These Chef Photos Are Sure to Inspire You

Do you love looking at food photos on Instagram like we do? Lately, chefs have been posting their dishes with our new, unique lamb cut – the Denver chop – and we had to share. The Denver lamb chop is from the loin with the last rib left attached. The large eye is tender and quick-cooking,…

Your New Favorite Special Occasion Roast

Let’s just say it: Berkshire pork is special. Known as Kurobuta in Japan, this is heritage-breed pork with an international reputation. It’s the Wagyu of the pork world. And now there’s a new Berkshire pork 8-rib rack available at dartagnan.com. Perfect for serving at a family meal, or any special occasion or holiday, this rack will become a…

You’ll Blow Your Top for this New Lamb Cut

Our new Lamb Volcano Shank is even better than osso buco. The shanks are larger and easier to cook, plus they make a beautiful presentation. From our cooperative in the Rocky Mountains, this lamb is raised right for superior tenderness and fresh, full flavor. You’ll get two 16 – 18-ounce shanks per package, good for individual…

Why You Need to Make These Mushroom Recipes ASAP

Did you know that D’Artagnan offers a variety of wild and cultivated fresh mushrooms? That’s right – we are more than just meat! We get daily deliveries of wild mushrooms sourced from foragers around the world and from cultivators who grow organic mushrooms for us. Our chef clients rely on us for consistent quality and freshness with…

These 5 New Hams Will Change Your Life

No longer will you wait until the holidays to enjoy a juicy ham. With 5 options and sizes, you can make ham a regular part of your meal plans. And these aren’t just any hams. D’Artagnan’s hams are made with the famed Berkshire breed pork – also known as Kurobuta pork. It’s the best choice for ham because…

It’s the Perfect Time to Make this Easy Veal Roast Recipe

It’s cooking season again … time to ease back into the roasting routine. Our French veal striploin makes a fabulous weekend roast in fall. We paired it with pancetta lardons, wild chanterelle & organic mixed mushrooms for earthy flavor, and finished with a silky pan sauce. This comforting dish is perfect for autumn and is…

The Best Ways to Eat Duck

We’ve got a thing for duck … and love all the tasty parts. If you feel the same way, read on to learn how each of the cuts can be eaten – from foie gras and duck breast to duck charcuterie of all kinds. These days nose-to-tail eating is all the rage and has become a…

This is Sure to be Your New Favorite Meal

This Berkshire pork chop has only one problem – it’s too popular. For a while now, we’ve barely been able to keep it in stock. The good news is that everybody’s favorite is now readily available, thanks to our growing cooperative of farmers. Plus we’ve improved the cut, which now offers more pork, and is consistently…

Top 10 Dishes That Will Make You Crave Chicken

We’re always looking at food. If you like to see beautiful plates that inspire you to cook – or to make a reservation at your favorite restaurant –  Instagram is the place to be. Below are some highlights from chef posts to Instagram – using our products, of course – to whet your appetite. Join us…

A Whole New Way to Enjoy Cassoulet

Cassoulet is one of those cooking projects that people think is harder than it actually is. Our easy-to-follow recipe kit has been a best-seller for years, often serving as the center of a large dinner party. This one-pot meal of beans and preserved meats with origins in Southwest France is a filling and convivial dish. Now we offer…

Find Out How People Who Love Quail are Cooking It

Curious about quail? Find out why so many people write 5-star reviews for this tiny but tasty bird. Quail works in any season and can be made quickly on the grill, in the oven, or even on the stove-top. Our semi-boneless quail consistently ranks in the top-10 favorite products at dartagnan.com. Read on for 3 simple quail recipes…

This New Product is a Best-Kept Secret You’ll Love

We’d like to introduce you to a secret cut from the duck breast: the tender. This narrow strip of duck breast is so tender that a chef usually removes it to enjoy in the kitchen, which is why you rarely see them served at restaurants. The little filet is easily removed by hand and is a delicious…