Rendered Duck Fat
Our bodies need dietary fat (which is why many fats are called “essential”) in order to lose weight and function properly. The right kinds of fats help increase satiety, maximize your metabolism, protect against heart disease, speed nutrients through your body, and improve your fat-soluble vitamin uptake.Read More
For a long time in America, duck was king. Alongside our native bird the turkey and the (until the 20th century) expensive and scarce chicken, duck was a rich and indulgent dish for family get-togethers and dinner parties. Duck a l’Orange, the classic French recipe, was the go-to dish for a celebratory meal, while also being comparatively easy to prepare.Read More
It May Look Like a Duck and Quack Like a Duck, But Is It a Genuine Heritage Pekin Duck?
By going back to basics, Refoel Franklin actually found himself ahead of the curve. When he decided to focus on specialty poultry--which ideally suited his small-batch, painstaking approach to, well, everything—he bucked the trend that had generally taken hold in duck breeding.Read More