With all the holiday entertaining, it’s nice to have a couple of good appetizers up your sleeve — something that can be served to guests or brought along to a party. Something that can liven up a meal of leftovers, or even make for lunch on the day when a festive dinner is taking up your attention. This chicken liver mousse is one of my absolute favorites. It can (should) be made ahead, is just decadent enough, and is cheap to make. I buy organic, air-chilled chicken livers at Whole Foods (because they always have them) and they cost $1.50 for the whole recipe’s worth. [...]
I know that you’re already falling out of your chair in excitement because this is the first Savour Fare post in quite some time that didn’t feature sweets. I may have gone a wee bit overboard there with the Christmas baking, I admit it. And I’m sure you’re ready to get back to the business of cooking real food.
Unfortunately, this week is New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Eve means parties, and party food, although fantastic, is not really REAL food, so you’re just going to have to wait a bit. What I have for you today, though, is an easy, delicious, guaranteed-to-please party dip (it would be great for the Superbowl too) that is a fixture in my family’s holiday repertoire. [...]