Wildly decadent, very rich terrine. The quantities given are suitable for a main course for 8 people - cut each slice in half if serving as a starter, in which case the recipe will serve 16. Very good with a simple watercress salad (dressed with walnut oil and wine vinegar) and some fresh, crusty bread, perhaps with a little onion marmalade or some other sweet chutney on the side. This recipe originally came from a fabulous vegetarian cookbook called "Food from the Place Below" by Bill Sewell. I am not sure if I have modified it over the years, but this is the version I currently make, and I think it's great! It's best to start it the day before it is needed - note that nearly all of the preparation time is waiting time, and that the terrine can easily be made a couple of days ahead of when you need it.