This year the question “why is this night different than all other nights” will have a certain poignancy. A Passover seder is meant to be a joyful meal with extended family and friends, but many will observe the holiday in isolation instead. Some will seek digital connection, with laptops and phones on the table to bring everyone together. However you observe the holiday, we have what you need to make a memorable meal.
There’s nothing like short ribs when you want comfort food. We’ve got several options – Angus bone-in short ribs, boneless short ribs, or buttery Wagyu short ribs, along with recipes for enjoying these beefy ribs. Make a large batch on a Sunday and enjoy a week of meals.
Roasting a whole chicken might seem daunting, but it is actually quite simple. This is a basic kitchen skill that everyone should have. Not only is it a wonderful kitchen project, but a roasted chicken can feed a family and fill your house with delicious aromas. Read on for the perfect chicken recipe and ideas for eating any leftovers.
Have you ever looked at bacon and thought “this could be thicker”? We know the feeling. Our new, thick-cut applewood smoked bacon is made with heritage breed pork and comes in a generous pack of 2.5 lbs. Now that’s how you do bacon. Read on for details about this epic bacon.
When you’re stuck at home with a supply of pasta it’s easy to make a speedy dinner with a few add-ons. Bacon, pancetta, mushrooms, cheese, slow-cooked veal – or what you’ve got in the freezer – can transform pasta into a comforting meal. Check dartagnan.com for the proteins you need, and read on for 7 tasty recipes that anyone can make at home.
Cooking at home is one of the most comforting activities. In stressful times, we encourage you to enjoy the soothing rituals of the kitchen. The happy results can be a roasted chicken, pot pie, Buffalo drumsticks, tender braised chicken thighs – whichever recipe you choose, a home-cooked meal will make your day.
Many of us are staying in and cooking at home these days. If you’re stocking the pantry and freezer and practicing “social distancing” this is the perfect time to batch cook. There’s something soothing and cozy about cooking at home – so enjoy it! Read on for 10 comfort food recipes that are just right for big family dinners or meal prepping.
We love eating charcuterie and find reasons to cook with it often. Charcuterie describes a very practical process – preserving all the parts of an animal – and a category of edible delights. Fully cooked, cured or smoked meat, charcuterie is easy fast food, but also a useful ingredient in recipes. Read on for 7 tasty recipes that showcase charcuterie.
Did you know you can make snacks with duck fat? Don’t limit yourself to potatoes, searing meats, and salad dressing with duck fat – explore the sweet possibilities! Find out what chefs have always known: duck fat is liquid gold. Read on for 5 snacks you’ll want to make with duck fat.
Parlez-vous cassoulet? With these recipes, you’ll get fluent in French comfort food, from simple lentil soup to classic cassoulet. There’s something for every taste with chicken and duck confit to veal and beef short ribs. Read on for the recipes.
Dinner and a movie is a classic combination for date night. For those who plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day at home, we have recipe ideas for a tasty meal and recommendations for food-centric films. After all, what could be more romantic than a movie about food?
In order to cook like the French, you need the right ingredients. For instance, our bistro ham – an unsmoked variety made with Berkshire pork. Bistro ham – sometimes called jambon de Paris (literally Paris ham) – is a specialty of French charcuterie and a fixture in casual eateries. This is the unique ham used in sandwiches like croque monsieur and madame, as well as other French favorites. That’s why our bistro ham is required eating. Read on for 5 French sandwich recipes you can enjoy with our bistro ham.