Take a classic comfort food dish and add something extravagant to it, and you’ll be participating in one of the hottest restaurant trends these days. From Kobe beef hamburgers to lobster mac ’n’ cheese, dishes that pay tribute to food Americans love by elevating them to luxuries have proven to be a hit with customers. One of the latest iterations of this concept is the foie gras hot dog. They’re not made entirely of the fatty duck liver, with chefs usually just ...
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