(Recipe #4, page 119)
This recipe was recommended by a woman who finds it delicious.
The paler and fatter the livers, the better the pâté will be. For a medium-size pâté, take 2 large goose livers, 1 pound of lean pork, 1 pound of leaf lard, and 1 pound of truffles. Cut the livers into pieces, clean the truffles as directed, sprinkle with salt and white pepper, and insert into the pieces of liver. Make a forcemeat of the pork and lard and the trimmings of the livers, all chopped as fine as possible and seasoned with pepper and salt; press it through a strainer to make it quite fine. Pack the livers sprinkled with salt alternately with forcemeat and truffles in a terrine, pressing the pâté firmly. Bake the pâté 2–2½ hours in a moderate over. If you intend to keep it for some time, cover it with clear melted lard.
Translated by David Green.