Rack of lamb makes a great meal – whether on the grill or in the oven. Here, we share 2 videos of fans cooking our lamb both ways.
Category: Tips & Tricks
Our Duck Breast 101 Will Make You an Expert in No Time
Duck breast is one of our signature products at D’Artagnan, and a perennial favorite. We often get the question: how should duck breast be cooked? If you can cook a steak, you can sear a duck breast. Read on for the easy how-to and some tips.
7 Simple and Stunning Ways to Eat Jambon All Summer
We love Jambon de Bayonne for quick summer meals. It’s a natural for charcuterie and cheese boards and aperitif snacks. This naturally cured ham – similar to prosciutto – is charcuterie with a heavy French accent. Kick back and pop the cork on a bottle of rosé – we’ve got the low down on jambon, and ideas for enjoying it this summer.
Make Easy Summer Meals with these Simple Salads
Looking for simple and refreshing summer meals? Our salad recipes – fortified with ample protein – are satisfying enough to be a meal and are great for serving at casual backyard gatherings and weeknight suppers. With grilled steak, bacon (make it in cast iron on the grill), duck confit or cold charcuterie there’s a salad for everyone here.
You Might Be Missing Out On the Best Poultry Ever
Getting tired of chicken? Try something new in the poultry department: guinea hen! We think of guinea hen as the beginner’s game bird, though it’s not at all gamey tasting. The lean meat stands up nicely to strong herbs and spices, and the approachable guinea hen can be fried like chicken, braised with herbs and root vegetables, or roasted with butter or duck fat. Read on for more about what may be your new favorite bird.
You’ll Want to Grill Chicken Under a Brick All Summer
Here’s a grilling showstopper: chicken under a brick. Known in Italian as pollo al mattone, chicken under a brick involves prepping the chicken so it lies flat and grilling it skin-side down with a weight on top. When flattened, a whole chicken will grill fast and yield crisp, golden-brown skin and evenly cooked meat. Read on and learn the easy method for making this tender and juicy chicken.
10 Ways to Make Easy Meals with Andouille Sausage
How do you andouille? At D’Artagnan, our spicy Cajun-style andouille sausage is made all-naturally with humanely raised heritage-breed pork and simple spices. Smoked over real hardwood, these ready-to-eat spicy links are delicious both on their own and added to your favorite recipes. Read on for some ideas for enjoying andouille.
How to Roast a Chicken & Eat All the Leftovers
Roasting a whole chicken might seem daunting, but it is actually quite simple. This is a basic kitchen skill that everyone should have. Not only is it a wonderful kitchen project, but a roasted chicken can feed a family and fill your house with delicious aromas. Read on for the perfect chicken recipe and ideas for eating any leftovers.
How to Make Turkey Stock and Why You Should
Before you roast that turkey, plan ahead for the bones. Don’t waste this precious part of the turkey – instead, save them to make turkey stock. Not only will you have a base for soup and sauces for months to come, but you will use every bit of that free-range, organic turkey. Read on for the easy steps.
Is the Dutch Oven the Most Useful Tool in the Kitchen?
The Dutch oven may be the most useful of kitchen tools. With this versatile cookware, you can cook in any style, whether roasting, braising, frying, or baking. Are you lovin’ your Dutch oven? Let’s explore the origins of this pot and get inspired with 6 recipes.
How to Make Your Own Meat Rubs
A seasoning rub is a wonderful way to boost flavor when cooking meat, poultry, and game – especially on the grill. Rubs can be completely dry, or made into a wet rub or paste by adding liquids. Read on for some tips and techniques for adding spice to your cooking repertoire.
Everything You Need to Know About Lamb Merguez
While lamb merguez sausage is small in size, its influence is felt worldwide. The merguez sausage comes from North Africa, where it’s the sausage of choice among the Bedouin and the larger population of the region. Elsewhere, merguez is very popular for backyard grilling, Bastille Day fêtes, and everyday eating. Read on for more about this spicy sausage.