Ariane Daguin is a native of the Gascon region of France. She is the owner of D'Artagnan restaurant in New York, which specialized in the food of the French southwest. Her interest in foie gras is genuine and lifelong, as her father was the owner-chef of Hotel de France in Auch, Gascony and had a reputation for artistry with foie gras. She brought her knowledge of her father's cooking traditions and her own take on food to America. She is hear to talk to The Guys about this delicacy and the contraversy surrounding it's production and use.
Podcast Date: 6/5/2006