You’ll Blow Your Top for this New Lamb Cut

Our new Lamb Volcano Shank is even better than osso buco. The shanks are larger and easier to cook, plus they make a beautiful presentation. From our cooperative in the Rocky Mountains, this lamb is raised right for superior tenderness and fresh, full flavor. You’ll get two 16 – 18-ounce shanks per package, good for individual…

Try this Crispy Braised Lamb Belly Recipe

There’s a new cut of our exclusive Salt Meadow™ Lamb available at dartagnan.com. Lamb belly includes lamb ribs and a section of belly and is best when braised.  Think of tender lamb spare ribs with an extra meaty slab of belly attached. You can cut the tapered end off and cook it separately, or season and…

Your Weekend Cooking Plan: 7 Recipes for the Week

Are you too busy to make dinner at home on weeknights? If a full schedule has you calling for take-out a little too often, consider cooking on weekends and planning for leftovers. With these 7 simple recipes you can enjoy a great meal on day one, and then several lunches or dinners in the days…

A Tasty Holiday Roast: Leg of Lamb

Our tender lamb makes for an impressive roast on the holiday table, yet it’s so easy to prepare that you might make it any time of the year. Get a little fancy with our Herb Roasted Leg of Lamb with Port Wine Truffle Sauce recipe for your Christmas or New Year’s dinner. This 5-star review of…

Dinner Plans: 5 Super-Easy Lamb Recipes

Try one of our super-easy recipes using lamb and make a memorable dinner. From braised osso buco to lamb meatballs, there’s something here to tempt every fan of lamb. Tender and mild, lamb meat is leaner than beef and packed with nutrients. From rack of lamb to leg of lamb and lean lamb loins, we…

5 Ways to Win at Grilling on Labor Day

If you’ve been grilling burgers, steaks and chops all summer, it’s time to shake things up. The end of summer is here, so send it off in style with a variation on the theme. Try one of our recipes, and save 15% OFF sitewide* at dartagnan.com when you shop for Labor Day. The summer of…

The Lamb Cut Your Cooking is Missing

The word “lamb” is most often paired with “chop” or “rack” – and we love those cuts, too. But there’s an oft-overlooked lamb cut that is easy and quick to cook, works equally well in a pan or on the grill. We’re talking about lamb tenderloin. This tender little morsel of lamb deserves careful treatment. It’s…

Your New Favorite Lamb Rack Recipe

  If you like rack of lamb, try this variation on the theme. It’s one of our favorite ways to enjoy this tasty cut. Fresh herbs, salty pecorino, and crunchy panko breadcrumbs make a tasty crust for our grass-fed rack of lamb in this easy recipe. This recipe should serve two for dinner. Dijon &…

Even the French are Irish Today

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! They say everyone is Irish today – even the French, although they would say Irlandais. In America it’s almost true, because about 33.3 million people report Irish ancestry. So let’s all wear the green today, and celebrate all things Irish. We have a few Irish recipes to inspire you, and an Irish toast: Every food…

4 Ways to Roast Leg of Lamb for Christmas

When was the last time you ate lamb?  Did you know that it’s one of the most popular meats in England, Australia, Greece and the Middle East?  In the United States we eat a paltry annual average of one pound of lamb per person, in comparison to the almost 40 pounds consumed by each person…

It’s Roast Leg of Lamb Day!

We don’t know why this food holiday is on May 7th, but any day that celebrates roasting a leg of lamb is a good one. To us, bone-in leg of lamb is proof that meat really does taste best when roasted on the bone. It’s a classic preparation, and easy to do. Just rub with fresh…

Passover Meal Ideas

Every spring, Jewish families around the world come together to tell each other a hallowed story of slavery and redemption, to remind themselves why “this night is different than all other nights,” and to partake in a holiday that’s existed, relatively unchanged, for thousands of years. There’s much to love about Pesach, as it is…