Lemony Mediterranian Orzo

Look at this- two vegetarian, lent-friendly recipes in a row! I actually made this last night and served it with some chicken (as you can see here) but I’m honestly not a big chicken fan so I didn’t even eat mine. I’ve made the orzo a few times, and it makes a great meal on […]

Spinach and Artichoke Macaroni and Cheese

Now that lent has started, I’m on the the lookout for good meatless recipes.  I’m not normally a huge fan of Rachael Ray (sorry Mo!!) but I had the day off the other day and flipped her on… she was making a spinach and artichoke dip inspired mac and cheese that sounded so good I […]

Skirt Steak with Warm Radish and Onion Pickle

You know that game where you try to decide what you’re least meal would be if you were on death row? I was never very good at it. How could you pick just one thing? Then I made this. This is it- my “last meal” meal. The recipe is from Fine Cooking magazine, and its […]

Pea Risotto with Scallops and Basil Oil

Scallops are one of my favorite foods ever. There’s something so simple and yet so savory about them. I had a dish similar to this for lunch at a cute restaurant last summer, and when I saw that scallops were on sale this week, I knew it was what I’d be making. I had to […]

Croissants

Is there anything better than a quiet morning spent with your husband and dog, a cup of coffee, and a fresh out of the oven croissant? Yeah, I don’t think so. Now, before you say “LK you are crazy! This blog is supposed to feature healthy food, but you really have a secret plan to […]

Orange Pork Chops with Bacon-Pecan Compound Butter

I originally bought these pork chops to go alongside some potato and parsnip latkes. I didn’t really have a plan for them beyond that. I had made some cider brined porkchops with prosciutto-walnut butter a few months ago though, and I figured I would wing something similar based on what I had in the kitchen. […]