Thursday, April 27, 2006

A New Feast For The Lawyers

"I won't be introduced to the pudding, please," Alice said rather hastily, "or shall we get no dinner at all. May I give you some?"

But the Red Queen looked sulky, and growled "Pudding -- Alice; Alice -- Pudding. Remove the pudding!" and the waiters took it always so quickly that Alice couldn't return its bow.
Dining will now be more politically correct in Le boucher de porc au monde:
Chicago has banned the sale of foie gras in its restaurants because city officials think the French delicacy is cruel to ducks and geese.

Under a city ordinance the ban will be imposed by September. Fines will range from 250 to 500 dollars for every day that a restaurant is caught serving the dish.

"It's terrible!" chef Didier Durand, proprietor of Cyrano's Bistro and a spokesman for the Illinois Restaurant Association, told AFP.

"In Chicago they banned smoking (in restaurants) now foie gras - what's next? Sex?"
Wait! Does that mean they now have sex in Chicago restaurants? I seem to have missed that on my last visit there.


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