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Foie gras

L.A. Weekly Flickr Pool Reader Photo of the Day: Foie Gras Doughnut at UMAMIcatessen

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Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 2:19 PM

click to enlarge FLICKR PHOTO POOL/DARIN DINES
Call it the FG&J -- foie gras and jelly. Today's Flickr pool photo of a doughnut from & e (yes, that's the real name) inside downtown's new UMAMIcatessen comes from blogger Darin Dines. "At $8, this was probably the most expensive donut I've ever had," he writes. At least it's also picturesque, with the foie gras mousse oozing out, and peanut topping. Will maple-bacon doughnuts lose the spotlight? Maybe, maybe not. Remember that foie gras will be banned in California beginning in July. (Expect many foie gras-themed dinners until then, including one tonight at Haven Gastropub.) Got your own food shots? Consider uploading to our photo pool. Because sharing a photo doesn't mean having to share your dessert.

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