We’ve Been Waiting All Year to Make this Recipe

It might not look like much, but this is the most satisfying – and simplest – way to enjoy morel mushrooms. Traditionally morels and cream go together With their distinctive shape and honeycombed caps, morels are one of the most recognizable of the wild edibles, and the most flavorful. Because they are utterly delicious, hard to…

Our Best-Kept Secret for Eating Foie Gras

Pssst… we’re going to let you in on a kitchen secret. When you want foie gras but don’t need perfect, symmetrical slices, our foie gras cubes are the solution. These foie gras trimmings have the same rich flavor and silky texture of a whole, grade-A lobe of foie gras but at a fraction of the…

Beyond Breakfast: 5 Easy Egg Recipes You Can Eat for Dinner

Not just for breakfast, eggs are quick and convenient for both weeknight suppers and late-night meals. Versatile and nutritious, eggs are neutral enough to be paired with many foods and flavors. It’s easy to hard boil or scramble eggs (with a knob of melted black truffle butter) for an almost instant meal, but our recipes…

Meet the New Steak You’ll Be Grilling All Summer

Hello, Beautiful … Our Wagyu filet mignon is the steak of the season. At 6 ounces it’s just the right size for an entree, and so tender you can cut it with a fork. Great on the grill or in a pan, filet mignon cooks up fast and makes a big impression. This gorgeous steak will elevate the entire meal,…

Easy Everyday Cooking: Go Around the World with 5 Charcuterie Recipes

Are you cooking with charcuterie? Most likely you use smoked, cured and cooked meats in recipes without much thought. Consider a simple ham-and-cheese sandwich, pizza with sausage, bacon and eggs, melon wrapped in prosciutto – all examples of charcuterie in our daily lives. Charcuterie is a favorite around the world, and below we share 5…

Your Weekend Cooking Plan: 7 Recipes for the Week

Are you too busy to make dinner at home on weeknights? If a full schedule has you calling for take-out a little too often, consider cooking on weekends and planning for leftovers. With these 7 simple recipes you can enjoy a great meal on day one, and then several lunches or dinners in the days…

How to Make Compound Butter in Minutes with 5 Sure-Fire Recipes

Compound butter takes only minutes to prepare and makes everything it touches better. You can whip up this classic French accompaniment by combining butter with almost anything: fresh herbs, ramps, citrus zest, spices, mushrooms, chilies, miso, or roasted garlic. We even made foie gras butter (so worth it!). Use this simple technique to add flavor…

Have You Tried Any of Our 10 Most Shared Recipes?

You loved them, you shared them, you pinned them! These D’Artagnan recipes got the most social media love in March. From classic comfort foods like cassoulet and coq au vin to early spring favorites with lamb and morels, this list offers a recipe for every taste. March is an unpredictable month, where warming foods, as well…

Do these 5 Things for the Perfect Easter Ham

Are you making ham the wrong way? It seems like there’s nothing easier than heating a ham, but there are still plenty of ways to get it wrong (think Aunt Mary’s dried-out ham). Our simple tips will make all the difference when cooking your ham this Easter, and guarantee a memorable meal – for all…

3 Reasons to Eat Rabbit this Easter

Do something different this Easter and serve rabbit. You won’t be alone. Our chef clients serve more rabbit this time of year and several of our staffers are planning to eat rabbit at Easter dinner. We have often wondered why Americans don’t eat more rabbit.  After all, we are fine with eating turkey at Thanksgiving while using it…

3 Easter Mains That Are Not Ham

While ham is a classic choice for Easter dinner (and we love it!) there are plenty of fresh ideas if you think outside the smokehouse. With so many delightful options for the entree dish at your holiday table, why make the same thing every year? Here we offer 3 festive recipes that are simple to…