Results of The Kitchn Turkey Review

One of our favorite websites The Kitchn reviewed 4 turkeys they ordered online – including D’Artagnan Organic Turkey – and while each turkey had its merits, their final favorite was our organic bird! Read Danielle Centoni’s turkey tasting article, and order your organic turkey soon! Thanksgiving is coming, and we have limited supplies of these fine birds….

How to Truss a Turkey

Trussing is a means of binding a bird before cooking, to hold the wings and legs close to the body. This gives the bird a compact shape, often enhancing the symmetry in the process; and making for more even cooking, a beautiful presentation, and simplified carving.   Some recipes call for turning a bird during…

10 Tasty Turkey Alternatives for Thanksgiving Dinner

Are you looking for something different to serve other than traditional turkey? Friendsgiving celebrations are a good place to try a new main and we have ten delectable ideas that will make your gathering into a feast. Your thankful guests will delight in these alternatives, all of which are perfect for the center of your…

4 Ways to Make Turkey Breast for Thanksgiving

What does everyone want more of at the Thanksgiving table? If you are like most families, the answer is: white meat. But a turkey only comes with so much of that. If your family is a big one or is full white meat lovers, a turkey breast might just save your holiday meal. Serve it as a…

What’s Cooking on Instagram?

We’re always looking at food. If you like to see beautiful plates that inspire you to either cook or head for your favorite restaurant, Instagram is the place to be. Below are some highlights from chef posts to Instagram – using our products, of course – to whet your appetite. Join us on Instagram for a view into…

To Stuff, Or Not To Stuff, Your Holiday Bird

A bone of contention, or at least discussion, at the holidays is the stuffing of the turkey. Or is it dressing? There are 15,000,000 searches on Google for “stuffing or dressing,” and no end to the debate in sight. Regional language differences and family tradition dictate what you call this holiday dish. Bread stuffing cooked…

The Chicken Confit Pot Pie You’ll Be Making All Season

We have a new product – chicken leg confit – so we’ve been playing in the kitchen. Just like our popular duck leg confit, it’s fully-cooked, tender as can be, and perfect for a variety of recipes. Chicken confit cuts out the step of roasting a chicken and makes for succulent, flavorful filling in this recipe….

Should You Brine Your Turkey?

When it comes to preparing Thanksgiving turkeys, there are two camps: the briners and the anti-briners. What is brining? At its most basic, brining is submerging meat in a solution of salt and water for many hours before cooking. The purpose is to enhance the meat’s ability to retain moisture and tenderness while seasoning it….

See D’Artagnan Chicken Confit in The NY Times

That’s right, our new product – chicken leg confit – has been recognized by Florence Fabricant in The New York Times as an astonishingly versatile option for weeknight cooking. Anywhere you want to use chicken, try chicken leg confit! We couldn’t agree more. Here are a few of our ideas for cooking with chicken confit.  

Pre-Order Your Organic Turkey for Thanksgiving

By far the most popular choice at Thanksgiving, our USDA-certified organic turkeys are bursting with superb flavor, and roast up nice and crispy on the outside, with tender, meaty and moist center. The turkeys are raised free-range and fed a 100% organic, all vegetarian, non-GMO diet with no antibiotics or hormones. Treat yourself—and your family—to…

Enter the Ultimate Holiday Entertaining Giveaway!

We’ve partnered with America’s Test Kitchen and four other amazing brands to give away a grand prize valued at $10,000! The winner will receive a prize package that includes a $1,500 D’Artagnan gift card, over $4,000 in entertaining essentials, and $2,000 in cash for anything else needed to throw the ultimate holiday party. Enter the…

Savory Halloween Treats for Grownups

You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy Halloween! We think it’s entirely appropriate for adults to wear costumes and celebrate – but you have to make your own treats. Ringing doorbells will not work past a certain age. Here are a few of our favorite ideas for a sweet and savory Halloween. These…