City councillors said animals go through a great deal of suffering for the production of the pate.
Animal rights campaigners have hailed the move, but some of Sao Paulo’s best-known chefs have voiced concern.
Foie gras, originally a French delicacy, is produced worldwide.
Several countries, including Britain, Germany, Italy and Argentina, have banned its production. But the sale of the pate is still allowed in most of them.
A Candy-Filled Challah: No Trick, But an Amazing Treat. What do you do when Halloween falls on Shabbat? Braid together your Jewish and American traditions in a sweet loaf of bread. Tablet. By Shannon Sarna, October 28, 2014.
Mérida, Yucatán, 11 de marzo de 2014.- Horas antes de recibir el Premio a la Excelencia a las Letras José Emilio Pacheco la escritora y periodista Elena Poniatowska afirmó que es un alto honor recibir este galardón y aún más aquí en Yucatán, estado al que conozco hace muchos años cuando me enamoré de sus papadzules, sopa de lima y de sus sitios arqueológicos como Chichén Itzá y Uxmal.
Theodore Zeldin, the historian and author who is a Consulting Editor for Interlitq, has been cited in “Knaidlach, talmudic style: Ancient sources and archaeological evidence reveal that home cooking was backbreaking and meals were meager in the land of milk and honey. But there were 50 ways of preparing eggs” (Ronit Vered, Haaretz, 27.09.13):
In 1979, Alan Davidson, author of “The Oxford Companion to Food,” and Dr. Theodore Zeldin, a highly regarded social historian, started the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery. Since then, food pilgrims − historians, anthropologists, sociologists, chefs, cookbook writers, journalists and lovers of gastronomy − make it their business to visit the ancient university once a year for three days of discussions, learned panels and magnificent meals inspired by the selected annual subject.