Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Recipe - Classic: Brussels Paté (Liver Paté)

by Simon Fernandez of ferdiesfoodlab

Over the years I've learnt a lot by simply watching others (chefs or not) experiment or create something they've done a million times! This one I picked up from my mum. I remember thinking, when I found out how this is made
, "Is that it? Wow how simple! Wow I didn't realise how much butter is in that!!" But it couldn't be simpler. 

Brussels paté is made from pork liver often with brandy, in this recipe I use chicken liver, some madeira and butter. Truly delicious!!

Rest of this easy peasy recipe here. . 

Feel like I've visited an episode of Floyd on France, delish:

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~~============ The food we've started the year with! ============~~
I've tried to keep courses on the the move especially for our returning guests - it's always nice to have something different to try. There are of course quite a few courses that folk love to see return to the menu!! The roast ribeye, the Cambodian salad the pork belly and wonton all being examples of this. We've started the year with new petit fours, a cracking dessert, a new terrine board, a new super fresh edamame, pea and egg combo with a croquette, a new duck dish and last weekend a rock and roll double full forerib of beef!
Here are a few pics to give you an idea!  : )  Happy days! . .  
Chorizo Salad
Duck L'Orange
Jasmine Rice
Country Terrine
w/ Thyme & Orange
Petit Fours Forerib of Beef Poached Egg
Morcilla My Sandwich Filler Infused Oils
Salted Caramel &
Orange Thyme Cake
Roasties Oil Cake & Pistachio Praline



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