The foie gras ban in California kind of got us thinking ...
26-year-old Sonoma Artisan Foie Gras is closing at the end of the month.
The menu plays with monkfish liver and sheep's liver.
You've got 25 days. Get to it. After that, this slideshow will only be good for mourning purposes.
Michael Pollan thinks the upcoming restriction placed on foie gras is just red herring.
Protestors refusing cookies from the kitchen, Mark Peel eulogizing a still-living Paul Bocuse, a 13-year-old chef, and over six courses of duck liver.
Local chefs stand up for their West Coast culinary counterparts.
Activists are slowly dragging Melisse's rating down on the site.
"I am French. Foie gras is a God given right, so I will fight for my right to foie," Lefebvre says of what could be his final night working with the delicacy in L.A.
Following protests at Melisse last night, Wilshire will be next to host a multi-chef benefit dinner for C.H.E.F.S.
Burton's words, Pastore argues, could incite more violent action from extremists.
The kaiseki specialist's dinner will offer six Japanese methods for working with the delicacy.
Maybe 100 foie gras-loving chefs can be wrong.
The CA State Senate says they've got budget problems to deal with that are bigger than the right to eat foie gras.
He says he supports the ban, and that foie gras is cruel ... but he's still serving it in Singapore!
The ban is set to happen July 1, and this is kind of an eleventh-hour appeal.
The calls for overturning the ban are heating up.
Chef Russell Jackson doesn't shy away from controversy, or media attention.
Also, Bay Wolf canceled the second of two foie gras dinners after a protest turned especially ugly last week.
"It’s stupid. It’s just a misguided law ... We don’t know who’ll enforce it. Hopefully someone will challenge it legally. We’ll probably serve it for a while, maybe get some fines." Cyrus chef-partner Douglas Keane on the impending statewide...