Last Friday, we enjoyed a great chicken from D’Artagnan; and yesterday we tried their marinated duck breast. It is a great product for those who have no idea how to cook and want duck for dinner.

The duck breast arrives de-boned, already marinated in a Mediterranean sauce, ready to be cooked. Of the three cooking options, I chose the broiler method, which is easiest: broil for 20 minutes and serve.

The cooked product looks really nice. It came out a perfect medium rare. We served it along with parsley rice and steamed veggies. The duck meat is tougher than we expected, so it’s not a product Lon or I would buy. But again, it’s certainly good for non-cooks.

For more images of the duck and of dinner, check out the Flickr set.

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