New York City-Based Bar Do or Dine Sells an Unusual Foie Gras Dish

By: Alyson Wyers - Jul 15, 2015
References: doordinebk & refinery29
People put all kinds of weird things in donuts these days, but this foie gras dish might just take the cake. From New York City "punk-rock outpost" Do or Dine, the Foie Gras Donut contains a French delicacy that symbolizes luxury as it's made from a duck or goose liver that was specially fattened.

The snack appears on the restaurant's menu as a Dough and Dine collaboration. The richness of the foie gras dish pairs surprisingly well with the fried dough. The donut appears to be topped with powdered sugar and might also have a berry jelly filling. Whether you go to the Bed-Stuy eatery for brunch or dinner, the treat makes a great appetizer.