Do You Know the Difference Between Barbecuing and Grilling?

Is there actually a difference between barbecuing and grilling? You bet there is! And those who take these things seriously will be quick to point them out.  Here we outline the very simple differences between these two methods of cooking meat.

Do You Wonder What D’Artagnan Staffers Like to Cook?

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. 

5 Unexpected Types of Poultry Perfect for the Grill

Is grill fatigue setting in? Forget about boneless, skinless chicken breast for a moment. That’s not what your grill wants. There are better poultry options that are far juicier, tastier and satisfying. And isn’t that the goal of every grillmaster? Read on for 5 ideas for cooking poultry that will show guests that you know…

Which of These 10 Dishes Will You Eat on July 4th?

What’s on your menu for Independence Day? We combed our recipe collection and found these 10 dishes that represent American favorites and are perfect for summer parties. Try one – or more – of our recipes and celebrate the diverse flavors of America when you gather with friends and family this season. With bacon, steak,…

Guest Griller: Best Wagyu Beef Game Day Recipe

Welcome to guest blogger Mike Lang of Another Pint Please, a blog dedicated to grilling food and drinking beer. Mike is a grilled food photographer, writer, and videographer based in Dayton, Ohio, and the “Grillographer” for Weber Grills. We partnered with him to see what might come off the grill … and we were not disappointed. Here is Mike’s first…

Your New Favorite Film: Barbecue

Calling all BBQ fans! This is the summer blockbuster you’ve been waiting for. Australian filmmakers Matthew Salleh and Rose Tucker traveled the world to explore methods and cultural importance of barbecue.  The resulting documentary film, Barbecue, premiered in March at SXSW in Austin, TX, and has just been released on iTunes and Google Play. It will be available…

These Ribs Will Make You a BBQ Hero All Summer

This time of year we all get excited about outdoor cooking, whether it’s grilling or smoking. And ribs are one of our favorite things to cook outside. If you’re planning a Father’s Day cookout, or just gearing up for the summer season, read on for some tips.  

Another Reason to Eat BBQ!

Who loves barbecue? We do! May is National Barbecue Month … and the kickoff to a summer season of delicious BBQ meats. We cannot get enough of smoky, tender, fall-apart BBQ. And this May, we intend to celebrate in style. You are certainly aware that there is a difference between barbecue and grilling. If not,…

Celebrating the First Anniversary in Our New HQ

Our first anniversary in our spacious Union, NJ headquarters was marked with a celebration that included our neighbors and customers, our staff, their family members, and the mayor of Union. Have a look at this little video to see what a grand day it was!   Naturally there was lots of good stuff to eat….

Top 5 Reasons to Grill with D’Artagnan

With Memorial Day kicking off the start of grill season, it’s time to start thinking about the meat you choose … because quality matters. Everything we do at D’Artagnan is based on the idea that when you raise animals well – responsibly, with room to roam, natural feed, and no antibiotics or hormones – you…

Planning a Pig Roast

For those who like to eat – and to cook – nothing says “serious party” like a suckling pig. Any gathering with a whole pig at the center becomes the day’s event, and will be remembered and talked about fondly. After all the prep work and the lighting of the coals comes the roasting, with…

Regional American BBQ

Ah, America the beautiful. Mom, apple pie, baseball, purple mountains majesty. There’s much to be culturally proud of, if you’re an American, even though our dear nation is relatively a baby compared to other countries around the globe. And while many of the things we love to eat in these United States have been borrowed…