These 3 Foie Gras Recipes Will Make You a Kitchen Hero

It’s no secret that searing foie gras is super easy. But your guests don’t have to know that with these elegant and fall-ready recipes. With seasonal fruits like cranberries, pear, and the inevitable flavor of pumpkin spice, we’ve got some sure-fire hits for your next dinner party. Or save this post for holiday meal planning…

Cook Like a Chef: How to Sear Foie Gras

Foie gras. Two short words, one long culinary history. Foie gras (fwah grah) is French for “fatty liver,” and refers to the fattened liver of a duck (or goose), considered a delicacy around the world. Made famous in France, foie gras is a traditional food known to mankind since at least Ancient Egypt. Foie gras is…

Foie Gras, Oh, You Sweet Thing

Foie gras is usually seen at the dinner hour, and served as a savory dish. But there’s a sweet side to foie gras that you may be missing. D’Artagnan client Faun, a restaurant in Brooklyn, NY, has surprised the food literati with foie gras French toast, served at brunch with walnuts and maple syrup. Gothamist reports on…

Foie la-la-la-la!

It’s the most wonderful time … to enjoy foie gras! In France, more foie gras is consumed during the holiday season than any other time of year. Traditionally, a goose would be fattened up for the holiday meal and the liver – the foie gras – enjoyed as an extra  bonus. Today it’s a lot…

Perfect Mother’s Day Brunch: Waffles … or Foie-ffles

What’s better than chicken & waffles? Foie gras & waffles, bien sûr! Our recipe for foie-ffles (yeah, we made up that word) combines seared foie gras with fresh strawberry waffles, strawberry sauce, and tart balsamic syrup. They’re perfect for a special occasion brunch … let’s say for Mother’s Day. Don’t be nervous about searing foie gras…