The Foie-cicle: A Cold Summer Treat

You’re spoiling your dessert with all that dinner!

Waiters at Michelin-starred Band of Bohemia in Chicago warn patrons to “save room for dessert” because that dessert could be a foie gras popsicle, AKA the foie-cicle.

This unusual desert takes three days to prepare, contains 2 ounces of foie gras whipped with baked bananas, and is coated in dark chocolate. They make only 40 at a time, and they sell out the batch over an average weekend. Customers are responding positively – and we wonder: would you eat it?

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For more details on this extraordinary frozen treat, check the full article (with more photos) here.

But it doesn’t end there. Foie gras is an ingredient that inspires chefs to invent. Read about the famous foie gras French toast at Faun in Brooklyn. Looking to join in? Try our foie gras crème brûlée recipe at home. Also, we found this recipe for foie gras ice cream, if you are feeling like a little summer fun in the kitchen.

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