La Buvette Terrine

It amuses me when people talk about snooty people sitting around, leisurely eating pâté, because pâté is rustic, country fare, not considered fancy in France. While pâté can have a pastry-type crust (pâté en croûte) and some are a little fancier than others, the cousins of pâté, terrines, are truly down-to-earth. They can be baked in a special mold (you can come across them at…

It amuses me when people talk about snooty people sitting around, leisurely eating pâté, because pâté is rustic, country fare, not considered fancy in France. While pâté can have a pastry-type crust (pâté en croûte) and some are a little fancier than others, the cousins of pâté, terrines, are truly down-to-earth. They can be baked in a special mold (you can come across them at French flea markets for around 5 bucks, like the one I used here), they can also be baked in any ovenproof bowl, which I did with this terrine. So there’s no excuse not to sit around and eat pâté, or terrine, all day. And not only is this one incredibly easy, it’s also one of the best terrines I’ve ever had.

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Vegetarian Apricot Crostini

Tired of sandwiches?  Try this Vegetarian Apricot Crostini recipe for a light, healthy snack that’s oh-so-satisfying! (And it makes a perfect appetizer for summer dinner parties.

Apricot crostinis on a white plate next to a basket of ripe peaches
Tired of sandwiches?  Try this Vegetarian Apricot Crostini recipe for a light, healthy snack that’s oh-so-satisfying! (And it makes a perfect appetizer for summer dinner parties.