Remove the breasts from a nice, cold roast woodcock and cut them into slices.
Cut off the breast bones and fill the carcase with a Mousse of woodcock and foie gras; smooth carefully to give it the original shape of the bird. Coat the legs and the end of the bird with brown Sauce Chaud-froid.
Set a layer of jelly on a dish and place the prepared woodcock on top. Arrange the slices of breast across the Mousse alternating each with a smaller slice of foie gras. Place an overlapping layer of truffle slices along the centre and fill any spaces by piping in some chopped jelly using a cornet.
Surround the woodcock with a layer of near-setting jelly and allow to set in the refrigerator before serving.
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