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Anthony Bourdain loved his rich dishes of pork, lobster and foie gras – Martin Picard’s recipes of excess and indulgence




Meat-eating foodies have been enamoured of Martin Picard’s Au Pied de Cochon ever since the restaurant opened in 2001, in Montreal, Canada.Even before Anthony Bourdain visited it in 2006 for an episode of No Reservations, the restaurant was famous for its unabashed excess, which seemed to include putting foie gras in just about every place where it might possibly fit.A Canadian friend told me about visiting the restaurant and clashing forks with her husband as each one tried to get the last…



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