What’s Cooking on Instagram?

The short answer is: rabbit. Are you following us on Instagram? We love to see what’s cooking – in both pro and home kitchens. We noticed some lovely rabbit dishes being posted by our chefs and clients, and we wanted to share them with you. Join and follow us on Instagram to see fresh cuts like these…

Simple Rabbit Recipes You Need to Try

Confit, or not confit?  That is the question … but also, what is confit, anyway? Confit refers to the process of slow cooking and storing food in fat, and comes from a French word that means “preserved.” In the confit method, meats are cooked in fat (best choice is duck fat) for a long time…

Rabbit: The Other White Meat

The big question: why don’t Americans eat more rabbit? Is it because they are cute and fuzzy? Or because some people keep them as pets? In fact, we are eating more rabbit now than at any other time since World War II. But that’s still not a lot, compared to European countries, and it’s a…

Reasons to Eat Rabbit

Before you get all weak in the knees and start humming a Disney tune, let’s examine the facts about eating rabbit meat. Rabbit meat is tender, lean, delicious and as versatile as chicken, to which it can also be compared in taste. The Italians and French eat rabbit the way Americans eat chicken, which is…

Duckspotting @ Ella’s American Bistro, Wayne, PA

Duckspotting is snapping & sending in pics of dishes from your favorite restaurants, made with D’Artagnan ingredients! We supply restaurants all over the country & love to see what creative chefs are doing with our products. Keep sending them in! Where: Ella’s American Bistro What: Chef Chad Jajczyk’s beautiful Wild Hare Terrine with Macerated Figs…

Featured Recipe: Rabbit Stew with Olives

It’s grey and a bit chilly in the Northeast, so we’re thinking stew for dinner. Here’s a warming recipe for rabbit stew from our friend, Chef Marco Canora of Hearth Restaurant in New York City. Marco’s classic Tuscan stew is just right for fall – hearty and satisfying but not too heavy. And it just…

All About Louisiana Cuisine (Just in time for Mardi Gras!)

If ever there were a state in this union that was known and renowned for the quality, diversity, and sheer quantity of food it both produces and consumes, it must be Louisiana. A territory that, over the centuries, has been inhabited by everyone from the French, Spanish and Native Americans to exiled Canadian trappers (Cajuns)…