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Started by scarface, October 11, 2015, 07:02 PM
Quote from: Shadow.97 on June 04, 2022, 03:00 AMSpinach is one of my favorite foods, especially stewed.I found yours to be quite dark colored. Paté is something I would put on bread, but not eat separately.If I have spinach I usually eat it in a bowl by itself as a snack.If I have it with something else it is usually fish and potato.
Quote from: scarface on May 16, 2022, 11:02 PMTonight, I'm going to present another recipe on the forum.Look carefully at the photo below.What you see is certainly a healthy meal made of chopped spinach and pâté. If you are looking at the glass, you must think that the color of the wine is somewhat unusual. Were it a claret, I wouldn't drink it. Actually, this is a glass of orange juice. On the left of the picture, you can see the Pâté: this is a French term used to describe a dish made from a mixture of ground meat and fat. Traditionally, pâtés include organ meat; liver is the most commonly used, as it contributes positively to both the earthy flavor and the spreadable texture of the pâté. If you are vegan you must be think this pâté is just fuming and slaughtered animal meat. Hopefully, this is not the case: It's an excellent pâté de campagne. You should care about the sourcing of your meat. Purchase from a trusted butcher to make sure it's high-quality and fresh.Vasudev and humbert may find the green stuff disgusting. But this leafy vegetable, known as spinach, is considered a superfood because of the loads of nutrients and low-calorie that it possesses. Some of the powerful health benefits of spinach are that this vegetable helps stabilise your blood glucose levels, helps in reducing your risk of developing cancer and is good for bone health.If you want to be as strong as Popeye, you should probably add spinach to your diet.
Quote from: Daniil on June 06, 2022, 12:19 AMSpinach is very rare food here, for us in Russia it's something very exotic.Pâté is spreaded here a bit more, and we call it "zalivnOye", literally "meat covered with fat". It's difficult to make, but very tasty - at tsar's time it was a food of aristocrats.Russian pâté, or, as we call it "pashtEt", is cooking a bit different way (it's simplified version of pâté).
Quote from: scarface on June 06, 2022, 01:50 AMAs for the Zalivnoye, after seeking out information about it, it turns out it's made with fish, joints of meat, or game birds coated in flavored gelatin and elaborately decorated.
Quote from: scarface on June 06, 2022, 01:50 AMIt's always difficult to find information about Russian products since the word Zalinvoye is probably a phonetic transcription of a Russian word. You can hardly link this word to a pâté with the results on internet and most refer to a town with a similar name near Kaliningrad. Apparently the Zalinvoye was created by...French chefs who toiled in the aristocratic kitchens of 19th century Russia. Actually this pâté is reminiscent of the pâté en croute, a kind of terrine wrapped in a pastry crust. It is often eaten in France as an appetizer or starter.
Quote from: scarface on June 22, 2022, 09:20 PMSome users of the forum like Humbert or Vasudev have certainly identified the ingredients in the photo:A ratatouille and some sausages.