Find something new to serve this Fourth of July with our recipes. For this lineup, the bacon cheeseburger is reimagined with ground venison, and chili is made with duck charcuterie. Try one of them and discover a new favorite for summer gatherings. Read on for the recipes and start planning your Fourth of July meals.
Looking for an easy recipe for summer parties? Try our wild boar shoulder, made tender in the slow cooker (hands-off cooking!), then shred it for sandwiches, tacos, nachos, or whatever you like. Try it slathered with sauce and served with coleslaw and mac and cheese, or make the BBQ sliders in the recipe below.
Are you looking to make a lean but tasty burger? Try our ground turkey. Raised right on small Amish farms, it just tastes better. With a balanced blend of dark thigh and lean white meat, it provides rich flavor moist turkey while remaining lean. Learn more about our turkey with Ariane in this video, then try our recipes below.
Make mushrooms a part of your party plans this summer with our fun and easy recipes. Mushrooms may not be first on your list this season, but these dishes will show you they have a lot to offer grilling and backyard parties. Read on for 7 recipes you’ll want to bookmark.
Are you looking for a special way to celebrate dad on Father’s Day? Try making him this incredible buffalo burger topped with bacon, an egg and zesty mayo inspired by our favorite morning cocktail. Looks like brunch just got a little spicier. Read on for the recipe and learn how to make this bistro classic.
This isn’t an ordinary liver and onions recipe. You can make our sandwich with chicken and turkey liver mousse – and blanched asparagus – in 15 minutes. Just because you don’t have a lot of time doesn’t mean you should compromise on quality. Turn to our charcuterie line for ready-to-eat options that are easy to use in recipes like this one. Read on for a satisfying sandwich that’s way better than take-out.
During grilling season do something a little different and make kebabs. Kebabs are a great party food because you can make a mixed variety to satisfy different tastes, assemble them ahead of time, and get the kids involved in the assembly (put ’em to work). Read on for your kebab primer.
This easy salad recipe has strong Thai flavors that hit all the right notes – sweet, spicy, tangy, and rich. We used Wagyu beef NY strip steak but pork tenderloin, buffalo steak, or duck breast would be equally delicious. Mmm … we’re definitely trying duck breast next. This colorful, crunchy salad makes a quick, fresh meal, great for weekend gatherings or weeknight dinners. Low on carbs, high on flavor! Read on for the recipe.
Are you looking to refresh your grill routine? After all, you can’t serve burgers and dogs all summer. Choose wild boar, venison, quail, lamb or Wagyu for those occasions that demand more elegant options. From Memorial Day weekend to the last cookout of late summer, here are 7 recipes that will serve you well all season. Pin them for later.
Meatballs are probably one of the most widely eaten and adored foods, and every culture has their own version. When made bite-size, meatballs are also a classic party food. For something a little different, we have 3 meatball recipes for you that are made with venison, buffalo, and lamb. They offer big flavor in small packages, best enjoyed on the end of a toothpick. Read on for the recipes.
This chicken recipe couldn’t be easier! It’s prepped, cooked, and served in one pan, which makes it perfect for busy weeknights. With fingerling potatoes, whole garlic, tart lemons, and fresh herbs, this chicken drumstick recipe is a winner. Read on for the details.
Think outside the board with these recipes that feature charcuterie as a main or complementary ingredient. While ready-to-eat charcuterie is great on its own, it’s also an ideal flavor booster, offering rich umami notes to a variety of dishes. Read on for 5 satisfying charcuterie recipes.