What do you eat during a heat wave? No-cook choices are best and we have some great options and ideas. Step away from the stove and read on for our suggestions.
Happy Presidents Day! We’ve done extensive internet research on presidential preferences in food. As a result, we now have a game plan in case any of our presidents come over for dinner. Read on for some fun insights into the favorite foods of our presidents – along with some recipes.
Have you experienced the pleasures of Serrano ham? In Spain, this ham is a part of life, served in bars, restaurants and found in virtually every home. Now you can bring it into your everyday eating routine with our pack of sliced ham. Read on for more info about this culinary classic that’s so easy to love.
We love Jambon de Bayonne for quick summer meals. It’s a natural for charcuterie and cheese boards and aperitif snacks. This naturally cured ham – similar to prosciutto – is charcuterie with a heavy French accent. Kick back and pop the cork on a bottle of rosé – we’ve got the low down on jambon, and ideas for enjoying it this summer.
We love eating charcuterie and find reasons to cook with it often. Charcuterie describes a very practical process – preserving all the parts of an animal – and a category of edible delights. Fully cooked, cured or smoked meat, charcuterie is easy fast food, but also a useful ingredient in recipes. Read on for 7 tasty recipes that showcase charcuterie.
In order to cook like the French, you need the right ingredients. For instance, our bistro ham – an unsmoked variety made with Berkshire pork. Bistro ham – sometimes called jambon de Paris (literally Paris ham) – is a specialty of French charcuterie and a fixture in casual eateries. This is the unique ham used in sandwiches like croque monsieur and madame, as well as other French favorites. That’s why our bistro ham is required eating. Read on for 5 French sandwich recipes you can enjoy with our bistro ham.
Charcuterie is the cornerstone of a good life. This French word refers to any meat product that is smoked, cured or cooked. Familiar items like bacon, sausage, ham, and salami would all fit in this category, as would pâté, confit, and terrine. You can eat many types of charcuterie right from the package, or use them as starring ingredients when cooking. These 5 simple recipes with charcuterie are comfort food classics you’ll crave.
Our ready-to-eat charcuterie makes an instant party and is a must-have for summer gatherings, from small to large. Charcuterie is fully cooked, simple to serve and makes a beautiful presentation when paired with fruits, nuts, cheeses of all kinds, chutneys, pickles, olives, honey, and truffle butter. Read on to see how charcuterie can be a delicious part of your summer plans.
This isn’t an ordinary liver and onions recipe. You can make our sandwich with chicken and turkey liver mousse – and blanched asparagus – in 15 minutes. Just because you don’t have a lot of time doesn’t mean you should compromise on quality. Turn to our charcuterie line for ready-to-eat options that are easy to use in recipes like this one. Read on for a satisfying sandwich that’s way better than take-out.
Think outside the board with these recipes that feature charcuterie as a main or complementary ingredient. While ready-to-eat charcuterie is great on its own, it’s also an ideal flavor booster, offering rich umami notes to a variety of dishes. Read on for 5 satisfying charcuterie recipes.
Learn more about pâté and terrine. These classic French foods are ready-to-eat and perfect for charcuterie boards.
Our French-style pancetta adds depth of flavor and delightful texture to these easy recipes.