How to Make Ham & Cheese Sandwiches like the French

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.

How to Serve Caviar at Your Party

Caviar is an elegant addition to a party during the holidays or any time of year.  Here we will give you some simple ideas for serving this classic and allowing the natural flavor of the caviar to shine.  Read on for our caviar service tips.

How to Make Roasted Chicken Extra Fancy

Take simple roasted chicken to the stratosphere with a luxurious twist. This recipe uses black truffle butter and fresh black truffle slices, which are layered under the skin. The result is an ultra-juicy bird that’s full of truffle flavor. Read on for the recipe.

Something for Every Food Lover on Your Gift List

We’re making gifts for foodies easy this season. Even if you’re not a hardcore food lover, this list will make it easy for you to impress those who are. You’ll find something for the griller, fermenter, baker, coffee obsessive, and the carnivore … among others. Read on for 10 gifts that foodies are sure to love. 

Your $50 and Under Gift List for Food Lovers

Find inspired and tasty gifts for all your favorite foodies. From the edible to the incredible, there are options to impress and delight bakers, cooks, eaters, and drinkers. Read on for the list.

Don’t Miss Out on the Best Turkey for Thanksgiving

These are the last days to order a fresh D’Artagnan turkey and have it delivered to your doorstep before the big day. Our turkeys are featured on menus at many restaurants across the nation, and you can Thanksgiving like a pro with a D’Artagnan turkey on your table. Read on to choose the right bird

5 Amazing Mains that Can Replace Turkey at Thanksgiving

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. 

Are You Considering a Heritage Turkey for the Holiday?

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 Wagyu A5 Could be the Best Steak 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.

How to Choose a Turkey for Your Thanksgiving Table

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. 

Making History: Toulouse-Lautrec’s Recipe for Wild Pigeon with Olives

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. 

Find Out How Easy it Can be to Cook with Charcuterie

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.