Chefs still offering the banned delicacy are being besieged by angry emails, Facebook messages, and calls.
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Broadway by Amar Santana gave away twelve pounds of the banned ingredient last week as a free side with a $55 glass of wine.
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.
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?
Using loopholes and clever dodging, the forbidden delicacy is still to be found in the Southland.
A running guide to locating the illicit delicacy in The City of Angels.
Former Cafe Pinot chef Kevin Meehan claims to "know a guy who knows a guy."
Chef Antoine Price says he's ready to go to jail for the delicacy.
The New York-based food performance artist dished on the delicacies place in culture and controversy at Royal/T.
Michael Cimarusti is cooking up a subdued surprise on his menu.
Ching-He Huang's latest episode finds her in Monterey Park.
California cops admit they're not really planning a major crackdown on the stuff, as long as chefs tap every loophole they can find.
The chef has a blunt laundry list of ingredients he'll pair with the taboo liver, plus five surprises for the chef's table.