Eye Candy: Duck Pho with Seared Foie Gras

Leah Cohen's Duck Pho with Seared Foie Gras

 

Leah Cohen first rose to fame as a Top Chef contestant, but she proved her culinary chops with the opening of the New York Times two-starred Pig and Khao, where she serves contemporary iterations of the foods from her mother’s native Philippines. For her Beard House dinner this summer, Cohen designed a menu to showcase cuisines from several Southeast Asian countries. One of the locales on her culinary tour was Vietnam, with this show-stopping duck pho with seared foie gras. Silky, rich, and intensely flavorful, this traditional Vietnamese noodle soup was a hit with Beard House diners, pho sure

 

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JBF on the Air: Foie Gras with Michael Ginor

Michael Ginor on Taste Matters

 

On this week's episode of Taste Matters, JBF's Mitchell Davis welcomed Michael Ginor into Heritage Radio Network's Brooklyn studios to delve into the, er, rich topic of foie gras. As co-founder, co-owner, and president of Hudson Valley Foie Gras and New York State Foie Gras, the most comprehensive foie gras producer in the world, Michael is an expert on the details of foie gras production, consumption, and culinary history. In addition to the fatty-liver delicacy, Michael and Mitchell also discuss each part of the duck as it relates to food, why duck fat is so revered among chefs, and how the foie gras industry actually has lower mortality rates than any other operation. Click here to listen to the full episode.... Read more >

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Recipe: Luis Pous's Foie Gras Cuban Sandwiches

Recipe for Foie Gras Cuban Sandwiches In this unexpected twist on the Cuban sandwich, Luis Pous makes a layered filling of rich foie gras, cinnamon-scented bananas, and fiery jalapeño pesto.

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