All Valentine's Day Dinner

  • Roast beef Tenderloin
    1 hr
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo
    Roast Beef Tenderloin, seared then oven roasted, served with mushrooms sautéed in the pan drippings with butter and herbs.
  • Sous Vide Beef Tenderloin with Port, Garlic, and Thyme
    3 hrs
    Gluten-Free, Paleo
    Sous Vide Beef Tenderloin with Port, Garlic, and Thyme! Fool-proof recipe – I'll never feel anxious cooking beef tenderloin again. Serve for Christmas dinner or a special holiday meal.
  • Seared Ahi Tuna on a bed of greens
    1 hr, 10 min
    Gluten-Free, Healthy, Low Carb
    Ahi tuna, also known as yellowfin tuna, marinated in sesame oil, soy sauce, ginger, garlic, green onion, and lime juice, then pan seared.
  • Lamb Lollipops cooked rare, sliced, and served on a plate
    50 min
    Low Carb, Paleo
    Lamb chops are such a simple and satisfying meal. Marinate them in rosemary and garlic, sear them quickly on the stovetop, and dinner is served. Great for a romantic date night or a dinner party.
  • Broiled Lobster Tail With Brown Sauce
    45 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb
    Throwing a fancy party? Broiled Lobster Tail should definitely be on the menu. This step-by-step guide will show you exactly what to do. Serve with an easy brown butter and toasted hazelnut sauce!
  • Roast Quail with Balsamic Reduction
    30 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb
    Simple roast quail, roasted quickly on high heat and served with a balsamic vinegar reduction.
  • Homemade Chicken Cordon Bleu on a white platter with lemon wedges.
    1 hr, 15 min
    Impress your friends and family with Chicken Cordon Bleu! Thin chicken breast is topped with prosciutto and Swiss cheese, then rolled, breaded, pan-fried, and baked to crispy golden perfection. Dinner never tasted so good!
  • A cast iron skillet with steak cooked on the stove. Oregano sprigs are at the bottom of the pan. Oil and juices are visible in the pan.
    40 min
    Low Carb, Paleo
    Get a restaurant-quality steak in the comfort of your own kitchen by making steak on your stovetop. The secret to success is a hot skillet, a good exhaust fan, and a butter and herb baste at the end.