Buy Foie Gras Pate! Bella Bella Gourmet Foods’ Foie Gras Terrine is made with 100% pure Foie Gras. They slowly cook it with Sauternes wine and Cognac. Bella Bella Gourmet is the gourmet kitchen of La Belle Farm, performing further processing of their raw products, and they handle their distribution and logistics with large warehouse capacity.
Suggestions: When you Buy Foie Gras Pate, it is excellent served with crusty bread, like our Rustic Bakery Flatbreads, as a first course. It can also be used in recipes calling for pate of Foie Gras (Beef Wellington).
About Bella Bella Gourmet Foods
Bella Bella Gourmet Foods is your direct source for foie gras, specialty meat, poultry, and game birds. We represent a group of farms in Sullivan County, NY that grow heirloom breeds of Chickens, Poussin, Partridge, Moulard Duck, Quail, Pintade, Rabbit, Mallard Duck, & Foie Gras. Our Farms have been producing wholesome poultry for over 25 years. In our U.S.D.A. inspected kitchen facility, Bella’s chefs are constantly working to develop exciting new “products that taste like no other” for years; now you can experience the difference for yourself.
La Belle Farm’s Foie Gras
Since 1999, La Belle has been producing superior quality Foie Gras from Sullivan, New York. Using the Crossbred Moulard Duck, they refined their foie gras producing process to yield great taste while at the same time rendering off less fat than others in the market. Their selections include Grade A, B, C, as well as Euro, Petite, Butter, and Portion Sliced Foie Gras.
From their in house kitchen, they bring you their uniquely famous Smoked Duck Drummettes, Pastrami Duck Breast, and Corned Duck Breast. To compliment the line, they also confit legs, and slowly smoke the magret and chicken breast with Hickory and Applewood.
New York State Fresh Heirloom Chickens
Their free roaming farms in Sullivan County, New York has been raising natural chicken since 1982. They take twice as long to reach maturity over commercial birds and are fed a special diet of corn, canola seeds, and soybeans.