Pâté de Campagne

Preparation info
  • Makes a

    2½ pound

    • Difficulty


Appears in

By Anthony Bourdain

Published 2004

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You’ve made meat loaf, right? You’ve eaten cold meat loaf, yes? Then you’re halfway to being an ass-kicking, name-taking charcutier. “Ooooh…pâté, I don’t know.” Please. Campagne means “country” in French—which means even your country-ass can make it.

Caul fat is the lacelike intestinal lining that you are going to use to line your terrine mold. It’s one of those things you want to have ordered from your butcher way in advance, so that it’s there, fresh and ready to go,