You’ll Love this Easy Veal Chop Recipe

Looking for something simple for dinner? It doesn’t get better than this veal chop recipe. Start with our crazy-tender veal porterhouse chops (learn more about our humane French veal here) and then pan sear them.  Dress your chops with a fresh and creamy herb sauce and serve with your favorite steamed vegetable or green salad for a quick and easy meal. Read on for the recipe. 

5 Easy Veal Recipes that You Can Make on a Weeknight

Looking for quick and tasty weeknight dinner? Keeping a resolution to cook more meals at home isn’t always easy, but these veal recipes will help. Treat yourself with our exclusive French veal – arguably the most humane veal in the world – and only available at D’Artagnan. Read on for the recipes … Learn more…

It’s the Perfect Time to Make this Easy Veal Roast Recipe

It’s cooking season again … time to ease back into the roasting routine. Our French veal striploin makes a fabulous weekend roast in fall. We paired it with pancetta lardons, wild chanterelle & organic mixed mushrooms for earthy flavor, and finished with a silky pan sauce. This comforting dish is perfect for autumn and is…

Make the Best Meal Ever with Our Exclusive New Veal

Have you tried our exclusive French veal yet? This is a perfect time! Because it is lighter than beef but heartier than chicken and pork, veal is a good choice for seasonal transitions (even though we like it any time of the year). Shop veal and other D’Artagnan exclusives this week and save. We’re excited about…

5 Things You Should Know About the Most Humane Veal in the World

We searched the world for the best milk-fed veal and found it in Southwest France, where a cooperative of small-scale veal farms raise Charolais and Limousin breeds, known for meat not dairy. We are always looking to improve our offerings, and we think you will agree that this veal is superior in every way. Arguably…

Watch, Learn, Cook! A New Video!

The latest video in our “Back of the House with Ariane” series takes on the subject of veal. The great Barbara Lynch, a chef and restaurateur based in Boston, makes a traditional Italian dish of osso buco and Ariane takes the French path with paupiettes de veau. Link over to the recipes for Barbara Lynch’s Spicy…