We love all the mushrooms, from ethereal maitake to sturdy shiitake and wild-foraged morels – for only a few weeks each spring. But our everyday favorite is actually a mix of cultivated organic mushrooms that every fan of fungi should have. Here at 7 ways to bring more of these marvelous mushrooms into your meals.
When was the last time you ate wild boar? This all-season meat is a great option for summer grilling and offers a distinctive flavor: lean and pork-like, but a bit more intense, with a darker color and tighter grain. Not at all meek, robust boar can stand up to strong flavors. Read on for some easy ways to bring wild boar to the table.
A good taco is one of life’s joys. With all the choices for toppings and shell, don’t lose sight of what is most important: the meat inside! We’ve got two options for unforgettable pork fillings to make taco night at home a real party. Read on for the recipes.
Breakfast is back! This is a happy side effect of spending more time – and even working – at home. Rather than a grab-and-go meal or a yogurt eaten on a train, many of us are making breakfast in the morning. Read on for 5 ways to serve eggs for breakfast – or even lunch or dinner.
Does your farmers market have corn yet? After the initial excitement and first few meals of boiled, steamed, or grilled corn on the cob, it’s time to find some fresh ways to cook with it. Read on for our favorite corn recipes that are certain to become summer classics in your home.
Is there any sweeter word than bacon?! At D’Artagnan, we take bacon very seriously. All our bacon offerings are made with heritage-breed pork belly that’s been single-smoked over real wood chips. Made the old-fashioned way – without artificial nitrates, nitrites or preservatives added – you’ll fall for this full-flavored bacon in a big way. Read on for two new varieties.
Whip together these zippy no-cook, cold sauce in a food processor. They take only minutes, and add bright flavors to grilled steaks, pork chops, duck breast, and any other meat you cook this summer. The simple ingredients yield complex flavors that will give your cooking a serious upgrade. Read on to see which one you’ll make first.
What’s on your menu for Independence Day? The parties may be a bit subdued this year, but we found 15 recipes in our collection that are perfect for gatherings of any size. Whether it’s just two of you in the backyard, or a larger group around the grill, we’ve got classic comfort foods that will make it a very tasty Fourth of July … and summer.
Looking to take your burgers to the next level? Try our easy recipe for homemade burger buns enriched with black truffle butter. The dense, rich buns are perfect for all your burger creations and will make you a grill star this summer.
Our grass-fed lamb makes a flavorful alternative to beef, and is a grilling season must-have. You’ll enjoy its distinctive, rich flavor – “lamby” but not gamey – in burgers, chili, kebabs, and more. Learn about this healthy grass-fed lamb and start planning your lambtastic menus.
Are these sliders or mini burgers? Technically, a slider is a thin beef patty cooked on a griddle with onions and pickles on top. So, these must be mini burgers because some are made with lamb, buffalo, stuffed with cheese, or wrapped in bacon. Whatever you call them, these burgers are small bites of heaven. Read on for 5 recipes you’ll want to make now.
Compound butter is a classic French preparation that combines an ingredient – truffle, basil, garlic, or mushrooms, for example – with creamy butter. Great for bread, these flavorful butters are also wonderful to have in the fridge to accompany a grilled steak, pork, lamb or veal chop, or tuck into a burger. They are so easy that we hesitate to call these recipes. So here are 7 ways you can make compound butter at home.