A Genius and Unexpected Ice Cream Flavor

We all scream for ice cream … when it has black truffles in it! This is a miracle that can happen only because black winter truffles are finally being cultivated in Australia. Since the winter down under corresponds to our summer, we can enjoy the pleasures of winter truffles in the heat of July. Which to…

Try this BLT Salad for Brunch

Even though this dish is mostly bread and meat, it’s still a salad in our book! Panzanella is a Tuscan-style salad usually made with stale bread and tomatoes. Here we added the classic American flavors of a BLT with our Hickory Smoked Bacon, bibb lettuce, and a creamy citrus dressing. Looking to use some stale…

The Latest Burger Trend: Are You On It?

Zagat has noticed a trend: the lamb burger is showing up on menus across the country. This is a trend we’ve been hoping would catch on, because we love lamb burgers! In fact, we’re eyeing the lamb confit burger at Racines NY on the Zagat list. It cooks for 12 long hours with olive oil,…

Are You Cooking with Game Sausage?

Tired of grilling brats and dogs? Break up the routine, and put some game sausages on the grill. At D’Artagnan we make several types of game sausage, each are totally unique and loaded with flavor. We offer: Wild Boar Sausage, Duck and Armagnac Sausage, Rabbit and Ginger Sausage, Venison and Cherry Sausage, and Lamb Merguez…

Try This Carne Asada Recipe for Weekend Grilling

Our steaks make killer carne asada – which literally translates to “grilled meat” – that are perfect for your next summer get-together. We made this recipe with Wagyu flank steak, but it will work well with outside skirt steak, or Angus hanger steak. Pretty much any cut of beef is fair game for carne asada. Dried…

Summer Cooking with Winter Black Truffles

Once again, we are proud to announce that we have black winter truffles in the middle of summer! That’s because Australian truffières – truffle farms – have succeeded where many have failed. After years of patience, they now produce cultivated truffles during their winter, which is June through August. Now you can enjoy the unmatched flavor of the…

3 Bánh Mì Sandwiches for Summer Suppers

The bánh mì sandwich is a a beautiful hybrid brought to you by colonialism. This popular food combines pickled vegetables and hot peppers from the cuisine of Vietnam, and a softer version of a baguette with pâté or mousse from the French culture. A darling of food lovers, the bánh mì sandwich has made its way around…

Mushroom Monday: 4 Recipes You Will Crave

We may be known for our quality meats, but at D’Artagnan we love mushrooms, too. We offer a variety of wild and cultivated mushrooms, perfect for augmenting any carnivore’s diet. For wild mushrooms, we partner with foragers and follow the seasons around the world. We also have expert cultivators grow organic mushrooms for us, so…

Make Bastille Day Party Plans

Feasts, fêtes and fireworks are the traditional ways to celebrate Bastille Day, the national day of independence in France. And where there are parties, there is food. While there is no traditional food associated with Bastille Day, many choose to eat peasant food in a nod to the proletariat nature of the uprising that Bastille…

5 Pasta Recipes You Need to Make

Simple and satisfying, pasta dishes meet our need for speedy dinners. The ultimate blank slate, pasta also gives us a chance to play with flavors (hello, truffles). We just added some new pasta recipes to the recipe collection, and wanted to share them with you. Pasta with Sautéed Mushrooms and Truffle Butter Breadcrumbs This recipe…

A Day for Celebration: National Fried Chicken Day

Today is National Fried Chicken Day! It’s the day to eat some delicious fried chicken – homemade or from the restaurant of your choice. Let’s take a closer look at this national treasure. Who made the first fried chicken? Smithsonian Magazine tells us that the first published recipe for fried chicken can be found in…

Favorite American Recipes: Food for the Fourth

Some people see D’Artagnan as French to the bone, but in fact, we are American. Our founder and owner, Ariane Daguin came to the United States determined to forge a new life for herself. So D’Artagnan is a hybrid: uniquely American, but with a French accent. In 2 weeks we will be celebrating Bastille Day,…