• Pickled ramp-Hayden Mango relish
  • Foie gras terrine

3rd Course: Moulard Duck "Foie Gras en Terrine"

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Moulard Duck "Foie Gras en Terrine," pickled ramp-Hayden mango relish, cilantro shoots, baslamic vinegar reduction and a toasted "brioche."

This was the foie supplement ($30) on the third course (the unsupplemented option was the sunchoke salad).

Notes: I didn't get to taste this dish - partly because my dinner-mate loved it so much. Also, I am allergic to mangos. The presentation was gorgeous - and the terrine looked absolutely silky!

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  1. dkearth82 50 months ago | reply

    I wonder how much people would crave foie gras if it wasn't served like a 5000 dollar hooker.

  2. remsterЗ [deleted] 42 months ago | reply

    It must be, in fact, taxed $5000 per gram. Yes, the cruel farmers and ignorant traders may not gain a lot of money any more by this product of international crime. Your friend would never spend his money for such a witches' brew if he/she knew ducks and geese held in fois gras farms live in the worst conditions and under heavy violence of daily forcible pumping of 1-2kg fat and grain using a metal tube pressed into their throats: www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5X4aYOkrcA
    You never need to try such a fatty mess!

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