Friday, 16 May 2008

Foie Gras Is Back on the Menu in Chicago

Ban Lifted, Foie Gras Is Back on the Menu in Chicago
By MONICA DAVEY
The New York Times

CHICAGO — Foie gras, run out of town with great fanfare two years ago, is being allowed back.
On Wednesday, Chicago’s aldermen voted, 37 to 6, to repeal their ban on sales of the controversial delicacy, the fattened livers of ducks and geese. Since 2006, when this became the first major city in the United States to enact such a ban, it had been mocked by critics, including Mayor Richard M. Daley, who wondered whether aldermen should really be devoting precious time to telling Chicagoans what to eat. More ...
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