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Perigord Pork and Duck Terrine
Perigord Pork and Duck Pate
from Canada by Rougie

A classic terrine combining pork, duck meat and duck foie gras with port wine and seasonings.

5(3 reviews)
Goose and Duck Foie Gras Mousse Supreme
Goose and Duck Foie Gras Mousse Supreme
from United States by Terroirs d'Antan

A smooth concoction of creamy goose foie gras whipped with milk, eggs, and delicious Sauternes.

5(1 review)
Duck Foie Gras Mousse with Port Wine Pate - All Natural
Duck Foie Gras Mousse with Port Wine Pate - All Natural
from United States by Terroirs d'Antan

Silky mousse of fresh duck foie gras marinated in the finest of Portuguese Port wines.

4.9(13 reviews)
Pate de Campagne with Black Pepper - Traditional
Pate de Campagne with Black Pepper - Traditional
from United States by Terroirs d'Antan

Country style pate flavored with piquant black pepper.

4.8(6 reviews)
Duck Rilette Perigord Pate
Duck Rillettes Pate
from Canada by Rougie

The perfect pairing for crusty bread and a glass of wine, this French-style spread is made from duck meat seasoned with white wine and spices.

4.8(5 reviews)
Duck Mousse with Port Wine Pate  - All Natural
Duck Mousse with Port Wine Pate - All Natural
from United States by Terroirs d'Antan

Silky mousse of fresh duck foie gras marinated in the finest of Portuguese Port wines.

4.8(19 reviews)
Rillettes du Perigord - Duck Meat Pate - All Natural
Rillettes du Perigord - Duck Meat Pate - All Natural
from United States by Terroirs d'Antan

An exquisite combination of shredded duck meat, seasoned duck fat, cooked confit and spices. Pork free.

4.6(5 reviews)
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Duck Rillettes with 20% Foie Gras Pate
from Canada by Rougie

The best pieces of duck meat are combined with smooth duck foie gras in these smooth, delicious rillettes.

4.5(10 reviews)
Duck and Pork Pate with Orange | Gourmet Food Store
Duck and Pork Pate with Orange
from Canada by Rougie

A beautiful combination of creamy duck livers blended with musky pork meat, oranges and orange liqueur,

4.3(8 reviews)
Duck Rilettes Tradition
Duck Rilettes Tradition
from United States by Terroirs d'Antan

A combination of duck meat, seasoned duck fat and cooked confit

4(2 reviews)
Duck Rillettes - Duck Pate
Duck Rillettes - Duck Pate
from Canada by Rougie

The Rillettes from Rougie are delicately flavored with wine and seasonings to create a ready-to-eat gourmet spread.

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Duck Pate - is a delicious spread made from the finely blended and seasoned liver of specially raised ducks or geese. It is renowned for its smooth, buttery texture and rich, savory flavor, often enhanced with a mix of herbs and spices. An iconic delicacy with deep-rooted ties to French culinary tradition, duck pâté is enjoyed on crusty bread, crackers, or paired with fruits, offering a luxurious gastronomic experience.


Duck pâté is made from special breeds of ducks that are raised in a specialized manner, ensuring their well-being and health. When the ducks reach a certain age, a process known as gavage begins. During this period, the ducks are fed a carefully measured diet, typically a mixture of grains and sometimes fat, to promote the natural development of their liver. This process is what creates the fatty liver, known as "foie gras" in French.

Once the ducks' livers have reached the desired size and richness, they’re harvested and cleaned meticulously to remove any impurities, then seasoned with a blend of herbs, spices, and sometimes spirits like Port Wine or Armagnac to enhance the flavor profile. The liver is carefully blended into a smooth and creamy paste, then placed in molds and chilled to set. It is allowed to mature, which helps the flavors meld together and develop a more refined taste. Once matured, the duck pâté is ready to be served!

