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Bonus Burgers for Memorial Day

Our celebration of National Burger Month brings us to our final burger: the Breakfast Burger. Now, we all know that the burger is a perfect meal. It may contain all the food groups depending on how you dress it. So why not eat it for breakfast or brunch?

A buffalo burger is topped with cheddar cheese, hickory smoked bacon, and a soft-cooked egg before being sandwiched in a toasted English muffin that’s dressed with Bloody Mary mayo.

And our friends at Brooklyn Brewery have paired this burger with one of their fine beers. After all, what’s better than a burger and a beer?  A light Pilsner fits the bill for this burger, whether you enjoy it for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

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But wait, there’s more. With Memorial Day coming and burgers on the brain, here are some bonus burgers and beer pairings for your holiday weekend.

Buffalo-Bleu-Cheese-Burger

Our classic Buffalo Bleu Cheese Burger with bacon is a crowd-pleaser. And with a bottle of Brooklyn Brewery Brown Ale (or two) it’s bound to be a hit at the backyard party.

Ultimate-Wagyu-Burger

Our upscale burger – the Ultimate Wagyu, Foie Gras and Truffle Burger – easily goes from white tablecloth to picnic table. Keep it classy with a big bottle of Brooklyn Brewery’s Local 1, which is a Belgian-style strong golden ale.

Mushroom-Buffalo-Burger

If you love mushrooms, this burger is for you. There are layers of flavor in the Ultimate Wild Mushroom Buffalo Burger, which starts with seasoning the patty generously with porcini powder. If that’s not enough umami for you, the truffle butter and wild mushrooms will bring the rest. Pop the cork on a bottle of Brooklyn Brewery’s Local 2, a Belgian-inspired dark abbey ale.

 

 

Burger Week No. 6: The Hot & Spicy Burger

In honor of National Burger Month, we’ve been sharing a burger recipe every day.

Today it’s the Hot & Spicy Burger, made with spice-crusted Wagyu beef, pepperjack cheese, chipotle aioli, crispy fried jalapenos and a cheesy kaiser roll. You like it hot? Try this one on for size!

Brooklyn Brewery shared their picks for beer pairings, and their IPA is the perfect beer to refresh the palate between every spicy bite.

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You can save $10 off any order of $100 or more at dartagnan.com this week. That means more burger for your buck.

Offer valid until 11:59pm EST, Sunday, May 17th, 2015 only. No promo code needed.

Burger Week No. 4: Maui Burger

To celebrate National Burger Month this May, we are posting a week of burger recipes,  one per day.

The Maui Burger will give your backyard barbecue some island style. Our wagyu beef burgers are marinated in teriyaki sauce before being cooked over flame, then topped with duck bacon (why not?), grilled pineapple and extra-creamy Japanese mayo.

And because nothing is better than a burger with a beer, our friends at Brooklyn Brewery have paired each of our burgers with one of their fine beers. This one required something extraordinary and K is for Kriek fit the bill.  This dry, tart, fruity and dark beer has a lot going on (including a 10.1% ABV). Learn more about the process of making this complex beer right here.

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You can save $10 off any order of $100 or more at dartagnan.com this week. That means more burger for your buck.

Offer valid until 11:59pm EST, Sunday, May 17th, 2015 only. No promo code needed.

Burger Week No. 3: The Caprese Burger

May is National Burger Month and we’re celebrating with a week of fresh burger recipes,  like this Caprese Burger. The mini patty is made with wagyu beef and ground veal then topped with burrata cheese, tomato and fresh basil. These are technically sliders, which means you can eat a few.

To make things more interesting, our friends at Brooklyn Brewery have paired each of our burgers with one of their fine beers. The Caprese Burger’s Italian nature is paired with Ama Bionda, a big bottle of beer.  Designed by Brewmaster Garrett Oliver, and made in Italy with three types of hops, orange blossom honey and water from an ancient Roman spring, this beer is the result of a special collaboration.

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You can save $10 off any order of $100 or more at dartagnan.com this week. That means more burger for your buck.

Offer valid until 11:59pm EST, Sunday, May 17th, 2015 only. No promo code needed.

 

Burger Week! No. 2: The Upstate Burger

Since May is National Burger Month, we’re celebrating with a new burger recipe every day for a week.

And to make things more fun, our friends at Brooklyn Brewery have paired each burger with one of their fine beers.  The Upstate Burger strikes the perfect balance between salty and sweet, crunchy and soft. There’s candied bacon and caramelized onions, but it’s the unexpected addition of thin slices of Granny Smith apples that bring it over the top.  It’s as though it was made for Brooklyn Brewery’s Greenmarket Wheat beer, which contains wheat, malt and hops from Upstate New York.

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You can save $10 off any order of $100 or more at dartagnan.com this week. That means more burger for your buck.

Offer valid until 11:59pm EST, Sunday, May 17th, 2015 only. No promo code needed.

Burger Week No. 1: So-Cal Burger

May is National Burger Month and we’re celebrating with a week of fresh burger recipes.

Our first is the So-Cal Burger, with our pasture-raised beef that is seasoned with herb salt then crowned with Jack cheese, creamy avocado, tender baby lettuces, and a generous swath of sun-dried tomato mayo.

And our friends at Brooklyn Brewery have paired each of these burgers with one of their fine beers. After all, what’s better than a burger and a beer? Their Weisse-style Greenmarket Wheat beer is the perfect pick for the So-Cal Burger.

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You can save $10 off any order of $100 or more at dartagnan.com this week. That means more burger for your buck.

Offer valid until 11:59pm EST, Sunday, May 17th, 2015 only. No promo code needed.

