How to make perfect chicken liver pâté | Life and style Something's happened to pâté. It must have been declared naff while I was off making the melba toast, because it's dropped off restaurant menus in all but the most firmly traditional of French bistros. As someone brought up on squidgy, warm brussels pâté sandwiches (the potted meat of 1980s home counties life), I've still got a soft spot for the stuff, however — especially the really rich, velvety smooth sort served with an insufficiency of toast and a wispy little salad garnish. Foams and ballotines may impress MasterChef judges, but they'll never hit the spot like a buttery hunk of pâté. While there's room for a whole larder full of pâtés in my life: chewy rustic pâté de campagne, peppery smoked mackerel, even a nice spicy chickpea number, nothing can hold a candle to a rich poultry liver version for elegance.
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