he word literally means “crusted,” and in the nineteenth century and earlier pâté was a cooked loaf of seasoned ground meats, as it is today, but baked in a crust. Today this would be called a pâté en croûte, which is redundant in French.
BOURSAULT Pronunciation: boor-SOH Notes: This is a soft-ripened, triple crème French cheese that very rich and mild. For best flavor, serve at room temperature. Substitutes: Brillat-Savarin OR (Cheese Making Room)