Men’s Health Magazine took notice of our venison recently, which they consider the best red meat. Not beef, not lamb – but venison. Lean and hearty without being gamey, full of nutrients and flavor, with unexpected tenderness … our venison is something special.
About Our Venison
As free-range as it gets without being wild, our venison comes from a certified cooperative in New Zealand where the deer roam in wide-open spaces, and feed on tall-grass pastures in a pristine environment. Their 100% grass diet and stress-free lifestyle contribute to the tender texture that surprises many game meat fans. The flavor is more mild than hunted venison, and the lean red meat offers rich nutrients along with great taste. Of course, no antibiotics or growth stimulants are ever used.
Our professional chef clients love to serve D’Artagnan venison. But it doesn’t take a culinary genius to turn venison into a beautiful meal. Have a look at our venison recipes for inspiration.
Think of venison as an all-season meat. Take it out to the grill in the summer and serve with a fresh salad or charred vegetables. Because it is so lean, it’s best to serve venison on the rare side.
Come fall and winter, sear venison stove-top, and pair with seasonal root vegetables, chestnuts or dried fruits. Roast a whole rack, swaddle venison loin in puff pastry for a classic Wellington, or slow cook venison stew meat for a rich, savory meal.
In spring, venison is bold enough to take the strong flavor of ramps, and yet works with tender asparagus and butter lettuce.
You simply can’t go wrong with venison. Here are some reviews of D’Artagnan venison, posted by happy customers.
Our popular Venison Rib Chops are available in a pack of four, and cook up fast for an easy meal.
Very flavorful. I pan seared them and served with a mushroom red wine reduction. This was my wife’s first experience with venison. We loved it. – Michael, from OR
Ready to try venison? Explore our venison cuts at dartagnan.com and find a way to add venison to your dinner plans.
If you are already enjoying our venison, add to the conversation here in the comments. Let us know what cut you enjoy most, and how you cook it.