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  • noun Plural form of terrine.

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Examples

  • Porcelain terrines, escargot and oyster serving dishes, silicone baking molds, piping tips of all types, mortars and pestles, dangerously sharp mandolines, lovely olive wood utensils and most everything serious chefs and amateur home cooks can dream of.

    Seattle Bon Vivant:

  • Porcelain terrines, escargot and oyster serving dishes, silicone baking molds, piping tips of all types, mortars and pestles, dangerously sharp mandolines, lovely olive wood utensils and most everything serious chefs and amateur home cooks can dream of.

    E. Dehillerin, Le Spécialiste du Matériel de Cuisine

  • Porcelain terrines, escargot and oyster serving dishes, silicone baking molds, piping tips of all types, mortars and pestles, dangerously sharp mandolines, lovely olive wood utensils and most everything serious chefs and amateur home cooks can dream of.

    E. Dehillerin, Le Spécialiste du Matériel de Cuisine

  • In addition to being a wonderful butcher shop, they also have an amazing array of smoked meats, beef jerky seasoned with an addictive mix of star anise and red chile, delicious terrines and rillettes, and fresh lard and stocks.

    Laura Silverman: Eating Meaty

  • So there are ham hock terrines and rillettes of Gloucester Old Spot.

    Restaurant review: Platform

  • She brings with her Tim, a soft-spoken south Londoner with Robert Smith hair and a dab hand with terrines and pâtés.

    Saving Fitzbillies: Tim Hayward's life-changing year

  • And if I really was serious about learning how to make pates and terrines this winter, he could easily supply me with as much goose liver as I wanted or needed.

    Elissa Altman: The Real L Word

  • You'll find moderately priced terrines, sardines and tartare on the menu, plus classic French dishes that have been reinterpreted for the masses.

    Audarshia Townsend: Tango in New, Parisian-Themed Places

  • And if I really was serious about learning how to make pates and terrines this winter, he could easily supply me with as much goose liver as I wanted or needed.

    Elissa Altman: The Real L Word

  • And if I really was serious about learning how to make pates and terrines this winter, he could easily supply me with as much goose liver as I wanted or needed.

    Elissa Altman: The Real L Word

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