Pheasant paste

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Pheasant paste
Type Pâté
Main ingredients Pheasant meat, sour cream, eggs, onions, butter
Cookbook: Pheasant paste  Media: Pheasant paste

Pheasant paste is a type of pâté made from pheasant meat and other common pâté ingredients such as sour cream, eggs, onions and butter.[1]

Notable mentions in history[edit]

Julien Offray de La Mettrie is rumoured to have been killed by indigestion caused by the over-consumption of pheasant paste,[2] however the actual cause was later attributed to self-prescribed blood-letting.

See also[edit]