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Duck livers fried in butter are my favorite "chef's snack". I sometimes opt for roast duck for dinner so I can have my 4:00 treat. I've recently found a source of same day slaughter duck livers in 1-2 pound quantities. This sounds like a great opportunity for a delicious appetizer. I'm thinking of a Chinese spoon presentation, but it needs something to make it special. Are there any classic presentations/pairings or other novel ideas?

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Personally I love pairing duck liver with cherries. Take a look at this recipe, perhaps you can find some inspiration there: Oh, and I think this question will probably be closed (recipe request). – Henrik Söderlund May 8 '12 at 8:13
I'm not sure what you're asking here. Are you asking for things to go with duck liver? Are you asking how to present a piece of liver nicely? What is the current problem you have? – Mien May 8 '12 at 15:11

For presentation: Philo dough cups precooked with either sprigs of dill or whittle blueberries on a Sterling Silver Plate or Platter. Sterling Silver makes anything look elegant.

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