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…

How to Cook in a Tagine + a Lamb Recipe

Are you missing out on tagine cooking? A Berber tradition, the tagine has been adopted across North Africa, and Morrocan restaurants around the world have introduced it to the dining public. Since tagine (/təˈʒiːn/) is both the clay cooking vessel and the food that is cooked in it, you can eat chicken tagine, lamb tagine, vegetable…

7 Mediterranean Dishes You Will Love

The flavors of the Mediterranean include olives and olive oil, lamb, meat stews, and of course, bread and wine. It’s a wide geographical area that includes a variety of cultures with pretty distinct cuisines. Italy, Greece, Southern France, North Africa, Spain, the Levant … all can be included in the Mediterranean basket, but they produce…

Favorite Middle Eastern Cookbooks

October is National Cookbook Month, so naturally, we’ve been talking about cookbooks and sharing recipes from our favorite books. An informal poll of the D’Artagnan staff reflected the growing interest in Middle Eastern cuisine. Doesn’t it seem like hummus is turning up everywhere lately? D’Artagnan staff member Chloe, who supports our New York team, chose Jerusalem:…

Make this Shakshuka Recipe Now!

What is shakshuka anyway? And why is everyone talking about it? It is just eggs poached in tomato sauce, versions of which can be found in cultures around the world: North Africa, Italy, Israel, Turkey, and Mexico – and they’re all delicious! Discover for yourself why this poached egg dish is the current darling of the…