Breakfast Pizza

We are in the thick of baseball season and in foodie news, the Boston Red Sox have named Nellie’s Free Range Eggs the official egg of the team. Since the beginning of the partnership, all egg dishes served at Fenway Park are made with Nellie’s eggs. In honor of this partnership, here is a fun recipe that is perfect to fuel up for the day, Breakfast Pizza! Continue reading “Breakfast Pizza”


Spicy Pollack Skillet

If you love white, flaky fish, then you will love this Spicy Pollack Skillet. The fish cooks in a seasoned sauce and comes out perfect. The beans, fire roasted tomatoes and cumin give it a southwestern flavor that will make you want more as it smells delicious. I used fresh pollack for this but if that is hard for you to get, you can use frozen or another white fish like tilapia or cod. If you are looking for more fish recipes, check out our Honey Lime Tilapia or my Grilled Mahi Mahi with Corn and Avocado Salad. This Spicy Pollack Skillet is just the thing for a delicious, seafood meal! Continue reading “Spicy Pollack Skillet”


Lemon Pepper Chicken

I love thin cut chicken. It cooks up fast and you can do a lot with it. This Lemon Pepper Chicken is very flavorful yet doesn’t use a lot of ingredients. Lemons are the perfect flavor for summer because it makes everything taste fresh and light. The lemon butter sauce gives the chicken an extra juicy pop and the lemon pepper seasoning is perfect with chicken.  Continue reading “Lemon Pepper Chicken”


Greek Pork Gyros with Tzatziki Sauce

I’ve discovered a new love for gyros and trying new ways to eat them. These Greek Pork Gyros with Tzatziki Sauce is simple yet flavorful. It’s perfect if you have a lot of leftover pulled pork, or if you want to make pork for this, make the pork a day ahead to save you some time. Continue reading “Greek Pork Gyros with Tzatziki Sauce”

Pork Enchiladas

Pork Enchiladas

I loved how delicious these Pork Enchiladas came out. They cook up easily and will be a hit with your dinner table. The secret I discovered is to take your pork and fry it up in the skillet for a few minutes before putting in the tortilla. It will give the pork some extra flavor and you can taste it in the enchilada! I used some leftover pulled pork for this and it made this recipe so much easier to make since the ground work was already done. Try these Pork Enchiladas and you won’t be disappointed!  Continue reading “Pork Enchiladas”