For eight nights, in the dark of winter, Jewish families around the world celebrate the Festival of Lights, better known as Hanukkah. Each of those nights will be filled with traditional rituals and foods, from lighting the menorah to eating potato pancakes. Read on for a few ideas that can take Hanukkah meals to another level.
What will you be eating on Christmas morning? After opening the gifts, serve up one of these tasty recipes. Most can be made – or prepped for the oven – ahead of time, for a convenient holiday meal. Full of flavor (and savory D’Artagnan ingredients) there’s something here for everyone – even those with a sweet tooth. Read on for the recipes.
What should you serve for Christmas dinner? Whether your family has a taste for turkey, goose, lamb or ham, there’s something here for everyone. These seven recipes are festive and just right for serving convivial holiday gatherings. Read on and plan your holiday meal.
Our hearts are heavy at D’Artagnan … because André Daguin, the father of our founder, Ariane, has passed away at the age of 84. Known around the world for promoting the cuisine of Gascony – if you enjoy seared duck breast, you can thank him – André was a man of great character, strength, creativity, and loyalty. And to those of us at D’Artagnan, he was family.
We’re making gifts for foodies easy this season. Even if you’re not a hardcore food lover, this list will make it easy for you to impress those who are. You’ll find something for the griller, fermenter, baker, coffee obsessive, and the carnivore … among others. Read on for 10 gifts that foodies are sure to love.
Find inspired and tasty gifts for all your favorite foodies. From the edible to the incredible, there are options to impress and delight bakers, cooks, eaters, and drinkers. Read on for the list.
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.
Have you got a craving for something French this Thanksgiving? Of course, Thanksgiving is not celebrated in France, so there’s no traditional menu to follow. But the French are experts at eating well and hosting convivial feasts. So we’ve taken a page from their book and collected some recipes that will bring a little joie de vivre to your Thanksgiving meal.
These are the last days to order a fresh D’Artagnan turkey and have it delivered to your doorstep before the big day. Our turkeys are featured on menus at many restaurants across the nation, and you can Thanksgiving like a pro with a D’Artagnan turkey on your table. Read on to choose the right bird
The turkey may be the center of the Thanksgiving meal, but the side dishes make it a feast. There are classics that everyone expects to see, like stuffing, mashed potatoes, and green beans. We’ve made these favorites even better with some of our signature ingredients (we call them holiday helpers). Read on for ten tasty recipes.
Are you looking to serve something different at Thanksgiving this year? Perhaps you are hosting Friendsgiving, giving you a bit more menu freedom. Think outside the turkey with these holiday main picks. Your thankful guests will delight in these alternatives, any of which will make your gathering into a feast.
Is a heritage turkey the right one for your table? These birds offer deep, old-fashioned flavor like our great-grandparents enjoyed. Read on to learn about why old-breed turkeys are showing up at more holiday meals than ever.