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."
Sensitive, black-clad fans who can't decide between the singer and a good burger will enjoy the best of both.
We like these guys much better when they're giving food away instead of banning it.
Members will bear signs and hand out flyers to object to the restaurant offering free foie gras.
The animal rights group is not cool with that free side the Hermosa Beach restaurant was serving after the ban.
What happens when a bikini-clad protester tries to make an anti-meat stand at Mozza?
The animal rights organization has just relocated to the neighborhood, so expect more drama.
The restaurant is holding a PETA benefit that riffs on the controversy at Pink Taco.
The restaurant indulges in its typical frat-by bluster when animal rights activists attack.
The chef is preparing a different burger every week, but next week's "Smokey the Burger" might draw some unwanted heat.
The parodies start rolling in.
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