Are you looking to serve something different at Thanksgiving this year? Perhaps you are hosting Friendsgiving, giving you a bit more menu freedom. Think outside the turkey with these holiday main picks. Your thankful guests will delight in these alternatives, any of which will make your gathering into a feast.
Is a heritage turkey the right one for your table? These birds offer deep, old-fashioned flavor like our great-grandparents enjoyed. Read on to learn about why old-breed turkeys are showing up at more holiday meals than ever.
This is the steak of all steaks. Japanese. A5. Wagyu. Few have the opportunity to savor this rarity … which is why we are excited to offer it to you. For the connoisseur who has tried the best of everything, our Wagyu ribeye steak sets a new bar. Treat yourself to a memorable experience – or give the ultimate gift. Read on for more details.
When it comes to pie, we’ll take ours savory. Isn’t it lovely how, with ground or chopped meat under the crust, a pie becomes a satisfying meal? Perhaps the most perfect comfort food, the meat pie can be found in cuisines around the world, in infinite variations. Are you ready to make a delicious meat pie at home? Get inspired and try one of our recipes below.
There are a lot of turkeys available for your Thanksgiving dinner. Which one is right for you? No matter which you choose, all D’Artagnan turkeys come from small farms that raise the birds free-range, with care, and no antibiotics or hormones. Read on to learn about the turkeys we offer at D’Artagnan.
Spicy Buffalo-style wings are always a party favorite, but we’ve upped the flavor ante to make them even better. Our secret to making Buffalo wings with a unique kick is … truffle butter. That’s right. This little trick adds a whole new dimension of richness and depth to the sauce. Read on for two versions – one for Instant Pot chicken drums and oven-baked wings.
Every night can be pasta night with these five easy recipes! Try our new favorite pasta dish: seasonally appropriate butternut squash carbonara generously flecked with crispy ventrèche. Or a classic pasta dish with creamy truffle butter and mushrooms. Truly a meal for all seasons, pasta is comfort food at its best. Read on for the recipes.
It’s wild game season at D’Artagnan! Hunted Scottish game birds are being delivered every week – and you’ve got to get them while you can. Pheasant, grouse, partridge and wood pigeon may be small birds, but the are full of flavor. Be a part of the seasonal tradition with this recipe for artist Toulouse-Lautrec’s signature dish of wild pigeon with green olives. Bag your game birds and read on for the recipe.
Charcuterie is the cornerstone of a good life. This French word refers to any meat product that is smoked, cured or cooked. Familiar items like bacon, sausage, ham, and salami would all fit in this category, as would pâté, confit, and terrine. You can eat many types of charcuterie right from the package, or use them as starring ingredients when cooking. These 5 simple recipes with charcuterie are comfort food classics you’ll crave.
While we like pork any time of the year, these 7 recipes are especially perfect for fall. Try our maple-glazed pork roast for a family meal, double-cut stuffed pork chops with cider sauce, or Instant Pot ribs with fennel. Apples, cider, sweet potatoes, fennel and walnuts all lend seasonal flavor. Read on for the pork recipes and get inspired to cook pork now!
It’s that time of year again! Wild Scottish game birds are back! This season arrives during the excitement surrounding the Downton Abbey film, and the only appropriate response is to have a lovely game dinner. Because that’s what the Crawleys would do, isn’t it? Read on and you’ll eat like the lord – or lady – of the manor.
This chicken dish is rustic comfort cooking at its best, and a great addition to your cooking repertoire. With crushed tomatoes, mushrooms and white wine contributing to a tasty sauce, easy-to-make chicken chasseur is a good choice for simple fall meals – even on a busy weeknight. Read on for the recipe.