My initial reaction to this terrine is that it’s absolutely gorgeous! This is a good representation of KG cuisine, as the artistic composition is always essential to the final masterpiece. Even the final touch of adding a thinly slivered beet chip, standing vertically from the terrine, is so sculpturesque and beautiful. The terrine itself, made from a mixture of horseradish, goat cheese and beets, is refreshingly light and creamy. The layering of sliced beets within the terrine gives it a visually stimulating effect. The combination of sliced beets and creamy terrine produces a surprising and contrasting sensation of smooth and hard textures. It’s all about sensations. After all, this is kind of like a mille-feuille, multi-layered so that your mouth feels both the hard and soft. And it’s oh-so-delightful!