Duck Confit & Porcini Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

Shepherd’s pie is one of the great comfort foods. This simple and satisfying dish is usually made with ground beef or lamb, but in our version the meat of choice is duck confit. Tender and rich, the duck meat pairs well with the creamy potato topping. This recipe will soon become a favorite. Known in…

Savory & Sweet: Foie Gras Crème Brûlée Recipe

Crème brûlée means “burnt cream,” and is one of the all-time-great desserts. The first recorded recipe for this custard with a burnt caramel crust is in François Massialot’s 1691 cookbook Cuisinier royal et bourgeois. Last seen as crême à l’Angloise in 1740, the recipe more or less vanished from French cuisine until the 1980s. How anything so…

Classic Dish: Coq au Vin

The classics sometimes get a bad name, associated with stuffy old restaurants that are no longer stylish, or even in existence. But there are reasons that these recipes became classics. In this series we will share some of those stories, and our versions of the recipes so that you can rediscover these dishes at home….

New Arrival: Veal Tomahawk Chop

Calling all veal aficionados! There’s a new cut of veal on our website. The tomahawk chop, sometimes called a lollipop chop, has a long rib bone that is frenched for elegant presentation. Look at this beauty… Twelve ounces of tender, velvety veal. Rosy pink and perfect for a special meal. The tomahawk chop is a favorite cut…

Our 7 Best Homemade Edible Gifts

Edible holiday gifts, made lovingly by hand, are often the most appreciated. Not only are they a delightful gesture, but rolling up your sleeves and getting messy in the kitchen can be a lot of fun. Here are 7 easy recipes – both sweet and savory – that will get you all kinds of compliments this holiday…

Easy Roast Duck Recipe

Don’t be intimidated by a roasting a whole duck; it’s easier than you think. If you can roast a chicken, then you can roast a duck. This simple technique involves seasoning with only salt and pepper, and allows the naturally rich flavor of our Rohan™ duck to shine. But feel free to add your own…

Seriously: Try this Kale Recipe

Kale. The four letter word that launched a thousand juice bars. When we eat kale, we like it cooked, thank you very much. Preferably with animal fat such as bacon or duck fat. Hard to believe, but kale is not the best leafy green to eat raw. It has goitrogens which can inhibit thyroid function,…

4 Ways to Master the Pork Loin

Did you know that October is National Pork Month? That’s why we’re focusing on pork all month long. It’s going to be a delicious 31 days. So you’ve got yourself a loin of pork. We assume it’s D’Artagnan Berkshire pork, from hogs raised on pasture and never administered antibiotics or hormones. Berkshire pork is full-flavored and…

Andouille Noted

We love to see what’s cooking! Lately a lot of happy home cooks have written reviews of our Andouille Sausage, and we wanted to share some with you. What’s so great about this sausage? Well, our spicy Cajun-style Andouille Sausage is made with heritage-breed pork, all-natural ingredients and is smoked over real hardwood. It’s an authentic…

When Cauliflower Meets Truffle Butter

Cauliflower is gaining on kale as the vegetable of moment. It’s showing up in all kinds of recipes, and brings back over 25 million hits in a Google search. We love our vegetables at D’Artagnan; we just like them a little better with truffle butter and cream. So this Truffled Cauliflower Gratin recipe is just our…

The Best Fried Chicken Recipe

The most popular chicken recipe on our site is Thomas Keller’s Buttermilk Fried Chicken.  And we can’t say that we’re  surprised. The internet loves this recipe, and so do we. Keller’s Ad Hoc restaurant is famous for this fried chicken, brined for 12 hours with herbs  and lemon.  The meat is well-seasoned, super juicy and…