Chardonnay and Herb Dressing [RECIPE]

Chardonnay and Herb Salad Dressing

Brighten up your salad with our delicious Chardonnay and Herb Dressing. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

 

Vibrant and savory, I like to serve our Chardonnay and Herb Dressing poured over a green salad as the perfect introduction to my favorite pasta dish, Penne with Italian Chicken Sausage and Fennel. It’s also yummy used as a dipping sauce for crusty bread.  Read more of this post

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Turkey Bolognese [RECIPE]

Turkey Bolognese

Riffing on a traditional bolognese sauce, we use turkey here instead of beef or lamb.
(Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

In Italy, a true ragù alla bolognese sauce is made with beef or pork, but this recipe appeals to me because it is lower in fat (for those who need to avoid these meats for health or dietary reasons) and if you still have leftover turkey in the fridge, this is a nice way to help you utilize it. In any case, you’ll need one pound of turkey, whether you shred it yourself, buy it ground, or use Italian turkey sausage like I typically do. By definition, bolognese is a thick sauce packed with healthy veggies and served with tagliatelle pasta, however a pound of fettuccine or even spaghetti works here just as well. Read more of this post

Pork Medallions with Roasted Root Vegetables and Grapes [RECIPE]

Pork tenderloin with roasted root vegetables and grapes

Pork tenderloin with roasted root vegetables and grapes is a low calorie, low fat way to enjoy the bounty of the harvest season. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

Few things say autumn to me like a huge platter of roasted veggies served alongside one of my favorite cuts of meat, pork tenderloin. I love it because it is a tasty cut that cooks quickly, but it also has great health benefits. If you’re watching your figure, tenderloin has only 93 calories per 3-ounce serving and is very lean. It is also rich in selenium which helps regulate your metabolism and protects the cells that line your blood vessels from damage. The addition of grapes lends moisture and a touch of natural sweetness to the meal. The best thing about this fall feast is that it looks simply gorgeous on your plate. Enjoy! Read more of this post

Spicy Pulled Pork [RECIPE]

Spicy Pulled Pork

Our Spicy Pulled Pork cooks low and slow until it pulls apart in long, delicious pieces of meat your family will love. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

There’s something about slow cooked meat that just makes our mouths water. We love how easy it is to prepare, and how perfectly it pairs with warm baked buttery bread and cold homemade potato salad. Spicy and delicious, it is great for game day or any time you want to feed a crowd!  Read more of this post

Pineapple Chicken With A Touch Of Sweet Heat [RECIPE]

Pineapple Chicken

Pineapple Chicken (Photo by Jathan Fink/Jadeworks Entertainment)

Are you looking for another way to dress up the way you make chicken? Wait no more! Here’s a bold yet deliciously sweet way to prepare to poultry. Read more of this post