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


Topsy-Turvy Nacho Pie [RECIPE]

Topsy-Turvy Nacho Pie

Quick, delicious, and easy to prepare, our Topsy-Turvy Nacho Pie might just be your latest addiction.
(Photos by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

Our life stays so busy, we’re always looking for recipes that allow us to get dinner on the table in a hurry. This one definitely qualifies, and it as yummy as it is easy to prepare. Best of all, your family will ask for more! Just one note of caution: remember that all jalapenos are not created equal. Some are definitely hotter than others! So sample a slice before chowing down on them with abandon. They may be much spicier than they appear! 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

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

Stacked Turkey Enchiladas [RECIPE]

Stacked Turkey Enchiladas

Put your leftover turkey meat to good use. Shred it and make our stacked turkey enchiladas! (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

Roast turkey is one of our favorite meals, but every time we cook one we inevitably have enough to live off of for a week. To vary up your menu and not waste all the proceeds from a big gobbler, try making up a batch of our stacked turkey enchiladas. Flavorful and delicious, it puts all that leftover poultry to good use and will keep a thankful grin on your family’s faces because they won’t be forking down repeats of the same old leftovers. Read more of this post