What is the Best Way to Grill Duck Breast?

Are you afraid to grill duck breast? Never fear, we have an easy method. This recipe includes lavender beets and pickled blackberries, making it perfect for summer entertaining. No grill? No worries, you can easily adapt this to the traditional pan-searing technique. Read on and learn how to make this easy and beautiful dish. 

Recipes We Repeat: Groundhog Day Edition

It’s Groundhog Day, and that reminds us that it’s also the 25th anniversary of the Bill Murray movie of the same name. If you missed that classic film, Murray plays a weatherman assigned to cover the Groundhog Day festivities in Punxsutawney, PA. Through some kind of magical time warp, he get stuck repeating the same day…

When the Occasion Calls for Asian Flavors …

Sometimes you just crave the heat of Thai food, the crunch of Japanese katsu, or the savory flavors of Korean barbecue. We know how it feels! The umami-rich dishes often beckon us to our favorite Asian restaurants, or to call for take out. But we have nine recipes that will satisfy your hankering for ethnic…

Watch: Making Duck Breast with Ariane

The Daily Meal visited Ariane in her home kitchen to film her cooking duck breast, and to learn about D’Artagnan’s proprietary Rohan duck. Because she is so knowledgeable, any conversation with Ariane is likely to turn into a fascinating discussion, with facts about food and farming. In this video she shows how to sear a duck breast,…

Top 10 Recipes of 2016

The beginning of a new year gives us an opportunity to examine the year that is ending … and remember all those great meals we had. These are the top ten most shared recipes of 2016. 1. Easy Duck a l’Orange This is a great recipe – and no doubt popular in our busy age for…

Why Duck & Orange?

According to no less an authority that Julia Child, roast duck with orange sauce (Caneton à l’Orange in her iconic book) is “one of the most well known of all the duck dishes.” That ubiquity also makes it one of the most derided. Duck à l’orange had its heyday in the 1960s, when every French restaurant…

Saucy Series XII: Financiere

Welcome to guest blogger Deana Sidney of Lost Past Remembered, a blog dedicated to discovering, replicating and adapting historic recipes. In this saucy series she demystifies one of the cornerstones of classic French cuisine: the mother sauces. Sauce Financière Sauce Financière is a ‘fork-list’ addition to my Sauce Series –– it’s something I’ve always wanted to…