This traditional French dish was originally prepared by grilling the tenderloin, which is quite lean, between two fattier pieces of meat that were then discarded. Today, we’ve learned to quickly sear the roast and then finish in a hot oven to rare or medium-rare. Serve roast with Bernaise sauce, or an easy red wine and mushroom sauce. Add a side of roasted new potatoes for a simple, yet elegant meal that's perfect for any special holiday.
This may be the best turkey recipe ever! Why? Because it's easy -- the perfect recipe for someone who is roasting turkey for the first time. A mixture of oil and herbs coats the skin and lends flavor and moisture as the turkey slow roasts in the oven. Basting during the second half of the cooking process also infuses the whole bird with flavor. A classic main dish for the holidays!
This one-plate wonder incorporates tender, juicy and lean grass-fed beef with a saute of mushrooms and rainbow chard, a leafy green that's rich in nutrients, including vitamins K and A. The recipe cooks up quickly and is perfect for a busy weeknight dinner.
Wondering how to perfectly roast a whole chicken? This recipe walks you step by step through the process. Learn how to prep the chicken, roast veggies and even create a gravy you can serve alongside carved chicken. The quintessential Sunday dinner!
This may be the best ever stuffed pork loin recipe! The ideal centerpiece to a fall harvest feast (or alternative to traditional Thanksgiving turkey), this pork loin roast melds the best of sweet and savory. Serve with a side of seasonal veggies and a glass of dry, crisp Riesling.
The perfect dish for Sunday dinner, Cornish hens slow roast in a Dutch oven. Dry white wine, tomatoes, garlic and herbs form a delicious broth that can be served overtop. Enjoy with rice or mashed potatoes.
This recipe is ideal for a small gathering. Sunday dinner, a holiday feast or any special occasion is the perfect time to make this turkey breast pot roast. Turkey slowly stews in a dutch oven with a medley of vegetables ― tasty, tender and delicious!
We think this may be the very best way of grilling filet mignon! Each filet is coated in a mixture of garlic, rosemary and seasonings before being perfectly seared on the grill. A garlic and red wine sauce is the only topping needed to make our grass-fed and grass-finished beef shine.
The perfect main course for the holidays, a special occasion or a romantic dinner for two, this easy Beef Wellington recipe will become one of your favorites. Filets are topped with cararmelized onions and a Gorgonzola cheese compound butter before being wrapped in a delicate puff pastry.