Kitchen Sink Soup [RECIPE]

Kitchen Sink Soup

Looking for a great recipe to make during lockdown? Our Kitchen Sink Soup is just the ticket! (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

 

At times like these, there are going to be moments when you need to cook something but aren’t able to go to the store. That’s why I love this recipe for Kitchen Sink Soup, because you likely have everything already on hand, it’s hearty and delicious, and it cooks up fairly quickly. Plus it makes a good sized batch and the leftovers taste even better the next day.

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Spatchcock Chicken with Tomatoes and White Wine Sauce [RECIPE]

Spatchcock Chicken with Tomatoes

Feed the family in about 30 minutes by spatchcocking a chicken tonight. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

One of my favorite ways to prepare poultry of late is to spatchcock it, which means we remove the bird’s backbone and roast it flattened out in a large cast iron skillet. It cuts the time from oven to table in half (at least), and cooks the bird much more thoroughly. It also delivers a juicy, succulent chicken instead of the tough, dry ones traditional roasting methods sometimes create. The addition of chardonnay and tomatoes adds a new dimension to the flavor profile that is simply yummy.  Read more of this post

Turkey Chili [RECIPE]

Turkey chili

Want the chili but not the beef? Try cooking up this yummy bowl of red using ground turkey instead. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

If you’re trying to reduce your intake of beef for one reason or another, but still get a hankering for warm chili on a cold day, try this recipe which takes the moo out of the comfort food favorite and replaces it with a gobble. It’s equally delicious and cooks up in no time. Read more of this post

Penne with Italian Chicken Sausage and Fennel [RECIPE]

 

Penne with Italian Chicken Sausage and Fennel

Your guests will want to lick their plates clean when you serve up Penne with Italian Chicken Sausage and Fennel. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

Serve this recipe if you want to impress your guests. It is fairly simple to make, stretches to feed a crowd, and will have your friends and family raving for days. From the moment I put this recipe together for the first time, I knew it was going to be a keeper. The fragrant aroma alone is enough to make mouths water. And that first bite… heaven! Serve it up with crusty Italian bread, seasoned olive oil (I like to blend Italian seasoning, salt, and pepper to make a simple dipping sauce), a large tossed salad and your favorite bottle of wine and you have a meal fit for a fine Italian restaurant or a house full of really hungry friends. My guests love this one so much I’ve had to add it to my repertoire, and my guess is you will too. Enjoy! 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