What is paillard? It’s the French culinary term that refers to a thin piece of meat made flat by pounding. Any type of deboned meat can become a paillard, but it often refers to veal or chicken. Once you master this straightforward technique, you’ll have delicious weeknight dinners on the table in no time flat. Read on to learn the method.
This omelette recipe is a celebration of our favorite flavors of spring: earthy morels and pungent ramps. Foraged in the wild, these foods bring a taste of the forest to your table. Garlicky ramps are available for a limited time only, so enjoy them while you can. Read on for the perfect omelette recipe.
If you’re lucky, you’ll have leftover ham after Easter dinner. Why lucky? Because ham is the perfect ingredient to add to so many dishes – and it’s super easy to cook with. Read on for several delicious ideas that we hope you will try with ham.
Are you enjoying the first greens from the farmers market? Fresh ramps with dirt still clinging to their roots, coiled garlic scapes and crisp fava beans are all signs that spring is here. Depending on your location, some of these early seasonal greens will be available now – or soon! Read on for the perfect proteins to make your farmers market haul into a meal.
Are you looking for a fun way to serve eggs at Easter? Try one of our Easter egg recipes for grownups. They’re not the usual chocolate or dyed eggs, but rather delightful morsels made with diminutive quail eggs. Good things come in small shells, and that’s proven by our easy quail egg recipes.
Go beyond serving plain old pork, and choose Berkshire pork or our exclusive milk-fed porcelet for the perfect Easter dinner. Our pork is raised right to taste better. The results are meltingly tender, spectacular in flavor and nothing like the pale, commodity pork so common on today’s market. Read on for 5 show-stopping pork roast recipes from a super-simple rack to succulent porchetta.
There’s nothing better than a roasted leg of lamb on the table. We have several choices of lamb for your Easter dinner; grass-fed leg of lamb, available both bone-in or boneless, a sizeable bone-in Rocky Mountain leg of lamb, and a bone-in leg of our exclusive Salt Meadow Lamb. Read on to learn more about what makes this lamb so special, and get an easy recipe for roasting it.
The arrival of morel mushrooms announces spring. These wild mushrooms have long been a source of passion and culinary inspiration. A chef’s favorite, morels have an opulent, earthy flavor and texture that builds wonderful, rich sauces, but can be enjoyed simply sautéed in butter. Read on to learn more about this revered mushroom and get our stuffed morel recipe.
Our ready-to-serve medallion of foie gras is creamy, delicious and flecked with black truffles. It can be spread on almost anything, but there are other fun ways to eat it. Read on for 7 simple ideas to get more out of your foie gras medallion.
This might be the perfect salad. Chock full of chicken confit, crispy pancetta, and crunchy toasted hazelnuts, this is a salad hearty enough to serve as a weeknight meal. Paired with some crusty bread and your favorite bottle of wine, it’s just the thing for this transitional time of year. And it’s a breeze to put together. Read on for the recipe.
Nothing says “Easter dinner” like a glorious glazed ham. Find your perfect holiday centerpiece in our line of all-natural Berkshire hams, which includes a convenient spiral ham. Read on for three ham recipes that will wow your guests this Easter.
Just right for Easter brunch, these recipes bring eggs, ham, lamb, and chicken to the table in unexpected ways. Perfect for serving a holiday gathering, they are equally suited to brunch throughout the year. Read on for the recipes and find your new favorite.