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.
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.
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.
Our easy Hollandaise sauce has a secret ingredient. Black truffle butter imparts rich, earthy flavor making this 5-minute sauce worthy of any special occasion. Just for the record, this blender Hollandaise recipe is one of our favorite kitchen hacks. Read on to get the recipe.
The quintessential side, french fries – or frites, if you prefer – are always better when made with duck fat. Something akin to alchemy happens when potatoes and duck fat get together. Golden and crispy with tender, creamy interiors and a hint of delicious duckiness, these will be the new standard against which all fries are measured. Read on for the how-to.
Unwind and enjoy a leisurely homemade lunch on the weekend with our 7 simple ideas.
Master this simple mother sauce and incorporate the creamy goodness in your cooking.
Learn the difference between our 4 ready-to-eat foie gras products and get tips on how to enjoy them!
Learn more about pâté and terrine. These classic French foods are ready-to-eat and perfect for charcuterie boards.
Make our easy recipe for cheesy bites – gougères in French – and win at hosting your next gathering. You’ll fall in love with one bite!
Find a new fat to love in the kitchen: duck fat! Discover some of the many ways to use this chef favorite.
There’s a beef renaissance going on – are you part of it? Discover the joys of grass-fed beef with our whole ribeye. Lean, densely-textured, and packed with nutrients, grass-fed beef is healthier and full of unmistakable beefy flavor. Read on to find out why you need a whole ribeye in your life. Score big and order your ribeye…