Pro-foie gras forces say California's ban leaves room for constitutional debate.
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The three-judge panel said the ban on the sale of fatty livers is entirely constitutional.
Chefs still offering the banned delicacy are being besieged by angry emails, Facebook messages, and calls.
Broadway by Amar Santana gave away twelve pounds of the banned ingredient last week as a free side with a $55 glass of wine.
Chef Ken Frank maintains he serves the stuff spontaneously, and always as a "gift."
The organization asks the South Bay restaurant to "swear off foie gras for good."
The banned delicacy "may or may not" be given away this week at Tiago Espresso Bar.
Walter Manzker shares his secret for jerry-rigging the forbidden delicacy.
Wouldn't you know it, CA foie fans are paying top dollar for the stuff across the border.
Foie-deprived Californians are heading to Nevada.
Members will bear signs and hand out flyers to object to the restaurant offering free foie gras.
A lawsuit filed by pro-foie forces will still have it days in court.
Provence's Bistrot des Alpilles is giving away a first course to Left Coasters with their papers in order.
Is Francois Hollande taking a stand against the ban or just embracing a little nationalist bluster?
A Los Angeles judge was unmoved by several foie producers' claims of financial harm, but the lawsuit challenging the law will proceed.
See our regularly updated blind-item list, in re: where to find 'complimentary' foie.