“It’s like a pâté, only richer and smoother…”
Each Christmas, since I have been running Charcuterie Awards, I’ve bought British-made charcuterie as presents. Most people still can’t believe we are able to produce such exquisite flavours and textures – I love to prove them wrong!
For years though, I used to make my own, a Chicken Liver Parfait, in huge quantities to give to eager family and friends so my fridge ended up packed with jars and containers of varying sizes for giving away. It’s like a pâté, only richer and smoother, and this is a scaled-down version for just a couple of jars but, providing you seal the parfait with butter, it will last about a week and, it follows, the longer you leave it, the more mellow and richer the flavours become.
“London’s largest homelessness charity, The Passage, is commemorating World Homeless Day with the publication of A Taste of Home, a beautifully presented cookbook which highlights 40 years of the charity’s invaluable work, supporting those who are street homeless."
The cookbook which comprises of 40 first courses, 40 main courses and 40 desserts includes contributions from Henrietta Green*, Mary Berry, Gino D’Acampo, Stephen Fry, Nadiya Hussain, Sir Paul McCartney, Rick Stein, Yotam Ottolenghi, Vogue Williams & Spencer Matthews and many more.
“All proceeds from the book will be donated to The Passage to help London’s homeless.”
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