- Joined Aug 13, 2006
Yes! radish and butter sandwiches - i never had had anything like that and seeing the picture made it look SOO good, i've eaten them ever since.
Are you referring to "Terrine Maison" (Home-style Pãté)?Oh Man! Chef PeteMcCracken if you have that book I would love that recipe as well as the, um, oh the pâté of some sort, I can’t remember but it was something like a rustic or country pâté. I use to make the soup and the pâté along with some fresh bread and my Dad and I would tuck in!! No one else in family liked it, so more for us!!
Oh My Gravy!! That's it!! [doing happy dance]
Thank you so much chefPeteMcCracken!! I just did a copy and paste to my flash drive. I had been thinking of this for sometime recently. So funny that I was reading this thread ...
My Dad has pasted,so I'll have to eat this by myself, but I'm pretty sure that I can freeze the Terrine Mason as well as the soup!!
Indeed a nice summer snack! In my country it's even a local speciality from a region near Brussels. They serve radish on a local fresh cheese with a beertype from that region known as "lambiek" or "geuze". I make mine with "fromage blanc" mixed with p&s, chopped parcely and a few lemon verbena leaves, very finely chopped raw shallot and slices of radish on top. A little fleur de sel on top and that's it. Easy and delicious summerlunch!.... The thing I remember from the French book are the radish, butter and good crursty bread sandwiches Those were common summer snacks in our family,