It’s OK to plan a Thanksgiving meal without a turkey. With smaller gatherings this year, many are looking for tasty alternatives.
Are you hosting a smaller Thanksgiving meal? We have plenty of festive options for the center of the table.
Are you a fan of squab? Not even sure what it is? Read on to learn more about this tasty little bird.
Listen to Ariane Daguin on Heritage Radio and learn all about the cuisine of Gascony, her region of France.
Chicken is the world’s favorite bird. Popular on tables around the globe – roasted, fried, poached, or barbecued – chicken is a staple of our diets. Here at D’Artagnan we have made a mission of providing you with the very best chicken. Read on for a chicken primer.
Every July 14th the French throw a celebration so big that it’s heard around the world. Known as Bastille Day or la fête nationale, the holiday marks the storming of the Bastille prison on July 14, 1789, a turning point in the French Revolution. Where there are expats and Francophiles, there will be a party – no matter what part of the world. Read on to find a way to join in the celebration.
At D’Artagnan, we are proud to work with leaders in the business of food, from professional kitchens to grocery retailers.We interviewed Judy Spires, who heads Kings and Balducci’s Markets, just before COVID-19 changed everything about the food industry. We want to share that conversation now, with an update from Judy about lessons from the pandemic. Read on for her insights.
We talked to some of the dads at D’Artagnan to see what they’re cooking for Father’s Day this year. With access to all the great products in the catalog, our enthusiastic, food-loving staffers are a good place to go for recommendations. Read on for inspiration for your own summer menus.
If you’ve been baking at home these days, you may find yourself with excess bread. It’s a good time for bread pudding, the classic way to transform less-than-fresh bread into something tasty. Our recipes are rich in protein, mushrooms, and our signature truffle butter.Easy to make, they are great for Mother’s Day brunch and for virtually cooking together if you can’t be with mom this year. Read on for 3 recipes that will make any brunch better.
Mother’s Day 2020 promises to be a whole new experience, with restaurants closed and families separated by self-isolation. It’s a time to appreciate good health, the value of simple pleasures, and to recognize all the moms for the caring role they play in our lives. In these difficult times, a good meal cooked at home is a celebration in itself, and we’ve got recipes for a Mother’s Day she won’t forget.
Are you continuing the habit of sad office desk lunches while working at home? Well, today is the time to acknowledge National Make Lunch Count Day. Make a little extra time, take a conscious lunch break and prepare something special. Or donate to an organization that is feeding front line medical workers so they can eat lunch. See below for lunch ideas and links to organizations that need your help.
Spring is the time for lamb – though it’s a year-round favorite. Serve it for Easter dinner, your Passover seder, or just because you love lamb. We’ve got all the cuts of lamb you need – and the recipes – to make any meal a tasty one. Shop dartagnan.com for lamb and so much more.