Beef and Pork Dishes
Lean cuts of meat are good sources of proteins and many other vitamins and minerals crucial to good health. When choosing beef or pork for your meals, only the freshest, leanest cuts of meat are selected.
All of the beef entrees feature lean cuts and include a generous portion of fresh vegetables.
Beef With Broccoli - Prepared with thinly-sliced steak and tender pieces of broccoli, this dish is a favorite of those who enjoy Asian cuisine.
Oven Braised Beef With Tomatoes and Garlic - This is comfort food at its best. Braising results in beef that is fork tender.
Hamburgers - There are dozens of ways to prepare hamburgers. We'll do it your way...or ours!
Lasagna Bolognese - This hearty Italian favorite pleases eaters of any age.
Beef Brisket - Slow cooked and delicious. Slice it, pile it on your favorite bun, add a bit of barbeque sauce or mayonnaise and horseradish...Mmmm.
Meatball Subs with Caramelized Onions and Cheese – slightly messy and incredibly delicious.
Meatloaf With Green Beans and Potatoes - Just like Mom used to make.
The other white meat! While many believe that pork is high in fat content and not part of a healthy diet, there are plenty of cuts that are lean and healthy.
Roast Pork Tenderloin With Apricot Miso Glaze - The tenderloin is one of the leanest cuts of pork. Combine the earthy taste of pork with the sweetness of an apricot glaze and you have a memorable meal.
Red Beans and Rice with Andouille Sausage - Welcome to the Big Easy! In New Orleans, this meal sometimes serves as breakfast after a long night on the town...You can eat it anytime.
Roasted Pork Tenderloin With Apples and Barley - This is a very healthy dish featuring lean pieces of pork, tart apples, and wholesome grains.
Jambalaya - Chef Craig took classes in New Orleans to learn how to make this dish as the locals make it. It is so good, you'll want seconds. Pass the hot sauce!
Pulled Pork Barbeque - Slow cooked pork shoulder flavored with smoke and tangy sauce. Serve it on a bun or just pile it on your plate with some beans and slaw.
Arugula Salad With Parma Ham - This is a classic Italian dish often served as an afternoon meal. The salty ham combines with the slightly bitter arugula, some creamy fresh mozzarella, and the acidic vinaigrette to provide a memorable and light meal. A glass of Pinot Noir anyone?