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Announcing foie gras dinners

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TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. andamp;#8212; Gluttony Catering is proud to announce a new series of gourmet dinners with Chef Scott Boyd andamp; The Renegade Grub Society. andamp;#8220;Save the Foie Grasandamp;#8221; andamp;#8212; A four part series from North Lake Tahoe to San Francisco highlighting and promoting foie gras before the California ban takes effect in July. Over the course of the next eight months they will be pairing Foie Gras with local farms, foie gras producers, vineyards and other great chefs.The Foie Gras Dinners Part 1:The first of Gluttonyandamp;#8217;s Save the Foie Gras Dinners will take place in North Lake Tahoe Feb. 4, 2012. Join Gluttony as they serve up some of their finest dishes featuring foie gras in all ways and forms. Gluttonyandamp;#8217;s Pastry Chef Heather Boyd promises the people two desserts using the mighty foie gras, in addition to the other five courses of the all foie gras menu from Chef Scott C. Boyd.This is your chance to rub elbows with industry insiders, locals and foie gras lovers alike. This promises to be an extra special night with the Renegade Grub Society joining forces with the Gluttony Catering Crew to bring you an evening of over-the-top, over indulgence.This is in response to the banning of foie gras in California set to take effect in July 2012.This is part one of a four-part series. You are invite to join them as they head west from Tahoe to wine country and finally the Bay Area. chefscottboyd@gmail.com.andamp;#8212; Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com