Sat, 09 Jun 2012 6:21p.m.
Chefs in California are loading their menus with a centuries-old French delicacy before it becomes illegal.
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California recently banned the sale of foie gras, but aficionados are already working out ways to get around the ban.
It divides people more than marmite – foie gras. This pate-like delicacy is produced by the force feeding of ducks and geese and although widely condemned it’s also widely consumed.
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