Watch: Making Duck Breast with Ariane

The Daily Meal visited Ariane in her home kitchen to film her cooking duck breast, and to learn about D’Artagnan’s proprietary Rohan duck. Because she is so knowledgeable, any conversation with Ariane is likely to turn into a fascinating discussion, with facts about food and farming. In this video she shows how to sear a duck breast,…

New Arrival: Lamb Rib Chops

Two chops are better than one … and that’s the philosophy behind our new grass-fed lamb chops. These meaty, double-cut lamb rib chops each contain two rib bones and are perfect for grilling, or pan searing anytime. Our new lamb chops are “frenched” and “cap off,” which means that the rib bones have been cleaned of…

Memorial Day Recipes for the Grill

If you’re dusting off the grill for Memorial Day, you may want some fresh recipes to try for the beginning of cookout season. Hey, we’re big fans of the burger, but some occasions deserve a more elevated menu. If the guests at your Memorial Day party are more demanding, you can certainly please them with…

5 Finger Food Recipes for Parties

What’s cooking this Memorial Day? If you’re hosting the party this holiday weekend, try one (or several) of our finger food recipes. While the burgers grill or the ribs smoke, the crowd needs something to nibble on while drinks are poured. These are a few of our favorite party food recipes. 1. Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Jalapeños…

5 New Burger Recipes to Make You Hungry

The burger mania at D’Artagnan is high as National Burger Month continues. Inspired by the theme, we developed some new burger recipes, and can’t wait for you to try them. Perhaps at your Memorial Day grilling party? We recently added ground lamb to our website, so naturally, we’re using it for burgers! And we’ve adapted…

Grilling Steaks: Basic Tips & Recipes

Memorial Day is called the unofficial start of the outdoor cooking season, and it’s a sure indication that things will be getting smoky. There’s a whole summer of grilled everything to look forward to… The steak is a classic choice for grilling, and one of our favorites. We have many kinds of steak to choose…

Simple Rabbit Recipes You Need to Try

Confit, or not confit?  That is the question … but also, what is confit, anyway? Confit refers to the process of slow cooking and storing food in fat, and comes from a French word that means “preserved.” In the confit method, meats are cooked in fat (best choice is duck fat) for a long time…

10 Ways to Cook with Chorizo Sausage

There are different types of chorizo; either fresh sausage, which should be cooked before consumption, or smoked and cured sausage, which is fully-cooked and ready-to-eat. D’Artagnan chorizo is a Spanish-style sausage, smoked and fully-cooked. It is made with heritage-breed pork, and is spicy and garlicky, with a bold smoky flavor from paprika, which also imparts…

All About D’Artagnan Mousse

Mousse is a French word meaning “lather” or “foam.” It can refer to a foamy hair product, or a decadent chocolate dessert. But let’s not get confused by chocolate mousse here. The mousse at D’Artagnan is definitely savory in nature. When we say mousse, we mean liver mousse–an emulsified liver product, with a light, airy…

Creamy Mushroom Soup Recipe

Ditch the can, ban the box – creamy mushroom soup is easy to make at home with healthier, tastier results. In this simple recipe we used our Organic Chef’s Mix Mushrooms, but any combination of our cultivated organic or seasonal wild mushrooms will work too. The addition of our favorite ingredient – black truffle butter…

Venison: The Other Red Meat

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…

Food Fight: Berkshire Pork vs. Kurobuta Pork

Let’s clear up the confusion about Kurobuta pork and Berkshire pork. Kurobuta – which means “black pig” in Japanese – is better known as Berkshire pork in the English-speaking world. So is there a difference between Kurobuta and Berkshire pork? Nope. The juicy pork comes from the same type of pig; an old English breed, distinctively black,…