The Best Ways to Eat Duck

We’ve got a thing for duck … and love all the tasty parts. If you feel the same way, read on to learn how each of the cuts can be eaten – from foie gras and duck breast to duck charcuterie of all kinds. These days nose-to-tail eating is all the rage and has become a…

Have You Tried the Most Exciting Duck Dishes in NYC?

At D’Artagnan, we’re big fans of duck. It’s been one of our most popular products for over 30 years, inspiring chefs and home cooks alike. Right now duck is enjoying trend status and appearing on menus in unique ways. Grub Street shared some of the most exciting preparations of duck in NYC, and many of the restaurants selected are…

5 Ways Restaurants Serve Rohan Duck

Rohan is an exclusive D’Artagnan duck, and it’s favored by many chefs for its tender rosy meat and thin skin which crisps up nicely when roasted. Read on to see a few hot spots where you can enjoy this delicacy, prepared many different ways. If you can’t get to one of them, order yourself a…

POTUS & FLOTUS Eat Duck Carnitas

Last night the President and First Lady dined at Cosme in New York City, and ordered Chef Enrique Olvera’s famous Rohan Duck Carnitas. We are pretty excited about this because Cosme has been using our Rohan –  an exclusive D’Artagnan duck – since opening in late 2014. Back then, this carnitas dish attracted a lot…

The Whole Foie Gras Duck

Ariane was honored to be a guest lecturer at the Institute of Culinary Education in NYC last week. Ariane is committed to educating and supporting the next generation of chefs, and she enjoys going to culinary schools to share her experience and wisdom. This time she demonstrated breaking down a whole duck – with the foie…

Ariane Debunks the Foie Gras Myths

Ariane has been preaching the gospel of foie gras since the earliest days of D’Artagnan. She started the company to sell the first fresh foie gras raised in the United States. Today she is the leading expert on the subject. Erin Mosbaugh at the blog First We Feast interviewed her on the controversial topic, visited…