How to Best Enjoy Veal Top Round

Are you missing out on veal for dinner? No longer! This veal top round cut is versatile, easy to work with, and the basis for many traditional recipes. Read on to learn about this cut and get 3 recipes that will inspire you to cook some veal. 

5 Easy Veal Recipes that You Can Make on a Weeknight

Looking for quick and tasty weeknight dinner? Keeping a resolution to cook more meals at home isn’t always easy, but these veal recipes will help. Treat yourself with our exclusive French veal – arguably the most humane veal in the world – and only available at D’Artagnan. Read on for the recipes … Learn more…

It’s the Perfect Time to Make this Easy Veal Roast Recipe

It’s cooking season again … time to ease back into the roasting routine. Our French veal striploin makes a fabulous weekend roast in fall. We paired it with pancetta lardons, wild chanterelle & organic mixed mushrooms for earthy flavor, and finished with a silky pan sauce. This comforting dish is perfect for autumn and is…

Make the Best Meal Ever with Our Exclusive New Veal

Have you tried our exclusive French veal yet? This is a perfect time! Because it is lighter than beef but heartier than chicken and pork, veal is a good choice for seasonal transitions (even though we like it any time of the year). We’re excited about our new veal, which comes from a cooperative of small-scale…

Which of Our 10 Most Shared Recipes Have You Tried?

You loved them, you shared them, you pinned them! These D’Artagnan recipes got the most social media love in April. While comfort foods are still on the top ten list, represented by classics like coq au vin and blanquette de veau, spring is definitely in the air. A seasonal favorite, morel mushrooms, made the grade in a creamy…

7 Favorite Veal Recipes

The real deal on veal? Our veal is raised humanely in New York State by a network of small farms. The calves live in groups, in open barns, with sunlight and access to the outdoors; they are never caged or penned. They eat a special milk formula that is scientifically dispensed to add weight and…

Watch, Learn, Cook! A New Video!

The latest video in our “Back of the House with Ariane” series takes on the subject of veal. The great Barbara Lynch, a chef and restaurateur based in Boston, makes a traditional Italian dish of osso buco and Ariane takes the French path with paupiettes de veau. Link over to the recipes for Barbara Lynch’s Spicy…

All About Sweetbreads

According to the Larousse Gastronomique, sweetbread is “the culinary term for the thymus gland (in the throat) and the pancreas (near the stomach) in calves, lambs and pigs.” Larousse further states that thymus sweetbreads are “elongated and irregular in shape” while pancreas sweetbreads are “larger and rounded.” But sweetbreads are neither sweet, nor are they…