|Pates & Terrines|
|by Fiona Smith|
From stylish appetizers and entrees to simple snacks for parties or picnics, there is a pate or terrine to suit every taste and every occasion.
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Mold all ingredients into shape. Can be "iced" with cream cheese and garnished. Serve with crackers.
In mixer bowl combine braunschweiger, half of ... until smooth. Spread evenly over igloo shape. Chill. Garish with snipped parsley. Serve with crackers.
Dissolve gelatin in boiling water. Combine the braunschweiger, cream cheese, ... cherry tomatoes in center of mold, or use the olives. Yield: about 6 cups.
Mix all the ingredients together. Should be pudding consistency. If too dry, add more Miracle Whip. Spread on cracker or cocktail rye bread.
Remove the skin ... cream. Pack the pate into small dishes and mash the surface of each with the blade end of the knife. Serve with thin toast and butter.
Trim and tie ... Remove string. For Pate: Lightly cook ... to boil and cook to reduce liquid by half. Add salt to taste, lemon juice and pinch of sugar.
Combine croutons and ... cream cheese and braunschweiger, mixing at ... until blended; pour over crust. Chill until firm. Remove rim of pan. 16 servings.
Slice off both ends of the French bread loaf. Cut bread into four equal pieces. Remove bread from inside loaf, leaving a 1/2 inch shell. Tear removed ...
Mix with electric mixer all ingredients except parsley or nuts. Shape into ball and chill. Roll in parsley or nuts before serving. Serve with rye ...
Have cream cheese and liver sausage at room temperature and mix well. Then add other ingredients; form into "log" or "ball" and chill. Can put ...
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