But think of a string of pate de foie gras sausages at a guinea a piece!
He passes from mortal sight to reappear in pate de foie gras.
The pate de foie gras is not good here, but I can recommend the game.
Mrs. W. M. was attired in an elegant 'pate de foie gras,' made expressly for her, and was greatly admired.
I suppose you mean that he was too partial to asparagus and pate de foie gras, don't you?
When he is well his appetite is truly wonderful—nothing comes amiss to him, sir, from pate de foie gras to potatoes.
Touraine appears to me like a pate de foie gras, in which one plunges up to the chin; and its wine is delicious.
1818, short for pâté de foie gras (see pate (n.2)). Pâté de foie gras (1827 in English) is literally "pie of fat liver;" originally served in a pastry (as still in Alsace), the phrase now chiefly in English with reference to the filling.