Paté is one of those dishes that people assume is difficult to make, exotic to taste, expensive to buy and luxurious to afford. But it doesn’t have to be! With a little work and the right tools, you can make a great paté right at home!
This recipe is a fantastic meld of flavors, perfect for a fall appetizer. The delicate flavor of the goose liver is complemented by hints of cherry and the coarsely chopped goose meat, which is a very rich poultry.
Excited about a new Charcutepalooza challenge, I made a Pâté en Croute: pork pâté surrounding a lightly seared wild boar loin, wrapped in pastry, and baked. It became my failure. Wanting success, I turned to an English Pork Pie, and it worked.