A rich, savoury paste made from finely minced or mashed ingredients, typically seasoned meat or fish
A person’s head
The paste of which porcelain is made
A juvenile goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, which has a greyish head without the bold markings of the adult.
Hard clay; the porcelain made from this.
A pâté cooked according to the recipe of a particular restaurant, charcutier, etc.
Soft clay; the porcelain made from this.
A small pie or pasty.
A machine used in the early stages of making some types of paper and board, in which the pulp is strained, excess water is extracted, and the web of pulp passed through rolls.
Pâté made with coarsely chopped or coarsely minced meat; a portion or variety of this.
A method of relief decoration formed by applying layers of white slip upon unfired porcelain; an article produced in this way.
A substance made by firing a paste made of crushed glass bound with water and an organic gum; an object made from this.
A pâté baked in a pastry crust.
Coarse pork and liver pâté
A smooth rich paste made from fatted goose or duck liver
The American wigeon (in allusion to its white-crowned head)