You've heard of the double-double animal style, but have you heard of the double duck burger?
In the spoof video above, comedian David Ury reveals this top-secret In-N-Out menu item, which layers thick slices of foie gras on top of a double-double burger.
But why would he share such a closely-held secret with the rest of the world?
"Changes in California law mean that one of these menu items is going to be eliminated come July 1st," explains Ury, "so it's now or never."
We've gotta say -- Ury's spoof burger had our mouths watering. But unless you can score fresh foie gras to make your own double duck, head to Animal in the Fairfax district. Their loco moco dish, which layers a slab of foie gras on top of spam and a burger, may be the closest thing you'll ever get to a double duck.
This new-ish nouveau French bistro in Hollywood offers a foie gras supplement to its prix fixe menu more or less every night. The cold foie gras torchon is expertly prepared and served with a fresh fruit gastrique, toast and a small seasonal salad. papillesla.com Photo courtesy of Facebook: Papilles
Sure its received a lot of press but, despite that, the peanut butter, jelly and foie gras donut lives up to expectations. The foie gras mousse lends a rich earthy savoriness to the sweet treat. umamicatessen.com
Jose Andres' expertly-prepared foie gras torchon is perched on a stick and wrapped in fresh sweet cotton candy. It's simple, delicious and shouldn't be missed. thebazaar.com Photo via Flickr: tannazie
On a menu that features multiple foie gras options, Animal's take on the Hawaiian comfort food classic loco moco stands out. A burger patty topped with seared foie gras and slices of fried SPAM, served on a bed of rice and all smothered with teriyaki gravy, it's absolutely decadent. animalrestaurant.com Photo courtesy of Animal
Chef Josef Centeno's chicken liver and foie gras mousse is surprisingly light and perfectly paired with toasted bread and kumquat. It's not the flashiest preparation but its simple elegance is delicious. bacomercat.com Photo courtesy of Baco Mercat