My favorite dishes are the foie gras and abolone or any dim sum dish.
I plan on spending the pre-Christmas season freeloading off French friends, eating their foie gras, and drinking their champagne.
All the while you should be feeling real good, like when you have a delicious and decadent meal, macaroni and cheese or foie gras.
For example, foie gras is not an indigenous food, but they are producing it in Peru today.
They were starting the first and only foie gras farm in the United States.
"Here's your foie gras—have some cress with it," said Miss Angela.
But Coralie was deep in foie gras, and paid no heed to them.
The foie gras comes from Europe, being a particular specialty of Strasbourg, Alsace.
For instance, we had quite a large supply of foie gras and larks in aspic.
Spread some foie gras on four pieces of toast; place a poached egg on each, and cover with Barnaise sauce.
1818, short for pâté de foie gras (see pate (n.2)). Pâté de foie gras (1827 in English) is literally "pie of fat liver;" originally served in a pastry (as still in Alsace), the phrase now chiefly in English with reference to the filling.