Cooking Quail on Instagram

Are you following us on Instagram? We love to see what’s cooking – in both pro and home kitchens. We noticed some lovely quail dishes being posted by our chefs and clients, and we wanted to share them with you.

Follow us on Instagram to see fresh cuts like these every day. Please share your own kitchen victories with us, so we can feature your food in a future blog post.

But for now, just feast your eyes on these quail  … and if you’re feeling inspired, shop quail at dartagnan.com.

Chef Rich Silvia at the White Horse Tavern in Newport, RI made quail for brunch with chorizo and manchego waffles. In other news, we might be going to Newport for brunch.

IG Quail Chef Rich Silvia

Most of the staff at D’Artagnan like to cook, and use our products frequently. Peter, who supports our New York sales team, recently marinated and roasted whole quail and posted to Instagram.

IG Quail Peter-n-dartagnan

Tosca restaurant in Hingham, MA made springtime quail stuffed with morel mushroom risotto, and shared a behind-the-scenes shot from the kitchen.

IG Quail Toscahingham.jpg

80 Thoreau, in historic Concord, MA served these scrumptious pan-roasted quail with stuffed cabbage, and gave us a peek.

IG Quail 80 T Menu.jpg

Chef Jeremy Waybright in VA shared his dry-aged quail with foie gras, celery root and brie. This juicy dish is making us crave quail.

IG Quail Jeremy Way 75

Chef Putnam shares stunning plates and kitchen action at the HGU hotel in NYC in his Instagram feed, and this quail dish is an example.

IG Quail Chef Putnam HGUNYC

When was the last time you cooked quail? Look at our quail recipes to get inspired and order yours today.

Let us know how you do in the kitchen. Post photos on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest and tag @dartagnanfoods so we can applaud your efforts.

Featured photo: Roast Quail in Beet, Apricot & Tomato Chutney, Recipe: Daniel Boulud

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s