D'Artagnan is the house that duck built. Get inspired to cook duck with these recipes.
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Have you met Rohan? Exclusively ours! The D’Artagnan Rohan™ is a proprietary hybrid of several duck breeds including the Heritage Mallard and the Pekin, and is raised just for us on a farm in New York State. The duck is named after a family of dukes and princes who lived in the Rohan area of Brittany, France, and made the name, and a native duck, famous. The Rohan boasts juicy, tender, rose-colored meat with a mild taste that lends itself to practically every duck recipe.
Our friends at ChefSteps recently asked wild game expert David Draper for some recipes, and he delivered. Even the most enthusiastic duck hunters are often at a loss when it comes to ideas for cooking the bird’s legs. Enter ChefSteps guest contributor and wild game expert David Draper. His recommendation for tackling this fowl’s tough, lean muscles? Sous vide. Long cooking times break down the meat into delicious little drumsticks made to be picked up and eaten like chicken wings.
Magret is the juicy breast of a duck, and it cooks up much like a steak; which is why we at D’Artagnan call it the "duck steak." If you can cook a steak, you can cook duck magret. It’s a perfect weeknight meal or special occasion dinner, and it's one of our favorite simple recipes. Read on to learn how to cook this delicious duck breast and the history of this culinary classic.