Wednesday, May 2, 2012

It All Started With Liver Pate

   Have you ever tried liver pate?  Probably not.  The liver pate that I am absolutely in love with is made by Sells and comes in this easy to remember red and black can.  I'm sure the can hasn't changed in looks since I was a kid and my mother introduced me to it.

Liver pate doesn't have a great reputation among modern folk.  We mostly are chicken and beef eaters, with the occasional foray into pork.  When was the last time you ate lamb?  For most of us, the answer to that question is sometime in our childhood when our mothers made it for some holiday meal.

I've had a real hankering for Sell's Liver Pate, but my husband had been unable to find it in any of our local grocery stores.  So I went on the Internet to see if I could find a store that carried it.  That's when I came across a wonderful blog called Daves Cupboard and a blog all about Sells. 

The next day I came across another wonderful blog called What's Going On at the Mother House.  It reminds me of another blog about natural living the I like called Homesteading on the Internet, but for the life of me, I can't get back to the Mother House blog.

I've searched and searched.  I've found a lot of blogs that haven't been written on in literally years.  I've come to realize that the blog-o-spere is a vast, vast universe of blogs; some brimming with life, some holding on and some that are just dead-as-a-doornail.  Getting there on your own is a crap shoot unless you have a live link.  Without being on many bloggers blog list, your blog is but a twinkling planet out in deepest, darkest, coldest space.

3 comments:

ryannfaithsmon said...

I love this liver pate, King Kullen sells it.

Remy said...

Could this be the missing link to the Motherhouse blog you wrote about?

http://motherhousenews.blogspot.com/

Mary Bennett said...

Yes, it is quite delicious, especially with chopped green olives and pimento mixed into it and served on Sociable crackers.

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