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ventreche-recipes-and-uses

Cooking with Ventrèche

Ventrèche is the French equivalent of pancetta, and a staple in the cooking of Southwest France. Explore some ideas for adding this lightly-cured pork belly into your repertoire.

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Bacon 101

Let’s face it. Bacon is irresistible. Check out our bacon basics, where we’re serving up the facts on the smoky sweet pork belly we all know and love.

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poule-au-pot-with-foie-gras-stuffing-recipe

Capon Poule au Pot with Foie Gras Stuffing

by Ariane Daguin

Traditional recipes for poule au pot are closely guarded secrets passed down through generations of women in France. Here's our version, made with a rich, full-flavored Capon and a delicious soft stuffing of sausage, bread and foie gras.

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Corned Beef Brisket

by D'Artagnan

A tasty St. Patrick's Day staple, corned beef is made by curing brisket in brine for several days before cooking. Our version is made without the use of chemical curing salts but is just as delicious.

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Risotto con Cervo

by D'Artagnan

This substantial main course marries slowly-simmered venison, perfumed with rosemary and Barolo wine, with creamy risotto. For lovers of game and Italian food, it’s an incomparable match.

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