Ron Levi, whom this ultra-serious CBS news report bills as "one of the best doughnut chefs around," created the gimmicky line of sweets sold at Psycho Donuts in California. He's now also been threatened with physical violence and more for announcing plans to serve foie gras today. Levi says he was just looking to do something nice for National Doughnut Day, which is not a real thing but is nonetheless celebrated by most everyone who makes a living selling doughnuts. Psycho Donuts has more than 30 kinds to begin with, but somehow he settled instead on making "Foie Bombs," foie grasmousse-filled bombolone topped with crispy sage and a honey-fig-balsamic gastrique. Foie gras is illegal in California, of course, which is why the proprietor has to give it away at no charge and also the reason why he had to stash his foie in a "secret location" when the threats came in. What's the point of all this? Grab your gavage tube, and let's find out.