You were horrified the first time you tried it: “Paté? What’s in pâté? Oh, wow, really?” But ever since your first tentative bite, you’ve been hooked. Admit it, what would go perfectly with some nice , a glass of red, and a baguette? Paté.
Hénaff’s pâté de foie confit au poivre noir should be consumed at room temperature with some wine, some fresh fruit, a well-laid cheese platter, and a soft baguette. (Though even just a piece of bread will do in a pinch!)
Your pâté de foie confit will arrive resting on a thin layer of fat, but don’t panic, that’s normal. It’s that little bed of lipids that makes the pâté so rich and delicious.
Ingredients: pork, pig’s liver, Cognac, salt, black pepper (0.7%), spices
Product of France
Net weight: 3.2oz (90g) – comes in a glass jar