The Best Fried Chicken Recipe

The most popular chicken recipe on our site is Thomas Keller’s Buttermilk Fried Chicken.  And we can’t say that we’re  surprised. The internet loves this recipe, and so do we. Keller’s Ad Hoc restaurant is famous for this fried chicken, brined for 12 hours with herbs  and lemon.  The meat is well-seasoned, super juicy and…

When You Give a Fig …

…about eating truly ripe fruit, you need to buy it seasonally and locally. So hit the farmer’s market and bring home a little basket of figs. It’s fig season and they are perfect now, whether eaten out of hand or paired with charcuterie like Jambon de Bayonne, smoked duck breast, duck prosciutto or bacon. Mmm…bacon-wrapped figs. And then…

Eating Out? Order Green Circle Chicken Here

Have you heard about our Green Circle Chicken? It’s a very special bird – raised by Amish and Mennonite farmers in Pennsylvania who respect the old ways and treat the birds well. The free-ranging chickens eat actual vegetable scraps, from local markets and farms, that feed and nourish the birds instead of languishing in landfills….

Love Food? How Much?

Enough to celebrate National “I Love Food” Day with us?  Because some genius chose this day – September 9th – to express their deep and real love for food. And they made it official, sharing the glorious day with the rest of us.  An entire day to celebrate our eternal love: food. Are you planning your next…

Meet the Mushrooms: Velvet Pioppini

Did you know that September is National Mushroom Month? We don’t need an excuse to celebrate the wonders of fungi, but we’ll take it.  All month long, we will be talking about our friends in the mushroom kingdom. And eating plenty of mushrooms too. We recently added several new varieties of fresh mushrooms to our…

Bird is the Word of the Month

September is National Chicken Month … and we will be celebrating with chicken, chicken and more chicken. Check back for recipes, tips, and restaurants where you can try our chicken. Also, as our gift to you, shop at dartagnan.com and save 15% on all chicken through the end of September. Do you know about our…

Meet the Mushrooms: Hen of the Woods

Did you know that September is National Mushroom Month? We don’t need an excuse to celebrate the wonders of fungi, but we’ll take it.  All month long, we will be talking about our friends in the mushroom kingdom. We recently added several new varieties of fresh mushrooms to our offerings at dartagnan.com. Already a favorite among…

Top 5 Recipes for a Tasty Labor Day

Make the most of summer’s end  with our top five recipes for your Labor Day party, whether it’s a small or large gathering. And right now you can save 15% sitewide until September 2, 2016. Plan ahead and ship in time for the holiday weekend. 1. Grilled Ribeye Steak with Basil Butter Use some of that basil…

Can’t Go Back to Regular Burger Meat Now!

Have you tried D’Artagnan ground Wagyu beef yet? You might just be missing out on the burger of a lifetime. Order Wagyu beef for your end-of-summer celebrations, and make the last burger of the season the best. Gary, a foodie from Philadelphia, tried our ground Wagyu beef recently and here’s what he says … Ordered…

Is Your Chicken Air Chilled?

If You’re Not Cooking With Air-Chilled Chicken, You’re Doing It Wrong So says Bloomberg Pursuits in this article, which quotes Ariane and explains why an air-chilled chicken is both tastier and safer to eat. For years, Ariane has been a huge proponent of air-chilled chicken. As always, she made sure that D’Artagnan was among the first…

Last Call for Black Winter Truffles in Summer!

Winter truffles in summer?! It’s true. But this is the last week they are in stock, so order your truffle today! Your last chance to order at dartagnan.com is August 5, 2016. Remarkably, even miraculously, the black winter truffle has finally been cultivated in the Australia. With its specific climate, acidic soil, cool winters and…

What is in that Hummus?

Chestnuts. In our recipe, these meaty nuts take the place of chickpeas for a richer flavor and creamier texture than traditional hummus. Easy to whip up for a party, a snack, or a summer evening supper when it’s too hot to cook, this chestnut hummus recipe is a keeper. Imported from France, D’Artagnan chestnuts are fully-cooked,…