What is pâté and what’s the difference between Pâtés, Mousses and Terrines?
Pâté (pronounced Pa-TAY): French food made from meats, vegetables or seafood combined with spices, wines or liquor and other ingredients such as truffles, pistachios or wild mushrooms.
- Pâté: Coarse texture, Sliceable
- Mousse: Smooth, Creamy, Spreadable
- Terrine: Light, Spreadable, Non-meat
How long can I keep the pâté in my fridge once open?
7 to 10 days. Wrap it tight with plastic wrap and keep refrigerated.
How do you unmold the pâté?
- Loosen pâté from mold by firmly pulling the lengthwise sides of the container away from the pâté.
- Invert mold. Firmly tap one end of the mold against a table top. Repeat until pâté slides out of mold.
Where can I buy your products?
Les Trois Petits Cochons’ products are available nationwide.
You can call us at 1-800 LES PATES or email us at email@example.com for more details. Our products are also available through mail order and many websites.
How do you prepare a charcuterie board?
Select your favorite Les Trois Petits Cochons pâtés and charcuterie. Slice desired amount and place on a wooden cutting board or a serving plate. Spoon rillettes and mousse in a small bowl and place on board. Serve with cornichons and moutarde de dijon (dijon mustard).
- Rillettes de Canard
- Saucisson a l'Ail
- Smoked Duck Breast
- Mousse Truffee
- Moutarde de Dijon
- Pâté de Campagne
- Jambon de Paris
- Saucusson Sec
- Duck Leg Confit