 

Super Bowl-ful!

T-minus-2-days until the NY Giants face the New England Patriots in the 2012 Super Bowl. As everyone knows, we’re not only interested in the game – we’re in it for the grub! For the last few days we covered snacks, beer and sandwiches but what about main dishes? Here are some suggestions for festive (and filling) fare for your Super Bowl gathering!

Anasazi Cowboy Chili with Buffalo

This SPICY chili not only pairs well with your favorite brewski, it’s got beer in the recipe!

Spice-Infused Duck Tacos

Try these aromatic tacos made with grilled duck breast that’s been simmered in cumin and coriander then piled into homemade tortillas with fresh pico de gallo. Even the kids will eat them!

Cassoulet D’Artagnan

We cannot talk feeding a crowd without mentioning CASSOULET! Easier than you think and tastes even better when made the day before. So you can get out of the kitchen and in front of the flat screen!

Berkshire Pork Ribs Costillas Pibil

These ultra-flavorful ribs have both dry and wet spice rubs and a citrus kick.

Sweet-and-Sticky Baby Back Ribs

Cane syrup, a sticky sweet syrup made from sugar cane, gives this barbecue sauce backbone, along with honey, molasses and cider vinegar. Perfection!

White Rabbit Lasagna

Rabbit ragout is the foundation of this lasagna, which contains layers of mushroom-studded the ragout and creamy bechamel.

Coffee-Rubbed Pork Chops

Bitter coffee, paprika and salt help create a charred crust for meaty, bone-in pork chops.

Luella’s Brunswick Stew

This hearty stew is smoky and satisfying, perfect for the Super Bowl.

Venison Pie

Game for the game! This rustic venison pot pie will please a roomful of hungry carnivores.

Super Bowl Snacks D’Artagnan Style!

When the titans of football clash in the final game of the season, our passions tend to run high.  But there are some of us are more concerned with what we’ll eat during the game. (You know who you are!)  For these hardcore food fans, we have some inspiration to class up the party without wandering too far afield from the usual fare.

From truffles and Tarbais beans to mushrooms and merguez, we have found ways to infuse the classics with French accents and D’Artagnan flavors.  So get your game on and forget you ever heard of hummus and salsa.

Wild Mushroom Bacon Dip

Our Organic Chef’s Mix Mushrooms and Hickory Smoked Bacon are folded into a creamy base for a hearty, satisfying dip. Serve with lard-cooked kettle-style potato chips.

Truffled White Bean Dip

This super creamy bean dip has an earthy edge thanks to canned Summer Truffle Peelings and a smidge of Black Truffle Oil. Delicious with pita, flatbreads and crudités.

 

Basque Brochettes

These flavorful skewers highlight quintessential Basque flavors – shrimp, piment d’espelette and jambon de bayonne. Best of all, they’re party perfect in just 15 minutes.

 

Ultimate Truffle Popcorn

We think popcorn is best when popped the old fashioned way – in a big pot on the stove. We used duck fat (perfection!) then added Black Truffle Butter, Truffle Oil and the finest shreds of Parmigiano-Reggiano.

 

Lamb Merguez Sausage with Harissa Sauce

These spicy links can be charred on the grill or seared in a cast iron pan. The harissa sauce is traditional, as is mustard or aioli. Serve with your favorite full-bodied beer.

 

Game Stuffed Mushrooms

Any of our sausages will work in this super easy hors d’oeuvre. Make a lot, they go fast!

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We have some Super Bowl main dish ideas brewing… Come back tomorrow for the full rundown! And if you’ve got a great game day menu planned, give us a shout on Twitter or Facebook. We’d love to hear what you’re cooking!

Super Bowl Sandwich Showdown!

Here at D’Artagnan, like much of the country, we’ve come down with a serious case of Super Bowl Fever. Our “home team” is playing and there are A LOT of football fans on staff (and an equal number who will tune in just for the commercials *cough, cough*) but no matter who we root for or why we watch the big game, one thing is certain – were all in it for the FOOD.

So for a little staff vs. staff fun, we’re staging our own Super Bowl Sandwich Showdown.

Representing the NY GIANTS we have…

THE BIG BLEU BURGER

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Now that's a GIANT mouthful!

D’Artagnan Buffalo Burger with

Old Chatham Sheepherding “Ewe’s Blue” Cheese

D’Artagnan Hickory Smoked Bacon

Jersey Tomato

Red Onion

Butterhead Lettuce

on a Zomick’s Challah Roll

with North Fork Chips and

Brooklyn Brewery Brown Ale

click HERE for the full recipe on dartagnan.com

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And for the Patriots…

SMOKEY NEW ENGLAND LOBSTER ROLLS

Brings new meaning to Surf 'n Turf!

Live Maine Lobster

D’Artagnan Applewood Smoked Bacon

Boston Lettuce

Maine Sea Salt Co. Apple-Smoked Salt

Traditional Mayo with lemon juice & chives

in a New England-style split-top hot dog bun

with Cape Cod Chips and

Harpoon’s UFO White Wheat Beer

click HERE for the full recipe on dartagnan.com

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And for good measure, we threw in a wild card…

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PULLED PORK SLIDERS with Apple-Jicama Slaw

A little sweet, a little heat, a little crunch and totally neutral.

D’Artagnan Berkshire Pork Shoulder

Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce

and Apple-Jicama Slaw

on good ol’ Martins Potato Rolls

click HERE for the full recipe on dartagnan.com

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What are all of you eating this Sunday? Hit us up on Twitter and let us know! And stay tuned for tomorrow’s Super Bowl Recipe Post – we’ll be sharing lots of appetizer ideas for the big game.