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Tag Archives: foie gras
Much Ado About Dunkin’
Dunkin’ Donuts Santa Monica, California This is the city: Los Angeles. I work here. I carry a box of doughnuts. In a metropolitan area that nearly 12 million Angelenos and transplants call home, you would think a box franchise staking … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged Bogota, Bulevar Mall, CA, California, Camp Pendleton, coffee, Colombia, cronut, DD, Dominique Ansel, donut, Donut Man, Donut Snob, doughnut, Dunkies, Dunkin' Donuts, Eater LA, Fluffernutter, foie gras, Fred, In-N-Out, Kane's, Krispy Kreme, KTLA, L.A., LA, LAist, Los Angeles, Michael Vale, Munchkin, Nickel Diner, Quincy, santa monica, Saugus, Starbucks, time to make the doughnuts, Weldon Spangler, Wendy Burch, Winchells, Yum Yum 2 Comments
Proud As A Peacock
Peafowl Indian subcontinent Very few of the animal kingdom’s royalty flaunt their status in such resplendent pageantry as the peafowl – the male of the species is easily recognized promenading its flashy, iridescent, feathery finery in a mock display of … Continue reading
Posted in India Tagged Arcadia, bird, blue peafowl, Botanical Gardens, CA, California, China, Cyrus the Great, dirty rice, Exotic Meat Market, foie gras, Frank Vanderlip, heart, Hindu, India, Indian, Jiangxi Zong Technology, Kamikaze Kitchen, Kyle Schutte, L.A., liver, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Arboretum, Lucky Baldwin, Musigny Conte de Vogué, organs, Palos Verde pigeons, Palos Verdes, peacock, Peafowl, peahen, Persia, Rancho Santa Anita, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, tongue, William Wrigley 2 Comments
Foie Gras Brouhaha
On a warm, sunny July morning in Southern California, chefs will rise from their slumber to begin preparing for meal service for the day. The only thing different on this day is their preparations may not include foie gras, the … Continue reading
Posted in Northern California, Southern California Tagged Alton Brown, BourdainWolfgang Puck, C.H.E.F.S., California, Charlie Trotter, chefs, David McMillan, foie gras, gavage, horse meat, Hudson Valley, Hump, Josiah Citrin, Kiyoshiro Yamamoto, Laurent Quenioux, Lazy Ox Canteen, Lefebvre, Perfecto Rocher, SB 1520, Senate Bill 1520, shark fin, Sonoma Foie Gras, waterfowl, Zimmern 5 Comments
Then Came The Last Days Of June
Lazy Ox Canteen Los Angeles, California As the thunderous sound from the webbed feet of the Waterfowl of the Apocalypse rises above the horizon to herald California’s ban on foie gras (Senate Bill 1520 is slated to become law on … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged ban, beef, CA, California, carpaccio, Catalan, chef, El Bulli, Estrella Damm, Ferran Adria, flan, foie, foie gras, Forget Foie, ham, Ibérico de Bellota, Intelligencia coffee, L.A., Lazy Ox, Lazy Ox Canteen, liver, loin, lomo, longanisa, longaniza, Los Angeles, Michelada, monkfish, noodles, Nutella, octopus, pappardelle, peach, Perfecto Rocher, plum, pork, rabbit, ravioli, salad, sangria, Senate Bill 1520, shoulder, Spain, stone fruit, tagliatelle, Thomas Keller, torrija a la plancha, Valencia, waterfowl, yam 4 Comments
Maple Leaf Rag
Cabane à sucre (sugar shack) Québec Province, Northern New England Unless you were whelped and spent your formative years in the northern extremities of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont or in lower Québec Province, being misinformed as to what a … Continue reading
Posted in Montréal, New England, Québec, Saint Nicolas Tagged Au Pied du Cochon, Aunt Jemima, baked beans, cabane a sucre, Cafe Buade, chicharrón, corn, corn syrup, Coureur des Bois, crepes, egg, Eggspectation, érablière, Erabliere du Cap, Ernie Barnes, foie gras, Gilles Gosselin, ham, high fructose, Jean-Talon, Jimmy Gilmer, L' Érablière du Cap, Les Délices de l'Érable, lobster, Log Cabin, Maine, maple, Marche, Marche du Vieux-Port, Marche Jean-Talon, Martin Picard, meat pie, Montreal, Mrs. Butterworth, New England, New Hampshire, Nouvelle-France, omelet, oreilles de crisse, pancakes, pork rind, potatoes, pouding chômeur, Quebec, Québecers, Saint Nicolas, sap, sausage, squirrel, St-Nicolas, sugar, sugar bush, sugar house, sugar pie, sugar shack, syrup, table d'hôtepea soup, taffee, tap, tire d'érable, toffee, tourtière, Vermont, wooden spoons Comments Off on Maple Leaf Rag