Mushroom pâtés of old were tasty but chunky affairs. This silky and luxurious version, inspired by a recipe in Gourmet, is impressive, especially on a buffet table.

Toss in a serving bowl with the lemon juice, top with the zest.

This is a bowl brimming with the fresh clear tastes of Spring.

Fresh and bright tasting these beans contrast with the deeper, richer tastes of the mushrooms and timbale.

Beans so good you will want to eat them with your fingers, one by one.


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