The 20-Minute Chicken Dish You’ve Probably Never Made

Odds are you’ve never made rillettes. This meaty spread is a French favorite, often made from pork, duck, or rabbit, and it couldn’t be simpler to whip up at home. The tasty spread can be enjoyed with bread or crackers and is often found on charcuterie boards. This recipe for creamy chicken rillettes is made with our fully-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….

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.  

People Are Talking About Duck Leg Confit

We love duck leg confit. There, we admitted it. We consider duck confit fast food at its best. Slow-cooked until tender, it is sold ready-to-eat, so you need very little prep. Find our recipes for duck leg confit, and also duck rillettes (shredded duck leg confit that is spreadable), a cousin to confit. What is…

Try this Crispy Buttermilk Fried Rabbit Recipe

Are you a fan of fried chicken? Well, here’s new way to enjoy it: with rabbit. We have a few secrets for making the best fried rabbit ever – first, start with succulent rabbit leg confit, made with our simple recipe.  The tender rabbit confit goes into spiced buttermilk and is then double-fried until double-crisp. Finish…

Thanksgivukkah Comes But Once Every 79,000 Years

You’ve surely heard. It’s being touted by the media as a once-in-a-lifetime event. The convergence of the Jewish and Gregorian calendars brings us a hybrid holiday this year: Thanksgivukkah. Hanukkah falls early this year, with the first night of the Festival of Lights on Wednesday, November 27. And Thanksgiving is later than normal on Thursday, November…