Other Types of Duck Pate

Not all pates need to be made with livers; there are other types of duck pate that are made with duck breasts or even any type of duck meat other than livers, like thighs or legs. The preparation is much the same way, although duck breast pate is less smooth, we find it equally flavorful. One popular type of duck breast pate is using smoked duck meat, which creates a smoky, delicious smoked duck pate.

You can also try duck mousse pate, which is made much the same way, but with the addition of some type of fat, like cream or butter. This makes for a lighter and more airy spread that’s truly a delight to savor.

How To Serve and Eat Duck Pate

Once you’re ready to order duck pate, you’ll want to know how to serve it!

Serve pâté with complementary accompaniments such as crusty bread, toasted baguette slices, artisanal crackers, or even thinly sliced apples and pears. The contrasting textures and flavors will elevate the taste profile.

Incorporate a variety of textures in the presentation. For example, serve the pate with crunchy cornichons, pickled onions, or toasted nuts to add complexity. Serve alongside fruit chutneys, compotes, or fruit preserves to provide a sweet-tart balance to the savory pâté. Fig, cranberry, or apple chutneys work particularly well.

Pair the pâté with white wines, Champagne, or sweet dessert wines often complement the richness of the pâté.

Duck Pate Recipes

If you have a lobe of duck foie gras, you can experiment with your own duck pate recipes! A basic duck pate recipe starts with a clean foie gras liver. Marinade with Armagnac, salt, and seasonings like black pepper, black truffles, shallots, garlic, and thyme - you can explore different duck pate recipes that feature other ingredients for the marinade! Refrigerate for 1 hour, then process or blend the duck pate until it’s smooth and creamy. Place the preparation in a terrine or other mold, then cover and cook in a water bath until 136F. Cool, refrigerate, and serve!

Explore our chef-created duck pate recipes right here at! There are so many ways to savor duck pate.

Duck Pate Nutrition

The calories and nutrition of duck pate will vary depending on the exact ingredients used for the product. Duck livers are high in saturated fats, so those pates will have more calories and fats than duck breast pates. Additionally, pates with added ingredients like fat or cream will also have more fat and calories.

How To Buy Duck Pate

Now that you know all about this delicacy, are you ready to order duck pate and enjoy this flavorful treat? Just add it to your cart and we’ll send it straight to your door. At Gourmet Food Store we source our pates from the best companies in the world, like Rougie and Hudson Valley Foie Gras. You can buy duck pate online with us knowing these are the same products served 5-star restaurants and hotels and used by the best chefs. Our duck pate for sale is of impeccable quality and flavor – and dozens of reviews attest to it!

With a vast selection of top-quality pate varieties, customers can easily shop for classic gourmet delicacies, with the convenience of online shopping which allows for effortless browsing, secure transactions, and doorstep delivery, saving time and effort. Gourmet Food Store's reputation for sourcing ethically raised ingredients ensures peace of mind, while our exceptional packaging guarantees the pâté arrives in pristine condition.

Duck Pate Questions And Answers

Q:How do you serve duck pate?
A:To best serve duck pate, allow the pate to come to room temperature before serving. This brings out the full richness of the flavors and ensures a smoother spreadable consistency. When slicing, use a sharp knife dipped in warm water to achieve clean and smooth cuts, which will help maintain the pate’s integrity and appearance.
Q:How do you make duck liver pate?
A:Start with a delicious foie gras lobe or foie gras morsels, marinade with your choice of seasonings, then blend until smooth. Pour in a terrine mold and cook in a water bath until it reaches 136F. After that, chill in the fridge for 24 hours and serve!
Q:How do you eat duck pate?
A:The best way to savor duck pate is simply with crusty bread or crackers. Pair with sweet ingredients like chutneys, and crunchy cornichons.
Q:How do you store Pate?
A:Store any leftover pâté in an airtight container in the refrigerator. It can be enjoyed within a few days, and you can use it as a luxurious spread for sandwiches or to enhance pasta dishes.
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