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Jean Brunet Chicken Liver Confit with Armagnac

A Twist on the Familiar

Jean Brunet’s Arma­gnac-infused chick­en liv­er con­fit evokes the sen­sa­tion of cool nights by the fire­place, deca­dent and delight­ful with a char­cu­terie and cheese spread. With no col­or­ing agents or preser­v­a­tives, this con­fit is always at its nat­ur­al best.

TAST­ING NOTES FROM THE CURATOR

A tra­di­tion­al com­po­nent of any French pic­nic, this con­fit ele­vates the typ­i­cal chick­en fla­vor with the fat­ty rich­ness of pork cuts, spices, and, of course, smoky Arma­gnac. It’s a bril­liant way to cook up chick­en liv­er, retain­ing their love­ly pink­ness and but­tery-soft tex­ture. With a hint of spice from ground pep­pers, this is a fla­vor­ful addi­tion to any after­noon repast.

PREPA­RA­TION OR PAIRINGS

We can­not stress enough just how per­fect the com­bi­na­tion of a nice jar of pâtĂ© and toast­ed French baguettes is. We source ours fresh from the ovens of Makati Shangri-La. Grab caramelized onion jam, dried fruits, and some Loire Val­ley goat cheeses and you’re good to go.

For your drink­ing plea­sure, pair this con­fit with a rus­tic wine from the Loire region, light reds like Pinot Noir or Pineau d’Aunis, and Gamay. For the beer-lover look­ing to dip into pâtĂ©s with their after­noon bot­tle, this con­fit goes great with a nice, cool stout.

TRA­DI­TION AND INNOVATION

Those are the watch­words of the Brunet fam­i­ly busi­ness. They began as a gen­er­al char­cu­terie com­pa­ny in the late 1800s, but it was only in the 1960s that a descen­dant of the orig­i­nal own­ers, Jean Brunet, began exper­i­ment­ing with pâtĂ©s and ter­rines. This gained the com­pa­ny nation­al and inter­na­tion­al atten­tion. Now a cen­tu­ry old, the com­pa­ny still stands by its mot­to, com­bin­ing the best of tra­di­tion­al tech­niques with the newest mod­ern cook­ery innovations.

Storage Instructions

Store unopened con­tain­ers of pâtĂ© in a cool, dry panty. Once opened, pâtĂ© will keep three to four days in the refrig­er­a­tor. It can also be frozen for up to two months, though we rec­om­mend you con­sume it as soon as possible!

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