Use this rare opportunity to save 25% off customer favorites including organic chicken, Wagyu beef, Rocky Mountain lamb and more. Those in the know shop early and shop hard, because quantities are limited and the deals are hot!
We would like to highlight a few products that you might want to try while they are on sale.
A staff favorite, the Berkshire porterhouse pork chops weigh in at a whopping 16 ounces each (on average). Beautiful and juicy, they are pork at its best.
Our pasture-raised beef brisket is ready for the smoker or a braise in the oven. Whatever method you choose, this hardworking chunk of flavorful beef will serve you well at dinners and outdoor parties.
Guinea hen legs? Absolutely! Not eating guinea hen? You’re missing out on some dark, flavorful meat. They can be grilled or battered and fried like chicken legs.
Our annual August Freezer Sale ends Sunday, August 17th, 2014 and quantities are limited so get shopping!
Ariane talked to Laura Shunk at The Village Voice recently. Here’s the story of the early days at D’Artagnan and the philosophy behind what we do. Get the low-down on organic chicken, heritage-breed pork and the state of meat in general.
So go ahead, take a peek inside Ariane’s head in this interview.
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!
D'Artagnan Air-Chilled Chicken
Where: legendary Le Cirque restaurant
What: Chef Olivier Reginensi’s perfectly roasted D’Artagnan Air-Chilled Chicken
How: Le Cirque is at 151 East 58th Street (between Lexington and Third Avenues) | click here for online reservations or call (212) 644-0202
Newly at the helm of the Le Cirque kitchen, Chef Reginensi and the Le Cirque team have just announced a series of pop-up restaurants in cities all over the country – so even if you don’t live in the NY area, you can still share in the Le Cirque experience and sample Olivier’s beautiful dishes. We hear the first stop will be Orlando in early March, with subsequent stops in Chicago, Orange County, Dallas, Houston, Palm Springs, San Diego, Los Angeles, Atlanta and San Jose. Each evening will recreate the experience found in the iconic Manhattan dining room—down to the smallest details. STAY TUNED!
Dining out & spot some fabulous dishes made with D’Artagnan ingredients? Snap a pic & email with the details to email@example.com We’ll give you & the restaurant a shout out