Drumroll please ….Here’s the video of our first-ever public Duckathlon!
This year our farmers came together with our chef clients and they served up games and challenges, and most importantly plenty of food and drink. Winners were declared, prizes distributed and everyone went home with a full belly and a (slightly) light head.
We had a photo booth by photographer Claire Rosen and all the photos are available right here.
For even more photos of all the action, check our Facebook page.
We want to thank all our sponsors, chefs and farmers … and especially YOU, the public who came and played with us at this unique event. See you next year for Duckathlon 2015!
We love Michael Ruhlman’s writing, whether it’s in a cookbook, his blog or even twitter. But this article in the July issue of Conde Nast Traveler about his culinary pilgrimage to Gascony is enough to make the stomach rumble. It’s possible that we are a little biased; Ariane is quoted in the article, and of course, she is Gascon to the bone.
Settle in and give Michael your undivided attention for a little while. You will be rewarded with an appreciation for Gascony; the people, the beauty of the countryside, the way that agriculture and food are intertwined, and the intense devotion to eating, drinking and living well.
Plus, you will get a sense of the ethos that built D’Artagnan, as Ariane has worked for 28 years to bring these sensibilities to the culinary scene in the United States.
Breakfast at the Kitchen at Camont. Photo: Gentl & Hyers, Conde Nast Traveler
You may want to pour yourself a glass of wine (or Armagnac) to sip while you find out why ancient Gascony is France’s new foodie destination. And then book your trip. It’s that inspiring.
- The rolling hills of Gascony, France. Photo: Gentl & Hyers, Conde Nast Traveler