Adapted from Saveur, this terrine is always a winner. Pre-sliced when served (for the ease of others), and garnished with the luscious gelee that forms, this terrine makes an elegant and impressive presentation, especially with cornichon, a couple of French mustards, and picholine olives. You also want to have sliced baguette available. The Saveur recipe (from Aussie Chef Philip Johnson) uses Macadamia nuts, and those oils are splendid. But being a Francophile, I prefer hazelnuts or pistachios. Then again French terrines (or at least the recipes I have run across) are often much more complicated than this. The very few steps involved in preparing this might sound daunting but are really quite simple. I am not able to bone a chicken as quickly as Julia could have, but the process is not complicated.