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  1. The Weekly Dish: Le Petit Cochon's Charcuterie PlateRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Seattle Weekly

    ... others; from a luscious pheasant-liver mousse and the earthiest bresaola I've ever tasted to a pork and chicken foie gras with truffles and a spicy chorizo, there's nothing commonplace on it. Even the vehicle for spreading it-pork cracklins-is ...

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  2. Lobster wrapped in lotus root and deep fried, at Ore-no Kappou by Ginza Okamoto.Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    ... which, instead of being the sweet dish we expected, turned out to be a delicious miso-marinated cream cheese and foie gras terrine with crunchy smoked radish pickles between two wafers. The lobster wrapped in slices of lotus root and deep fried ...

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  3. Fight Beef Boredom with These 12 Alternative SlidersRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Eater

    ... your favorite outside-the-box sliders in the comments. There's nothing more French than escargot... except maybe foie gras. French chef Nicholas Ronan has given the cuisine of his homeland a little 'merican flair by transforming snails into a ...

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  4. Would You Eat This Escargot Burger?Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | 7x7

    ... wine or sherry). And in case you're not already feeling French enough, there's an option to add a slice of seared foie gras to the thing. While I'm down with eating a myriad of oddities - whipped lard, alligator meat, Geno's Pizza Rolls - I think ...

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  5. It's All Truffles, All the Time at Harrods' Newest RestaurantRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Eater

    ... the pricey fungi. The menu includes items like burrata with truffle honey and fresh truffle, a fresh truffle- and foie gras-topped burger, and a duck club sandwich with egg, pomegranate, and yes, truffles. The cocktail menu is "truffle-focused" and ...

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  6. This Woman Brought Foie Gras to the USRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Food & Wine

    Dame of game Ariane Daguin is celebrating the 30th anniversary of her company, D'Artagnan , with a five-course dinner at The Hamilton in Washington, DC, tonight. Here, Daguin chats with sister magazine Fortune about America's misconception on foie gras and why farm-to-table is not a trend.

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  7. Anti-foie gras petitionRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | ANSA.it

    Brussels, March 3 - A delegation of three MEPs on Tuesday handed the European food safety commissioner a petition with 320,000 signatures urging the EU to ban the production of foie gras. Fatty liver pat is obtained by force-feeding geese and ducks by ramming pipes down their throats three times a day and pumping up to four pounds of grain and fat into their stomachs, according to petition co-sponsor People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals .

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  8. Snail Patty with Foie Gras is SF's New Decadent BurgerRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Bold Italic

    ... current menu," explains chef/owner Nicolas Ronan. He's selling them for $10 each, with the option to add seared foie gras on top for another $10. When I first got wind of this thing, my gut reaction was, "Oh, hell to the naw!" But then I remembered ...

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  9. Dinner and Dancing at the 21 Club; Celebrate Persian New Years at PorsenaRead the original story

    Monday | Eater

    The 21 Club is hosting an old school-inspired evening of dinner and dancing on March 7 at 7 p.m. The menu includes foie gras terrine, steak and creamed spinach with chanterelles and Bordelaise sauce, and cheesecake with blood orange coulis. Dinner is $165, not including beverages, tax, or tip.

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  10. Cochon 555 And The Winner Is. . .Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | City Pages

    ... almost altogether different menu for the judges, five courses comprised of Korean bone broth, pate el croute with foie gras, deep fried trotter with truffled eggs, barbecued pig jowl with cheesy grits and pickled watermelon rind, and a 24 hour ...

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  11. Maple is showing up everywhere, often as a sweet balance in savory dishesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Cape Cod Times

    ... lox. The smokiness, saltiness and sweetness lends itself to a really nice contrast." Another cult favorite? The foie gras loco moco at Animal. Its take on the Hawaiian comfort food layers rice, a beef burger, Spam, foie gras and a quail egg bathed ...

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  12. Slide Show: Your Pad Thai or burger is now on a pizzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | MarketWatch

    ... the co-owner of Pizza of Venice , a restaurant north of Pasadena, Calif. He has made pizzas featuring sashimi, foie gras, red beans and crispy rice, and truffles (not all at once). One of his regular offerings echoes Greece, with braised lamb and a ...

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  13. The Top Ten Wine Bars in BordeauxRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | The Wine Cellar Insider

    ... owners' Italian influence can be felt with lunch and dinner plates displaying burrata and bruschettas alongside foie gras and cured duck magret. The wine list is comprehensive with a focus on Bordeaux as well as other French wine regions. They offer ...

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  14. A look inside long-awaited Bar a BoeufRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Cincinnati.com

    ... butters, classic sauces, six kinds of cheese and garnishes such as onion compote, roasted portobello or seared foie gras. There are two kinds of mac and cheese and several salads. A short wine list includes some unusual bottle and glass pours from ...

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  15. Foie gras pop tarts do exist: Notes from a 4-course foie dinner and cooking classRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Los Angeles Times

    Foie gras grilled cheese sandwiches made by Eric Greenspan at the Salted Live pop-up dinner and cooking class in Hollywood. Foie gras grilled cheese sandwiches made by Eric Greenspan at the Salted Live pop-up dinner and cooking class in Hollywood.

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  16. Behold, the worlda s wackiest pizzasRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | New York Post

    ... the co-owner of Pizza of Venice , a restaurant north of Pasadena, Calif. He has made pizzas featuring sashimi, foie gras, red beans and crispy rice, and truffles (not all at once). One of his regular offerings echoes Greece, with braised lamb and a ...

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  17. Chef Tim Ma steps back from Maple Ave Restaurant as he plans for a D.C. openingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Washington Post

    ... Ma. Ma has already worked out a few themed menus for Gather + Feast. There's a duck-centric menu with plenty of foie gras, a surf and turf (but "not lobster and not filet mignon," he said), and an ode to New York vegetarian restaurant Dirt Candy . ...

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  18. One Week Of Snow Removal Cost County Around $73,000Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | WBIW-AM Bedford

    ... and is building a facility on his new property. The unique farm raises and harvests French white Muscovy ducks. Foie gras, or fat liver, is popular in French cuisine. To fatten the livers, farmers use a feeding tube to force-feed the animals and ...

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  19. New DestinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Style Weekly

    ... fare: nachos, burgers, fried chicken, Caesar salads. Or you can opt for more sophisticated dishes such as a seared foie gras appetizer with pineapple upside-down cake and jerk sauce ($22), or pork shank with rutabaga spaetzle ($32) as an ...

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  20. Chris Schlattman of The Upton on Porter-isms, Christopher Gross, and Matt Carter's The HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Phoenix New Times

    ... that Schlattman was Porter's number two for most of that time, it's easy to understand why the younger man loves foie gras and a glass of scotch, very much like his mentor. Turn an ear toward the restaurant's kitchen and you might even hear some ...

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