Are you a fan of the sandwich? Aren’t we all? Well, France has some signature sandwiches that you need to know about – and to try. While it will always be better in Paris, le sandwich, as it is known, is fairly simple to replicate at home. Begin with the best ingredients you can find and read on for six tasty variations of the French sandwich.
Fall is a good time to get back to the kitchen and cook. To make it even more fun, a slew of new cookbooks are coming out this season. Read on for a selection of the books we most want to add to our (already packed) shelves.
At D’Artagnan we proudly work with chefs across the country, providing them with quality ingredients to express themselves in the kitchen. In our latest chef interview, we’re excited to introduce you to Nico Abello at L’Appart in NYC. Read on to learn about this amazing French chef.
August 15th has become an unofficial holiday for the food-obsessed, as it marks the birth of Julia Child, patron saint of cooks everywhere. With her TV show, Julia inspired us to return to the kitchen, be adventurous with food, and have fun with it all. In honor of her birthday, we asked some of the staff at D’Artagnan how Julia impacted their lives. Read on and please share your own Julia memories with us.
At D’Artagnan we proudly work with chefs across the country, providing them with quality ingredients to express themselves in the kitchen. One such chef we’re excited to introduce you to is Tom Bronny at Big Delicious Planet in Chicago. The extraordinary BDP, as it is known, is a catering company, a canteen, and an urban farm. Read on to learn more about the greenest caterer in the USA and their executive chef.
The Cobb is one of America’s favorite salads. But who made the first Cobb salad? And when? Is there a single person responsible for combining all those unlikely ingredients? Read on for the fun back story, and our recipe to make your own Cobb salad, which we believe is the perfect summer meal.
In honor of Independence Day, Ariane created an edible American flag for carnivores. Consider this an antidote to all the red-white-and-blue pies, tarts, and cakes you’ll see on Instagram for the holiday. Watch our video and learn to make this simple duck and chicken roulade (with a special – totally natural – ingredient).
At D’Artagnan we proudly work with chefs across the country, providing them with quality ingredients to express themselves in the kitchen. In some cases, the chefs are close to home, as with Chef Ehren Ryan of Common Lot in Millburn, NJ. His acclaimed restaurant is just 5 miles from the D’Artagnan corporate headquarters, but it was a long and varied road that brought him here. Read on to learn more about this creative young chef who is making waves in the New Jersey restaurant scene.
Find something new to serve this Fourth of July with our recipes. For this lineup, the bacon cheeseburger is reimagined with ground venison, and chili is made with duck charcuterie. Try one of them and discover a new favorite for summer gatherings. Read on for the recipes and start planning your Fourth of July meals.
We love looking at food. If you’re like us and want to see beautiful plates created by chefs, Instagram is the place to be. Read on for some highlights of what our chefs are posting – using D’Artagnan products, of course – to whet your appetite. Join us on Instagram for a view into the many professional and home kitchens that serve D’Artagnan. Fair warning: these pictures will make you hungry.
We have a few ideas for dads who love to cook. First, of course, we suggest you give a selection of his favorite meats. And then we have a few ideas to complement dads food-obsessed lifestyle. Make him happy this Father’s Day by giving him something to cook with, and something to cook. Read on for our tasty gift ideas.
Do you live, breathe and read food? The food memoir is one of our favorite literary genres, which makes sense given our culinary obsessions. From Ruth Reichl’s most recent memoir to a 1954 classic by M.F.K. Fisher, this list of favorites spans decades of thought and experience in cuisine. Put a few of these food memoirs on your list for summer vacation reading – you won’t be sorry. Read on for a tasty summer reading list.