Farmhouse Terrine with Damson Cheese

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Today's special: A new take on bistro food

By Anthony Demetre

Published 2008

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Fruit cheeses, like this damson cheese, are nothing to do with dairy products, but are a rich reduction of the fruit so solid it can be sliced like a cheese. The damson is a small oval type of plum with a very high acid content that makes their flavour just a little too tart, but they do lend themselves to this sort of treatment. You’ll need a large terrine dish about 1.5 litres in capacity.