No need for black-tie formality this year – you can enjoy truffles and caviar from the comfort of home on New Year’s Eve.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve at home with comfort foods featuring truffles for a luxe touch. Crack open Champagne to pair with any of these 10 tasty recipes, from creamy white lasagna to truffle butter popcorn. It’s time to plan the ultimate cozy New Year’s Eve. Shop for your fresh black winter truffle at dartagnan.com.
Making a smaller meal this holiday season? Choose an alternative to a turkey at the center of the table and make duck, quail, chicken, or guinea hen. No matter how many people are gathered we have recipes to make the meal a memorable one – at the holidays or even a weeknight dinner.
Ham is a holiday tradition that goes back centuries. Learn about the Berkshire ham options for your Christmas table.
A holiday meal – whether on Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year’s Day – needs multiple side dishes to enter the realm of a feast. Soups, gratins, root, and green vegetables, along with stuffing (or dressing) all get the savory D’Artagnan treatment in these feast-worthy recipes.
Will 2020 go down as the year of DIY? So many people have learned new skills in the kitchen – from bread baking and fermenting to cocktail mixing – and perhaps most importantly, how to make dinner interesting every night. We’ve assembled a shortlist of gifts for those who are embracing the cook-at-home trend.
Our new standing rib roast, or prime rib, has three bones – and everyone knows that meat cooked on the bone tastes best.
We like to share film and book recommendations on our favorite topic: food. But rarely have we seen a documentary more important than Sacred Cow which makes a persuasive case for better – and sustainable – meat. As you know, that’s what D’Artagnan has been dedicated to since 1985. This independent, crowd-funded film is definitely…
Many have perfected their baking skills this year while staying home. All that work is about to pay off with Thanksgiving on the horizon. Try one of our recipes for rolls, biscuits and a very special pie crust – all use our favorite savory ingredients: duck fat and truffle butter. Each will make this Thanksgiving…
This year many people are planning smaller gatherings for Thanksgiving and looking for options for the main dish. Big thanks to Douglass Williams chef/owner of Mida in Boston for sharing his easy method for cooking a turkey breast – with truffle butter and duck fat (our favorite secret ingredients)! Watch his video below and bring…
It’s OK to plan a Thanksgiving meal without a turkey. With smaller gatherings this year, many are looking for tasty alternatives.