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.
Are you missing out on veal for dinner? No longer! This veal top round cut is versatile, easy to work with, and the basis for many traditional recipes. Read on to learn about this cut and get 3 recipes that will inspire you to cook some veal.
Duck legs don’t always get the appreciation they deserve. But that’s about to change. Our Pekin duck legs are just right for a single serving. They are tender in texture and mild in flavor, with skin that crisps up beautifully. Read on to learn more, and get the recipes.
Have you tried porcelet? If not, it’s high time. Porcelet – known as cochon de lait in France – is a type of suckling pig that is raised on milk. This highly regarded delicacy in Europe is hard to find in the United States. But there’s good news for the pork lover! Porcelet is exclusively available at D’Artagnan. Read on to learn more about this succulent pork and how you can enjoy it at home.
Are you looking for a new steak to grill? Try the outside skirt steak. Besides being among the most flavorful cuts, this long, thin piece of beef is quick-cooking, making it perfect for backyard BBQs and entertaining. Read on to learn more about this steak and get our favorite recipes.
While lamb merguez sausage is small in size, its influence is felt worldwide. The merguez sausage comes from North Africa, where it’s the sausage of choice among the Bedouin and the larger population of the region. Elsewhere, merguez is very popular for backyard grilling, Bastille Day fêtes, and everyday eating. Read on for more about this spicy sausage.
Bored with beef? Upgrade your burgers with buffalo! Our lean buffalo patties – or ground buffalo for bespoke burgers – will make your backyard grilling even better. Raised right to taste better, our buffalo meat is simply perfect for burgers. Learn a little bit about buffalo with Ariane in this video, then try our recipes below.
Are you grilling lamb this summer? Think beyond the rack with these five cuts that are D’Artagnan favorites on the grill. Treat your grill like an oven – just close the lid and use indirect heat to roast large cuts like shoulder or leg of lamb – with the added benefit of smoky flavor. Read on to discover fresh lamb cuts for summer meals.
Are you afraid to grill duck breast? Never fear, we have an easy method. This recipe includes lavender beets and pickled blackberries, making it perfect for summer entertaining. No grill? No worries, you can easily adapt this to the traditional pan-searing technique. Read on and learn how to make this easy and beautiful dish.
Our ready-to-eat charcuterie makes an instant party and is a must-have for summer gatherings, from small to large. Charcuterie is fully cooked, simple to serve and makes a beautiful presentation when paired with fruits, nuts, cheeses of all kinds, chutneys, pickles, olives, honey, and truffle butter. Read on to see how charcuterie can be a delicious part of your summer plans.