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Les Trois Petits Cochons Pate
Les Trois Petits Cochons (The Three Little Pigs) started in 1975 as a small charcuterie in the heart of New York's Greenwich Village. Founders Alain Sinturel and Jean Pierre Pradié cooked and offered pâtés and other French specialties to the neighborhood gourmets. They soon received rave reviews by such notables as Craig Clairborne, Mimi Sheraton, James Beard, and others. Once word got out, they began making pâtés for other restaurants around Manhattan. By 1990, demand forced them to expand their operation. Today, they make their pâtés in their kitchen, House of Bricks, located in Wilkes Barre, PA. Les Trois Petits Cochons is recognized for its excellence as a leader in the specialty-food business and industry it helped to create. They use all-natural, high quality ingredients, and craft small, handmade batches.
Paté de Campagne
is the traditional paté of France. Coarsely ground pork meat and pork liver are spiced with onions, garlic, parsley, bay leaves and thyme. The mixture is then slowly cooked in the traditional way. The result: a culinary delight.
Paté au Poivre Noir
is a spicy country style paté sprinkled with black peppercorns and flavored with a touch of brandy.
Varieties sold separately.