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terrineter‧rine /teˈriːn, tə-/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFFa food made of cooked meat, fish, or fruit formed into a loaf shape and served cold, or the dish this is served in
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terrineToday the terms pare and terrine are used interchangeably.On one such occasion, he bought a mixer and a special dish in order to make an elaborate terrine.To add extra flavour to the soup, Steve used the trimmings from the broccoli that went into the fish terrine.Add some celery and apple to the shallot dressing and spoon around the guinea fowl terrine.All the way at the other end of the platter sat a lovely foie gras terrine on a toast point.Fill pan with boiling water to come two-thirds up sides of terrine.Fold over the flaps of the salmon to enclose the terrine.Allow bacon to overhang the terrine.
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