French Pâté de Campagne Recipe – How to Make a Country-Style Pâté by admin June 4, 2018, 10:23 am 36 Comments CampagnecharcuteriechefcookingcountryculinarycuredfoodFoodwishesFrenchjohnpatepreservedreciperecipessausage See more Previous article Italian Toast Recipe – Great Italin Food From Gary’s Italian Kitchen Next article How to Make Emperor Pork Recipe- Traditional Chinese Recipe 36 Comments Leave a Reply this looks glorious. Reply never seen anyone make a pâte, that's gorgeous. Reply Yuck Reply "Before people turn off the video, let go ahead and cover those…"Nice save there, just that deserves a like Reply You lost me on this one, Chef John. That looks disgusting. Reply Great recipe! (As usual) I will try adding hazelnuts and some dried prunes. Thanks for the enjoyment you give me with your videos, chef! Reply Yum… Pate!! Thanks Chef! 🙂 Reply I loved how you anticipated viewers turning off the video. But they'd have missed the cayenne joke. Which was nice and subtle, unlike the uncommonness of this dish. . So I watched till the end. Mostly because I think you are a great teacher and I just enjoy learning how to cook better from watching your videos. But also because growing up, my dad used to eat all this kind of thing, so to honor his memory and what he taught me eat regardless of its stigma, I paid attention and am grateful for the world of adventure I've been cast into. (from a loyal fan who grew up on head cheese, liver sausage, pork fat sandwiches, Limburger cheese, and raw ground beef) Reply Is that better than spam? Reply Saw the thumbnail and I thought thewolfepit had made some posh Spam to go with his homemade spam recipe… 😛 Reply hi chef John, would you ever do a kitchen tour? Reply pistachios with.. meat?! say what Reply Terrific. I've got a freezer full of game and for some reason I've yet to make Pâté. This will now change. Good recipe from Chef John, looks delicious! Reply How long do you recon this would keep in the fridge? I'd love to make this, but the worry I have is: you really only eat one slice at a time, like shown at the end of the video, but aside from me and the SO basically nobody we know eats meat, so we'd have to kill this loaf of pate between the two of us, which will take time… Reply This guy can't pronounce french words, It gets worse every video. Reply Looks fantastic! I just love your channel! 😊 Reply I like the complicated ones too. And there there's the "… which appear to be very excited they're in this…" Fell outta my chair. Reply "There ain't no pate like a Chef John cause a Chef John pate don't stop…" Lol, I love you John. Reply The excited eggs! I seem to be the only one who got that joke. Reply Can you make a vegan version? Reply Thank you Chef John! Time for a pâté! Reply Needs more liver. The meat to liver ratio should be reversed. I've given up buying pate in America because it really is meat loaf rather than a liver dish. Reply Amazingly pretty and guaranteed delicious. Memories of your shooter sandwich video. Reply Do I have to use the liver could it be optional? Reply Love watching your videos 🙏🏼 great recipe 👍🏼 what can I use to replace the duck meat? Lamb? Reply Its me again.. Campagn[.] you shouldn't say the [e].. Love your vids, love to correct you even more. Reply Hey, Chef! I've been gawking at your videos for a couple years now, and after much drooling, I finally decided to take a peek at your blog. And, I notice that you don't write out instructions! only ingredient amounts! why not? Sure, I can come here and look at the videos. But, it would be nice to have printable instructions. Just a thought! or, maybe I'm looking in the wrong place? Reply While Chef John was grinding his legs decided to go for a walk! Reply No butter on the bread?! John, you animal… Reply Delicious. I'll try it. Reply Chef J – would the pink salt have time to work in this recipe? Looks yummy btw. Reply Billy Mays, not Willie Mays? You're slipping, Chef John :). Reply Thanks for showing how KitchenAid mixer plus meat-grinder attachment performs. Now I won't buy those and just stick with 2 separate devices. One for dough mixing and one for meat-grinding.Oh, and that Pâté looks amazing. This will be totally my next attempt to make something meaty to put on slice of bread. Reply There is unknown, and probably hungry guy in your kitchen! [4:08] Reply How did you learn all this? Btw I like your vids, they give me inspiration. Reply Can you use wild game birds? Do they have to be a dark meat bird? Like quail aren't dark meat so would it throw off the flavors? I have a couple ducks, geese and pheasants in the freezer, I'd like to try this with them. Could you add the heart and gizzard as well for some extra meat? Thanks. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.