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What is Foie Gras and how it is made?

World’s famous delicacy Foie Gras has a French origin. It was there tradition of eating duck liver, fattened by gavage technology, got very popular and found its development. Since then all leading manufacturers of Foie Gras manually fed Moulard ducks using a natural organic feed.

Traditional recipes of Foie Gras Duck considered as rillettes, parfaits and torchons. The section also contains dishes based on compoundings improved with the addition of Armagnac, Ice cider and Truffles.

Ducks also produce a number of other tasty and healthy products. Rate special flavor of breast meat and duck legs, or try how the addition of valuable duck fat can improve palatability of usual meals.

The Marky's collection presents alike fresh products requiring urgent use, and easy to store canned food, that can help you create a fast dinner at any moment. Foie gras appetizers from duck and goose liver help add elegance to your banquet. Here you can buy foie gras products of different manufacturers including Rougie, Hudson Valley Foie Gras USA.

Whatever type of product you have chosen, Marky's guarantees you flexible terms of delivery and reasonable prices.

Moulard is a unique duck breed famous due to its ability to produce liver of the highest quality. On the spacious high-tech Canadian farms Moulard Ducks get all the necessary nourishment and care to provide thousands of American families with such popular delicacy as Foie Gras.

In this section you will find a variety of products from duck liver, which has a vivid and rectilinear taste, unlike of the goose one, which is characterized by a delicate and creamy flavor. However, most culinary specialists use duck foie gras, because of its rustic taste bouquet.

Leading manufacturers as Rougie Foie Gras or Hudson Valley take care of your convenience and have developed a range of products including both whole foie gras, a variety of semi-finished products like duck foie gras terrine for home cooking and fully prepared meals.

Whichever product you choose, remember a few rules of serving the delicacy.

The first, dishes of foie gras don't allow excesses. The distinctive and bright taste of duck liver appears at minimum cooking.

Buy duck liver, combine it garnished with vegetables and serve with fruit sauce. The sweet taste of berries harmoniously complements dishes of foie gras.

Finally, chilled glass of French dessert wine is an excellent company for tender delicacy. Bon Appetit!

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