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Terrine au Foie de Canard •  Domaine de Limagne

Cette terrine est préparée avec des morceaux de canard sélectionnés. Le foie gras de canard donne à cette préparation un fondant agréable au palais.


Conseils de dégustation :

La terrine au foie de canard se déguste sur une belle tranche de pain de campagne en apéritif accompagné d'une coupe de champagne ou en entrée.

 


Ingrédients : viande de canard, foie de volaille, foie gras de canard 20%, maigre et gras de porc, oeufs entiers, sel, poivre, épices, ascorbate de sodium, liant, porto, gélatine.


Origine : Chappes (63), Auvergne.

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I'm grateful you made the post. It's cerlead the air for me., 2012-12-01

I'm grateful you made the post. It's cerlead the air for me.

There's a comment in the Chicago Tribune today that some might find ineettsring, it's on their website under Opinions .The reviewer likens the foie gras ban to censorship and points out that like any artistic community, the chefs of Chicago protested it on that basis. Many didn't serve fois gras at all, the limitation was the point. They saw it as a slippery slope to a nanny state that would govern everything they served, and I have to agree with that.The ban was an addition to an omnibus bill that many council members voted for without knowing that it had been added. The alderman that surreptitiously added the ban mere hours before that vote is being disingenous now by claiming that he was blindsided by the repeal of the ban. He should have expected this.For PETA and the alderman from Rogers Park, I have to say that at this point, your protests are mere foolishness. The ban was never a victory . It was the same kind of underhanded political deal that you are claiming is unfair now that the ban is repealed., 2012-12-03

There's a comment in the Chicago Tribune today that some might find ineettsring, it's on their website under Opinions .The reviewer likens the foie gras ban to censorship and points out that like any artistic community, the chefs of Chicago protested it on that basis. Many didn't serve fois gras at all, the limitation was the point. They saw it as a slippery slope to a nanny state that would govern everything they served, and I have to agree with that.The ban was an addition to an omnibus bill that many council members voted for without knowing that it had been added. The alderman that surreptitiously added the ban mere hours before that vote is being disingenous now by claiming that he was blindsided by the repeal of the ban. He should have expected this.For PETA and the alderman from Rogers Park, I have to say that at this point, your protests are mere foolishness. The ban was never a victory . It was the same kind of underhanded political deal that you are claiming is unfair now that the ban is repealed.

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