Knob pâté - Bricquebec
(€38.06 / Kilo)
La Trappe cold meats: the Pommeau country pâté
The pommeau-flavored country pâté will make a wonder on your tables, accompanied by pickles, baby onions, and boiled potatoes.
Product made by the Cistercians of the Abbey of Notre-Dame de Grâce in Bricquebec (50)
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Country pâté with a pommel
Supplier: Charcuteries de la Trappe - Abbey of Notre Dame de la Grace - Briquebec
Ingredients: Pork 75% (lean, fat and pork liver), milk, pommeau (4%), onion, shallot, egg, parsley, salt, potato starch, milk proteins, spices.
Average nutritional value per 100g
Energy (kJ) / (kcal): 1211/293
Fat (g): 25.4
of which saturated fatty acids (g): 8.6
Carbohydrates (g): 2.8
of which sugars (g): 1.6
Protein (g): 13.1
Salt (g): 1.2
Net Weight: 180g
Made in France
Life in Bricquebec - Cistercian monastic life
No one should think that by their consecration religious become strangers to men or useless to the earthly city.
For if they are not always at the side of their contemporaries, they are present to them more deeply in the heart of Christ, cooperating spiritually with them, so that the construction of the earthly city always has its foundation in the Lord and is oriented towards him, so that those who build do not risk toil in vain.
Vatican II (L.G. 46)
The Cistercian Order is a monastic institute entirely ordained to contemplation; this is why the monks in the monastery dedicate themselves to divine worship, following the Rule of Saint Benedict, and assure the humble and noble service of the divine Majesty in solitude, silence and in assiduous prayer.
The Cistercian monks seek God and walk in the footsteps of Christ under a rule and an abbot in a stable community, a school of fraternal charity. Because all the brothers form one heart and one soul, everything is common to them.
The monks are concerned to be in communion with the whole of the people of God; they share his expectation and his search for the unity of all Christians. In fact, through the faithful practice of their monastic life, as well as through the secret apostolic fruitfulness which is proper to them, they serve the people of God and all of humanity. Each church of the Order, like each of the monks, is dedicated to Blessed Mary, Mother and Figure of the Church in the order of faith, charity and perfect union with Christ.
By monastic profession, the brother is consecrated to God and integrated into the community which welcomes him. At the same time, the consecration he received at baptism and confirmation is renewed and quickened. The brother commits himself to a real conversion of life, by persevering in stability and by obeying joyfully until death.