Foie gras lovers in California can rejoice after a federal judge on Wednesday blocked the state’s ban on the sale of the fatty duck and goose liver.
A federal appeals court has upheld California’s ban on selling foie gras.
An animal rights group has filed a lawsuit claiming a Hermosa Beach restaurant is ducking the state’s foie gras sales ban by offering the duck liver delicacy as a complimentary side dish.
A federal judge says California’s ban on foie gras can stay in place while a lawsuit seeking to block enforcement of the law that ended the force-feeding of ducks in the state moves forward.
Animal rights groups plan to protest a Santa Ana restaurant Saturday night during a scheduled foie gras eating contest, which would test California’s ban on the delicacy.
There’s a ban on the sale of foie gras in California but at least one Hermosa Beach restaurant is challenging the law by serving the delicacy — but not charging for it.
New laws take effect Sunday, including Pasadena’s citywide ban on plastic bags and a statewide ban on foie gras.
Car buyers, ducks and geese, and those in search of tattoos or body piercing all get increased protections under new laws that take effect July 1.
The next seven days will be great for foodies, rock fans, and extreme sports enthusiasts. In other words, just another awesome week in L.A.
After a tense battle in kitchens across California, Foie gras officially will be taken off the menu statewide on July 1.
Here are six of the most interesting preparations of foie gras served in Los Angeles. Savor that buttery goodness while you still can – legally, that is.
Some famous chefs staged a food fight in Santa Monica Monday night, battling a new state law that bans foie gras, a popular French delicacy that some people say involves animal cruelty.