady truffles marinated in sherry. Such decadence, from the meat masters in Hayward, California. Serve with a tawny port and mushroomy brie.
The authentic Le Mans Rillettes have become a classic of friendly parties in the Pays de la Loire region. With a smooth texture similar to pâté or terrine, theRillette is widely eaten as a appetizer - spread on a crisp slice of French bread - or in sandwiches for snacking. The original recette de Rillette from Le Mans, based on pork meat, is one of the...
A traditional French dish, these French-style (made in the US) Rillettes du Perigord are made of the finest duck meat and seasoned duck fat. The meat is simmered in spices, juices, and fat, and left to soak up as much flavor as possible.
Pâté Forestier is a mélange of chicken liver, pork, white wine and cépes. A pâté created to celebrate cépes, the wonderful wild mushrooms are hand-picked in the oak forest of France. Their chefs marinate the cépes in Madeira with wine and Cognac.
This is from a French recipe called "Rillettes de porc" - rillettes make the perfect picnic dish or for an "aperitif" with some crusty bread, cornichons (little gherkins) and a glass of red/white wine. Rillette Du Mans (Pork wonderfully and deeply savory, with a creaminess that quite literally melts in your mouth with a few pieces of toasted bread slathered.