Meet the Chef: Jeanie Roland of The Perfect Caper & Ella’s Food & Drink

At D’Artagnan we proudly work with chefs across the country, providing them with quality ingredients to express their creativity in the kitchen. In this blog post, we want to introduce a special chef who has been using D’Artagnan products for decades. Way back when D’Artagnan was young, Chef Jeanie Roland insisted on procuring the best quality, even though we weren’t really serving the Florida market at the time. Read on for the conversation with Chef Jeanie and learn about her restaurants, new cookbook and what happened after she beat Bobby Flay.

Meet the Chef: Kiran Verma of Kiran’s in Houston

At D’Artagnan we are proud to work with chefs across the nation, providing them with quality ingredients to express their creativity in the kitchen. One such chef is a very special woman named Kiran Verma, who traveled all the way from Houston to compete in our Cassoulet War in NYC last February (she won the Most…

Meet the Chef: An Interview with James Rigato of Mabel Gray

At D’Artagnan we are proud to work with chefs across the nation, providing them with quality ingredients to express their creativity in the kitchen. One of those chefs is James Rigato, who has created quite a buzz with his restaurant Mabel Gray. Since its 2015 opening, the Hazel Park, MI (a suburb of Detroit) restaurant has been…

The Best Christmas Gifts, According to Chefs

Chefs live and breathe food so you might expect them to have opinions about giving gifts of food. You would be correct. We asked some of our chef clients what they think makes a great food gift. We also inquired about what they want under the tree for themselves this year.  Read on to see…

Meet the Chef: An Interview with Ian Davis of Band of Bohemia

At D’Artagnan we are thrilled to celebrate with our chefs when they receive awards and accolades. In this case, we are excited to talk to Chef Ian Davis, who helms the kitchen at Band of Bohemia in Chicago. Not only is this the first Michelin-starred brewpub in the nation, but Chef Ian was just nominated for…

Every Foodie Will Want to Watch These Netflix Shows 

It’s binge-watching season and Netflix is catering to our every need with these shows. Some are old fav coming back for a fresh season, and there’s a new show we look forward to watching in November. Are you ready to indulge in some quality food entertainment? Read on for the top 5 shows … and…

Meet the Chef: An Interview with Brittanny Anderson of Brenner Pass

At D’Artagnan we are proud to work with chefs across the country. The food scene in America is rich, with small towns boasting some of the finest dining options. We’ve seen a number of chefs opening restaurants in their hometowns after years of cooking in big cities. Chef Brittanny Anderson is one of them, and…

Meet the Chef: An Interview with Jonah Miller of Huertas

At D’Artagnan we are proud to work with chefs across the country and learn about the innovative things they do at their restaurants. We recently spoke with Chef Jonah Miller, a New Yorker who fell in love with Basque food and opened Huertas, a pinxto bar in the East Village in 2014. The exciting Basque-inspired…

Think You Know Chicken? Watch This Video

Chef Antoine Westermann wanted to find the best chicken “Not only in the U.S. but in the world” for his new restaurant Le Coq Rico. Working with our exclusive farm, we developed a special chicken just for him, raising old-breed birds to 120 days for best flavor. Looking to get that best-chicken-in-the-world flavor at home? Our exclusive Green Circle…

Remembering Paul Bocuse

On Saturday, January 20, Paul Bocuse, the “pope” of chefs and founding father of nouvelle cuisine passed away in his sleep at the age of 91. We at D’Artagnan join the rest of the culinary world to honor his life and mourn his passing. As the undisputed master of modern French cuisine, Bocuse is revered…

Well Done, Chef Barbara Lynch!

Congratulations to our friend Barbara Lynch on being named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People! It’s a big list, and she is the only chef on it. She is in the pioneer category, for changing the Boston restaurant scene. Click through to read Padma Lakshmi’s very touching essay about Chef Barbara. Barbara Lynch is…