What to Cook When You’re Staying In: 10 Comforting Recipes

Many of us are staying in and cooking at home these days. If you’re stocking the pantry and freezer and practicing “social distancing” this is the perfect time to batch cook. There’s something soothing and cozy about cooking at home – so enjoy it! Read on for 10 comfort food recipes that are just right for big family dinners or meal prepping.

5 Romantic Films to Watch on Valentine’s Day, with Recipes

Dinner and a movie is a classic combination for date night. For those who plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day at home, we have recipe ideas for a tasty meal and recommendations for food-centric films. After all, what could be more romantic than a movie about food?

Make Winter Meals More Interesting with Lamb

Lamb is the other red meat. We love it because of its rich, unique flavor and adaptability. Most cuisines have lamb recipes, and we’ve rounded up a few from a variety of traditions here. Read on and discover a new favorite for comforting winter meals. 

10 Quick and Easy Recipes to Start the New Year Right

Did you make a resolution to eat well in the New Year? Studies show the best way to follow a healthy eating plan is to cook at home, where you can control the quality and the ingredients. Plan ahead to make better choices and try our easy recipes for tasty meals.

This is Why You Need to Roast a Capon ASAP

What’s a capon? We call it the “super chicken” because capon is everything we love about chicken, but more of it. With its large sizer, ample breast meat, tenderness, and full flavor, capon is the ultimate Sunday roast. Now is the perfect time to try it. Read on for more about capon and order yours…

5 Easy Veal Recipes that You Can Make on a Weeknight

Looking for a 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…

6 Soup Recipes You’ll Want to Make Immediately

It’s soup season again! Making soup is an opportunity to build layers of flavor, find winning combinations, and enjoy a one-pot meal. The key to a truly great soup is using homemade stock, if possible, and the best ingredients you can find. Nothing from a box or can holds a candle to homemade soup. Read on for…

A Holiday Lunch Tradition: Behind the Scenes at D’Artagnan

Before the holidays our warehouse is humming. We have 3 shifts working around the clock to get all the orders picked, packed and loaded onto trucks so they can make their way to restaurants, retailers and home cooks across the country. So many Thanksgiving meals depend on us! During the final weekend before Thanksgiving is…

Cook Your Best on Thanksgiving with this Chef Advice

We asked some of our chef clients for advice on Thanksgiving cooking … and we got some good tips for you! This big holiday meal is often the most complicated and challenging one that a home cook undertakes all year. Read on to see what the pros do and how you can cook like a…

What to Cook in November on the Days that are Not Thanksgiving

With so much attention focused on one Thursday in November, it’s as though the other 29 days of the month don’t matter. But there are plenty of other meals – that are not on Thanksgiving – to eat in November. Read on for 10 easy recipes perfect for meals before the holiday, and even afterward….

What is Turkey Brining? And Should You Do It?

When it comes to preparing Thanksgiving turkeys, there are two camps: the briners and the anti-briners. Which one are you? What is brining anyway? Simply submerging meat in a solution of salt and water for many hours before cooking. This enhances the meat’s ability to retain moisture and tenderness while seasoning it. Of course, when…