Adventures in Eating: Pâté Petite Princess

Why the versatile pâté has never really caught on in the U.S. is a bit of a mystery to me. It comes in so many variations, dif­fering from province to province, and even from village to village. Perhaps it is be­cause the recipes for these tasty concoctions were usually carried by the memory of vil­lage… read more »

Souls and Goose Livers

“Burgundy,” said Erasmus, “is the blessed province, and should be called the mother of men, since she nurses them on such wonderful milk.” He was speaking of her wines of course, which we found out were perfect with pâtés! We just returned from our Bordeaux and Burgundy wine evaluation trip. In addition to the wine, the… read more »