- All natural
- No added preservatives or artificial ingredients
- Low in saturated fat
- Ships frozen (best kept frozen)
- Product of USA
- For best taste, use within 6 months of receipt and/or by the expiration date on the package
Cooking Tips: Use duck fat to sauté mushrooms or vegetables, to roast potatoes, in place of oil in salad dressings, and for pan-searing steaks and chops. Rub duck fat over the skin of lean game birds, chickens, or turkeys before roasting for a burnished, crispy finish. Mix duck fat with peanut oil in a 1:3 ratio for extra-tasty fried chicken. You’ve got to have duck fat to confit. Slow cook duck, chicken, or turkey legs, even garlic in duck fat for tender and tasty results. Unlike butter or olive oil, duck fat can be recycled several times, just strain the fat in a fine sieve and store it in the refrigerator. Duck fat also keeps well in the freezer. Take it out an hour before cooking to soften, or use a hot spoon to scrape off a portion.
Our pantry is well stocked with specialty foods and flavor boosters. These staples, from duck fat for frying, roasting and sautéing and silky demi-glace for enriching sauces, to French heirloom Tarbais beans for cassoulet and other bean dishes, will help make you a rock star in the kitchen.
Every pantry needs olive oil, and our exclusive Reserve Jean Reno Olive Oil from Provence is stone-pressed at a historic mill, using traditional methods. Also from France, our fully-cooked French chestnuts and preserved, shelf-stable truffle products will add dimension to your recipes.