Bourbon-Braised Pork Chops [RECIPE]

Bourbon-Braised Pork Chops

Looking for a new way to make the same old pork chops? Try braising them in our yummy bourbon sauce!
(Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

We’re always looking for new ways to dish up the same old cuts of meat. Pork chops, for example, are usually seasoned with salt and pepper, seared and served. Easy peasy. And while they are good that way, sometimes we want to kick it up a notch and make them extra special. Our bourbon-braised pork chops recipe does just that. It elevates the traditional method and turns this into a meal your family will rave about, infusing a sweet and sassy flavor into the meat, which brightens up your entire meal. We recommend serving this dish with our Neapolitan green beans and a baked potato. Read more of this post

Ina Garten’s ‘Cooking for Jeffrey’ Proves Food Is Love [REVIEW]

Ina Garten's COOKING FOR JEFFREY

Ina Garten’s Cooking for Jeffrey is her most personal collection of recipes yet. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

Food is love. It’s something Heather and I have said for years, because we both love to spoil the people we care about with phenomenal meals. Obviously, we’re not alone when it comes to that sentiment. That’s why Ina Garten’s latest cookbook, Cooking for Jeffrey, features all the recipes her doting hubby loves most, and now she’s sharing them with the rest of us.  Read more of this post

Moroccan Pork Loin with Blackberry Glaze [RECIPE]

Moroccan Pork Loin with Blackberry Glaze

Quick to make but incredibly delicious, our Moroccan Pork Loin with Blackberry Glaze is a fast way to make a memorable dinner. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

 

Pork tenderloin is the leanest part of the pig, and therefore one of my favorite cuts to serve my family since we’re watching our fat intake. On its own, however, the meat doesn’t have a lot of flavor, so the seasonings used in this recipe really give it the burst of flavor it needs. The best part about this dish is that it tastes like you worked on it for hours, yet it’s one of the simplest stove-to-table suppers around. Enjoy! Read more of this post

Eggplant Lasagna [RECIPE]

Eggplant lasagna

Our eggplant lasagna is so delicious, your family will never realize it is actually healthy too! (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

 

If you don’t cook with eggplant, you’re missing out. Not only is it full of dietary fiber, vitamin B1 and copper, but it is also a good source of manganese, vitamin B6, niacin, potassium, folate and vitamin K. This dish uses four whole eggplants, which are typically in season this time of year and can be purchased pretty inexpensively. Best of all, they combine here to create a new spin on an Italian classic, but without the noodles and the extra carbohydrates that come with them. If you are making this dish for someone who is vegetarian, simply eliminate the chicken sausage from the recipe. Either way, it’s full of wonderful flavors and will satisfy your comfort food cravings! Read more of this post

Turkey Meatloaf [RECIPE]

Turkey Meatloaf

Our turkey meatloaf is so rich and delicious, you’ll never guess it isn’t beef. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

I love meatloaf, but have never really liked turkey meatloaf until this recipe. Other recipes simply tasted like turkey, and for those of us who have a hankering for beef, I typically don’t see the point. But this recipe is a different story! Packed with rich, delicious flavor, no one would guess it isn’t made from beef. It makes a ton, and you can definitely cut the recipe in half, but you might regret you did. This is one recipe you’re going to want leftovers of because they taste even better the next day put on bread with a smidge of mayo and a sprinkling of fresh cracked black pepper. Mmm, so good! Read more of this post