This simple veal osso buco recipe is braised until fork tender. Serve this classic Italian dish with Yukon gold truffle butter mashed potatoes.View Recipe Veal Osso Buco
A quick and creamy herb sauce elevates simple pan-seared veal chops. Serve with your favorite steamed vegetable or green salad for a quick and easy dinner.View Recipe Veal Chops with Herb Sauce
Veal Scallopini with white wine, lemon, and capers is a classic dish that comes together quickly enough for a weeknight dinner. Our exceptionally tender French veal and velvety veal demi-glace make this simple dish extra special.View Recipe Veal Scallopini Piccata
We slow-cooked our veal shanks in hard apple cider and onions for spoon-tender meat in a sweet, aromatic sauce. Finishing with smoky bacon and sautéed apples puts this recipe over the top, in the best way.View Recipe Cider Braised Veal Osso Buco
This easy veal dish is pan-seared then simmered in white wine before cream and bleu cheese are added for a velvety sauce that comes together in minutes.View Recipe Veal Medallions with Roquefort Sauce
This spicy osso buco recipe is meltingly tender and full of flavor, and the homemade pasta - called strozzapreti in Italian - is definitely worth a little extra work.View Recipe Spicy Veal Osso Buco with Cumin Strozzapreti
Try this quick and easy veal chop recipe, grilled with Tuscan flavors like garlic, fresh herbs, a drizzle of olive oil and a squeeze of lemon.View Recipe Tuscan-Style Veal Chops
Here’s a simple veal dish that comes together quickly and is packed with flavor – perfect for weeknight dinner. Fines herbes and lemon zest keep the creamy pan-sauce fresh and light.View Recipe Parmesan-Crusted Veal Chops with Creamy Lemon-Herb Sauce
This slow-cooker veal ragu recipe made with flank steaks balances bright tomato flavor with a gentle sweetness and tang from a touch of balsamic.View Recipe Slow-Cooker Veal Ragu
Try this easy breaded veal cutlet recipe that is pan-fried with creamy paprika sauce and adapted from the 1907 Ali-Bab cookbook, Gastronomie Practique.View Recipe Veal Chops with Paprika Cream
This easy veal roast recipe with pancetta lardons, wild & organic mushrooms, and a silky pan sauce makes a fabulous meal for family or company.View Recipe Veal Roast with Pancetta & Mushrooms
This pan-fried veal cotoletta recipe makes a quick and easy dinner that will satisfy the whole family. Serve with a simply dressed salad as an accompaniment.View Recipe Pan-Fried Veal Cutlets Milanese
Cooking veal is easy. Use the familiar techniques for beef, and take a little extra care to maintain the tender texture.Read more How To Cook Veal
Like everything else at D’Artagnan, our veal is raised humanely on small farms to produce the best flavor.Read more What Is Veal?
This duck is low in fat, with a deep red, mildly gamey meat which is sometimes compared to beef for flavor and veal for tenderness. Are you missing out?Read more Muscovy Duck Explained
Demi-glace is the secret sauce that makes everything taste better. From sauces and soups to beans and braises, check out the many ways demi-glace can liven up your cooking.Read more What Is Demi-Glace?
Tired of turkey, feeding only a few, or just generally a rule breaker? Create a memorable meal - without a turkey - that will have everyone talking.Read more Alternatives to Thanksgiving Turkey
Porcelet is to pork what veal is to beef. Find out what sets this pork apart, how it is raised, and why it is so tender and succulent.Read more What Is Porcelet?
Neither sweet, nor bread, sweetbreads are a delicious, culinary conundrum. Highly prized by chefs, they can be prepared in numerous ways. They're offal-y good!Read more What Are Sweetbreads?
There are several breeds of duck - which offer different taste experiences. Read on to make find the duck that’s right for you.Read more Different Kinds of Ducks Explained
There's much more to cattle than just steaks, chops and burgers. If you're willing to take a short diversion from the more popular (and expensive) cuts, you'll find a treasure trove of beefy goodness.Read more Nose-To-Tail: Beef
Humans have been using smoke to cook foods, particularly meat, since before there was a historical record. Read our smoking guide and find out why.Read more Meat Smoking Basics & Tips
Whether cooking for one or a crowd, a chicken in the oven evokes tradition, the safety of hearth and home and a meal that is deeply satisfying.Read more Sunday Chicken: A Tasty Tradition
Try one of our super-easy sauces on any grilled, roasted or pan-seared meat. These cold sauces take just minutes to make in a food processor.Read more Six Easy No-Cook Sauces for Grilled and Roasted Meat