We'll let Tramonto and Trotter, both Beard Award-winning chefs, settle this tiff on their own. But the fact their dispute was front-page news in Chicago underlines the gathering storm that may soon envelop both the production and serving of foie gras. Its opponents have already proven to be politically astute. There are but a handful of foie gras producers in the U.S., the percentage of U.S. diners who have ever plunked down $15-$20 for a foie gras appetizer in a high-end restaurant is ...

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