Goose foie gras has often been heralded by conoissuers as far superior to the richer flavour of duck foie gras. However it is all a matter of taste. With a less gamey, more subtle flavour than duck foie gras, it's noted for its after-taste rather than packing an immediately rich flavour. Its delicate, refined taste and smooth, velvety texture lends itself to various serving methods and goose foie gras is often enjoyed as a celebratory starter spread over toasted brioche or as a buttery soft terrine.
Goose foie gras at its finest
With a selection ranging from de-veined lobes to terrines and entier gift pots, Fine Food Specialist caters to all occasions. Popular amongst chefs and daring cooks, the flash-frozen deveined goose foie gras is ideal for producing handmade terrines.
Alternatively, if you're looking for a pre-made fresh terrine, our handmade kilogram terrine of goose foie gras is a wonderful celebratory starter served on some toasted brioche bread with Tokaji jelly. If you're looking for a showstopping centre-piece to really impress your dinner guests or as a Christmas treat, the exclusive Strasbourg Goose foie gras en croute is the ultimate gourmet speciality. Featuring Georges Buck's famed foie gras de Strasbourg with black truffles wrapped in a high top pastry crust, this is a one of a kind delicacy.
Preserved foie gras
Our entier pots are a popular gift choice for anyone with a fondness for French delicacies. If you’re looking for silky, buttery and melting, it’s no wonder goose foie gras is a holy grail of the food world. The goose entier pots contain a whole foie gras preserved with spices and are wonderful additions to artisan platters served with some crusty bread and a sweet Puttonyos wine.