Article: February, 2019

This Decadent Recipe will Make Your Valentine’s Day Delicious

A rich, decadent treat, these stuffed veal chops—crisp with bread crumb crust and oozing with fontina cheese—are an impressive and elegant choice for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner at home.

The chops can be assembled long before dinnertime and take only about 15 minutes to cook. Serve with simply prepared spinach or Swiss chard and sautéed mushrooms.


10 Perfect Cuts for the Holiday Made for Two

“We are all a little weird and life’s a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.”  — Dr. Seuss

Valentine’s Day, the lovers’ holiday for just the two of you. It’s time to let the rest of the world fall away and embrace what brings you together. It’s time to celebrate your union.

In Shakespeare’s time, it became fashionable to send sentiments of love on February 14. That was the day on which two fifth-century Christians named Valentine were martyred on the same day, but in different years.

From there, as they say, the rest is history.

Today, Valentine’s Day is known as a day for pulling out all the stops and spoiling your sweetheart. Rather than braving the hustle and bustle of a crowded restaurant, consider a romantic dinner for two created in your own kitchen with your own hands.

These are some of our favorite cuts for celebrating an intimate Valentine’s Day in.


New Recipe! Mark’s Savory Meatloaf

Picture yourself sitting down to a warm and cozy meal with your family. You have all the components ready to go: the table is set, the drinks are poured, and family is just sitting down. On the table you’ve got creamy mashed potatoes and a crisp garden salad. What comes out of the oven? Mark Lobel would say, “My meatloaf recipe!”

Mark loves using Lobel’s All-Purpose Savory Seasoning so much that he created this recipe just to showcase it!