Remembering Anthony Bourdain

All of us at D’Artagnan are devastated at the loss of Anthony Bourdain. CNN announced the news of his suicide Friday morning and our community has been reverberating with the shock ever since. Tony was not only a longtime friend of the company but was practically family to Ariane, our founder, for whom he named his daughter. Like…

5 Father’s Day Gifts for the Man Who Grills Everything

Grillers gonna grill, and if there’s a dad in your life that rules the grates, there’s just one thing to give him on Father’s Day: something to put on the grill. But not just something – give him an extra-special cut of meat that will elevate his cooking game. That’s where D’Artagnan fits into your plans….

Eat Fat, Lose Fat: 7 Keto-Friendly Recipes Anyone Can Enjoy

What is the keto diet, and why is it suddenly everywhere? Keto is short for ketogenic and refers to a metabolic state called ketosis, a natural process of the human body designed to help us survive when food intake is low. In essence, keto is a low-carb, high-fat diet plan designed to help your body…

Think You Know Chicken? Watch This Video

Chef Antoine Westermann wanted to find the best chicken “Not only in the U.S. but in the world” for his new restaurant Le Coq Rico. Working with our exclusive farm, we developed a special chicken just for him, raising old-breed birds to 120 days for best flavor. Looking to get that best-chicken-in-the-world flavor at home? Our exclusive Green Circle…

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Meatballs

Meatballs are probably one of the most widely eaten and adored foods in the world. Easy to make, affordable and ubiquitous, meatballs are a classic Italian food. Or are they?  We collected a few fun facts about meatballs for you. And if thinking about meatballs makes you crave them (we could use a bowl right…

Dinner & a Movie: Your Top 7 Food Films Paired with Recipes

We heard you. When we shared our favorite food films there were lots of comments and posts on social media about the ones we missed. The list had to stop somewhere and 14 seemed like the place to do it. But we’ve added some of your picks to round out the list with 7 more binge-worthy films…

Do these 5 Things for the Perfect Easter Ham

Are you making ham the wrong way? It seems like there’s nothing easier than heating a ham, but there are still plenty of ways to get it wrong (think Aunt Mary’s dried-out ham). Our simple tips will make all the difference when cooking your ham this Easter, and guarantee a memorable meal – for all…

3 Reasons to Eat Rabbit this Easter

Do something different this Easter and serve rabbit. You won’t be alone. Our chef clients serve more rabbit this time of year and several of our staffers are planning to eat rabbit at Easter dinner. We have often wondered why Americans don’t eat more rabbit.  After all, we are fine with eating turkey at Thanksgiving while using it…

3 Easter Mains That Are Not Ham

While ham is a classic choice for Easter dinner (and we love it!) there are plenty of fresh ideas if you think outside the smokehouse. With so many delightful options for the entree dish at your holiday table, why make the same thing every year? Here we offer 3 festive recipes that are simple to…

Easter Baking: 5 Simple Recipes for Your Holiday Brunch

Show off your baking skills at Easter brunch with one of these winning D’Artagnan recipes. Leaning to the savory side (hello, duck fat), it’s a collection of recipes that will appeal to everyone. From truffle butter biscuits and yeasty bread rolls to chicken-stuffed pastry, there’s something for every baking ability. Head to the pantry to…

Easter Sides: 5 Easy Recipes for the Best Holiday Meal

Make your best Easter dinner ever with one – or more – of these delicious recipes. From bright green vegetables with smoky bacon to a gorgeous grain salad, we’ve got simple options for your holiday table. Read on for our easy recipes that are sure to please your family and guests.