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Pork terrine

Pork terrine

This recipe is by Mark Bittman and takes 3 hours. Tell us what you think of it at The New York Times - Dining - Food.

This recipe is by Mark Bittman and takes 3 hours. Tell us what you think of it at The New York Times - Dining - Food.

I love Chocolate terrine!! It's like chocolate mousse only more dense and rich and wonderful!!

I love Chocolate terrine!! It's like chocolate mousse only more dense and rich and wonderful!!

Terrina Lengua recipe -  From Belly to Bacon ~ Curing Meats and Other DIY Food Projects

Terrina Lengua recipe - From Belly to Bacon ~ Curing Meats and Other DIY Food Projects

HEAD CHEESE -- Oddly enough, headcheese isn't cheese at all. But you're going to wish it were. The gelatinous meat is made from chopped-up bits of the head of a pig, calf or cow including the tongue and sometimes the feet and heart. The origins of its name are unclear, but it's been suggested the source of the name could be either because the recipe used to contain cheese or because of the connected etymology of the words cheese and molded (molds are used to make headcheese).

HEAD CHEESE -- Oddly enough, headcheese isn't cheese at all. But you're going to wish it were. The gelatinous meat is made from chopped-up bits of the head of a pig, calf or cow including the tongue and sometimes the feet and heart. The origins of its name are unclear, but it's been suggested the source of the name could be either because the recipe used to contain cheese or because of the connected etymology of the words cheese and molded (molds are used to make headcheese).

Country Terrine: pork, veal and liver

Country Terrine: pork, veal and liver

vegetables terrine

vegetables terrine

How to make the popular German Leberkaese? Here is the recipe: German Leberkaese Recipe or Fleischkaese is a Southern German Meat specialty that has become famous all over the world. Eat it warm or cold, it is great!

How to make the popular German Leberkaese? Here is the recipe: German Leberkaese Recipe or Fleischkaese is a Southern German Meat specialty that has become famous all over the world. Eat it warm or cold, it is great!

Teppan Sausage

Teppan Sausage

Easter Ham by The Pioneer Woman

Easter Ham by The Pioneer Woman