Why You Need to Make These Mushroom Recipes ASAP

Did you know that D’Artagnan offers a variety of wild and cultivated fresh mushrooms? That’s right – we are more than just meat! We get daily deliveries of wild mushrooms sourced from foragers around the world and from cultivators who grow organic mushrooms for us. Our chef clients rely on us for consistent quality and freshness with…

Eating for Health: Are Mushrooms Powerful Medicine?

There are over 2,000 species of edible mushrooms on the planet, though most people can name just a handful. While we do love cooking with them, mushrooms are more than just delicious ingredients for umami-rich dishes. In Eastern medicine mushrooms have been used for centuries as curatives. Now the West is catching on and turning to…

6 Marvelous Mushroom Recipes for Fall

We love mushrooms! If you do, too, have a look at these recipes. Easy, tasty, and filled with mushrooms, they are sure to inspire you to cook something new. You may notice that all of these recipes contain either cheese or cream; that’s because mushrooms and cheese are a match made in heaven. Whether a…

Try this Mushroom Quiche with Truffle Butter Crust Recipe Today

September is National Mushroom Month, and we’re celebrating with this creamy quiche. Our organic exotic mushrooms, Gouda, and fresh herbs are packed into a black truffle butter short crust in this easy quiche recipe. Make this a day ahead for a quick brunch or supper. Serve the French way: alongside salad greens with a bright vinaigrette….

Mushroom Monday: 4 Recipes You Will Crave

We may be known for our quality meats, but at D’Artagnan we love mushrooms, too. We offer a variety of wild and cultivated mushrooms, perfect for augmenting any carnivore’s diet. For wild mushrooms, we partner with foragers and follow the seasons around the world. We also have expert cultivators grow organic mushrooms for us, so…

Go Mad for Mushrooms: 4 Morel Recipes for Spring

Spring is when morel season begins, which means we are looking for ways to eat these delightful mushrooms at every meal. In Italian, there is a wonderful word: scorpacciata, which means eating large amounts of a particular thing in season. Think of tomatoes at the end of the summer—there are too many to eat, which…

More Mushrooms, Please

If you’re wild about mushrooms like we are, here’s a polenta recipe to try. It’s simple to make, offers a satisfying umami flavor, and is a perfect dish for the transition to spring. Make sure you get our Organic Chef’s Mix Mushrooms, which offers a variety of our top-selling mushrooms in a convenient 1 lb….

Meet the Mushroom: Black Trumpet

This is a mushroom that goes by many names: black chanterelle, black trumpet, horn of plenty, poor man’s truffle. In Latin it is Craterellus cornucopioide. Without a separated stem and cap, the mushroom looks like an elongated funnel. The aromatic, thin-walled and delicate fungi range in color from grayish brown to almost black. Beautiful velvety…

The Perfect Stocking Stuffer

We’re wild about porcini mushrooms … and so is Martha Stewart! Our dried porcini mushrooms are on her list of 25 Food Gifts Under $50 That Make  Perfect Stocking Stuffers. How many foodies do you know who need a jar? Why are dried porcini mushrooms such a good thing?  The uber-flavorful porcini acts like a tasty…

7 Mushroom Recipes You Will Love

Well, it’s National Mushroom Day. We focused on mushrooms throughout September (it was mushroom month), but we still have some love left. If you appreciate fungi like we do, here are 7 recipes that pop with mushroom flavor for you to try. 1. Crispy Mushroom Triangles Because somehow everything is better in phyllo dough, especially when…

Meet the Mushrooms: Shiitake

Did you know that September is National Mushroom Month? We don’t need an excuse to celebrate the wonders of fungi, but we’ll take it.  All month long, we will be talking about our friends in the mushroom kingdom. And eating plenty of mushrooms too. Have you seen the new fresh mushrooms at dartagnan.com?  We have…

Hello, Autumn …

We love the beginning of the fall season, because it marks a return to the kitchen. It’s a transitional period; warm enough to keep the charcoals burning in the grill outside, but cool enough to inspire visions of braised and roasted meats. So today, as the season officially begins, let’s plan what we’ll cook on…