Rillettes du Périgord (Duck Rillettes) is a combination of shredded duck meat and duck fat seasoned and cooked confit- style. Serve this typical French hors d'oeuvre atop a Mini Toast or a slice of fresh, crusty bread. Enjoy it paired with a crisp, lemony Chardonnay.
A silky mousse of fresh duck livers marinated in Port wine. A silky mousse of fresh duck livers with port wine. Delicious on crusty French baguette. It can be served as an apetizer or a traditional French Paté sandwich with cornichons.
In French or Belgian cuisine, pâté may be baked in a crust as pie or loaf, in which case it is called pâté en croûte, or baked in a terrine (or other mold), in which case it is known as pâté en terrine. Traditionally, a forcemeat mixture cooked and served in a terrine is also called aterrine.
Rillettes are coarse, pâté-like French spreads typically made from duck, pork, or rabbit. Our salmon version is a lighter take on the traditional dish. It's good with toasted baguette slices or sturdy crackers, and a nice cold flute of dry sparkling rosé wouldn't be a bad idea either.
Creamy chicken livers, Truffles and Cèpes (Porcini) marinated in Sherry wine BEST WITH Traditional French Baguette. Made with turkey and chicken liver, sherry, truffles, wild mushrooms and spices, our truffle mouse pâté is a delightful mixture of rich, sensuous flavors and creamy, delicate textures.
This is a chunky, rustic pate that's perfect as an appetizer or an easy dinner with cheese and salad. It's best prepared in advance and refrigerated 1 to 2 days before serving to let the flavors develop. Serve with cornichons, Dijon-style mustard and fresh French baguette or peasant bread.
A galantine is a classic French forcemeat preparation traditionally served sliced at fine banquets as an hors d' oeuvre. Deboned duck meat & pork are blended with truffles and pistachios, then wrapped in duck skin before being cooked. These duck galantines are decorated on top with aspic, orange slices, and carrots.