The French Pâté Collection Perfect for a cocktail party or appetizers at a family feast, this trio is a perennial favorite and makes a lovely hostess gift.
Dry-Cured Saucisson SecServe saucisson sec with charcuterie for an ideal and easy party starter.
Game birds appear on menus throughout history, with good reason. We started selling fresh farm-raised game birds in the earliest days of D’Artagnan at the special request of New York chefs. Raised on small farms, without antibiotics or hormones, our game birds are the best on the market. Enjoy the rich flavors—no, they don’t taste like chicken—of these game birds, selected as an introduction to the wide world of game meat.
Squab meat is red, lean and savored the world over. Try stuffing these already boned-out squabs and roasting quickly in the oven—but remember to keep them rare. Quail are small birds that work with all types of seasonings, like mustard and herbs. Again, lean meat requires quick cooking to keep it tender. Serve quail singly as appetizers, or serve two for a main course.
The pinkish-white meat of pheasant is richly flavored, yet lean and low in fat and cholesterol. Pheasant is quite versatile --pan-sear or roast the breasts and confit or braise the legs, or simply roast the bird whole.
While guinea hen is little known in the US, it is very popular in France, where it is often referred to as the “Sunday bird.” With lean, dark meat and a chicken-like texture but more complex taste, guinea hen legs make a wonderful braised dish, but can also be marinated and grilled with tasty results.
· Semi-boneless Squab (2, 10-12 oz.) · Whole Quail (4 pack, 1 lb.) · Whole Pheasant (2.5 lbs.) · Guinea Hen Legs (10 legs, 5 lbs.)
Note: Please see individual product pages for nutrition, allergens, and more detailed information.
In the event that any of the products listed above is not available at the time of shipment, D'Artagnan reserves the right to make an appropriate substitution for an item of similar value.