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Strawberry Banana Mini Muffins Strawberry Banana Mini Muffins By Carpe Cibus 08/20/14 00:39 Everyone has their "perfect" banana bread recipe. Mine fluctuates all of the time, though I too have settled on a favorite. But never will I claim to have the best, or most moist, or "to die for" recipe. Tastes are far too complex and too many wonderful...
Snap Pea and Cucumber Salad with Radish and Dill Snap Pea and Cucumber Salad with Radish and Dill By Carpe Cibus 08/17/14 23:45 Veggies, veggies, everywhere! This salad is a nice change of pace from the usual mayo and pasta heavy side dishes at the summer's frequent potlucks and BBQs. And yet another wonderful excuse to use up the bounty of our CSA box! This may be the last of the...
Seared Pork Chops with Garlic Scape Chimichurri Seared Pork Chops with Garlic Scape Chimichurri By Carpe Cibus 08/16/14 00:12 One of my favorite parts of our CSA box is the garlic scapes. I love these elegant tender curls. Often I'll sautee them up like green beans. Or add them to a morning omelet with feta and whatever herbs tagged along in that week's box. But lately I've been...
Pineapple Coconut Bread Pudding Pineapple Coconut Bread Pudding By Carpe Cibus 08/13/14 00:01 Some weekends call for dessert as breakfast. Feel free to give this one a try! The trickiest part of the recipe was making the caramel sauce from scratch. I've master many a batch of caramel and the process still keeps me on my toes a little bit. If you're...
Indian Spiced Carrot Soup with Coconut Cream Indian Spiced Carrot Soup with Coconut Cream By Carpe Cibus 08/10/14 23:10 The last thing I really want to do is hover over a hot stove during the peak of summer. But sometimes soup calls. Thankfully, this vibrant orange bowl of comfort only needs about 30 minutes of stove top time, without any of the hovering. The ginger and...
Strawberry Daiquiri Sorbet Strawberry Daiquiri Sorbet By Carpe Cibus 08/08/14 22:18 Hot summer August days are upon us. If you can get your hands on fresh strawberries this late in the season, this is just the treat to help you cool off. There is only enough booze in this dish to give the sorbet a little splash of flavor. The strawberries...
Summer Squash and Cauliflower Gratin Summer Squash and Cauliflower Gratin By Carpe Cibus 08/03/14 22:46 The zucchini are beginning to overwhelm us! Thankfully this recipe makes quick use of the summertime abundance. In a pinch, this gratin can sub for the more common potato variety. It's not quite the same...it lacks that smooth velvety texture of its starchy...
Strawberry Chocolate Mini Muffins Strawberry Chocolate Mini Muffins By Carpe Cibus 08/02/14 00:41 Are these breakfast or are they dessert? Personally, I am more of an eggs and bacon kind of girl for breakfast, though I love sneaking one of these chocolate-y gems in for elevensies. The batter can easily be adapted for full sized muffins... just bake...
Voodoo Shrimp with Spicy Polenta and Greens Voodoo Shrimp with Spicy Polenta and Greens By Carpe Cibus 07/30/14 00:33 I'm not sure why the original recipe developer dubbed this dish Voodoo Shrimp. Poking around a few recipes and sites, there does not seem to be one dished dubbed this title...some are skewer and grilled, some sauteed, others boiled. I found a few drenched...
Roasted Potato Salad with Fennel Bacon Dressing Roasted Potato Salad with Fennel Bacon Dressing By Carpe Cibus 07/26/14 00:45 I adore my CSA. I truly do. But at times it can be difficult to keep up with the bounty of produce...particularly the items that are not in my usual repertoire. Fennel, for example. I love the slight anise taste of fennel. Shaved in salads, roasted with...
Thyme-spiked Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins Thyme-spiked Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins By Carpe Cibus 07/23/14 00:18 Oh, the early days of summer, how I adored your bounty of rhubarb and strawberries! Growing up, the bulk of rhubarb stalks from our backyard turned into a sauce with a bit of a twist...a packet of strawberry jello. Just a touch of sugar. But nostalgic as...
Gluten Free Zucchini Crust Pizza Gluten Free Zucchini Crust Pizza By Carpe Cibus 07/21/14 00:31 I'm not truly on board with the whole gluten-free movement. I have a co-worker who actually has Celiac's and we accommodate her to the best of our ability when planning snacks and treats for work. But recently I've been running into SO many people who've...
Wilted Greens with Runny Eggs Wilted Greens with Runny Eggs By Carpe Cibus 07/18/14 23:49 I am a sucker for soft cooked eggs on salads and sautéed greens...rich creamy yolk oozing into the green nooks and crannies. No need for dressing. To me, this is an ideal breakfast. Warm and filling. Ready in about 20 minutes. Perfectly portioned to share...
Ginger-Ricotta and Peach Galette Ginger-Ricotta and Peach Galette By Carpe Cibus 07/16/14 00:47 I've been pondering this recipe for a while. Well, many variations thereof. The inspiration came from a botched batch of ginger ice cream...I hadn't anticipated the fresh ginger would curdle my milk. The happy accident delayed the ice cream, but provided...
Bourbon Soaked Bundt Cake Bourbon Soaked Bundt Cake By Carpe Cibus 07/13/14 17:46 With nearly a cup of bourbon and three sticks of butter, this is a cake to reserve for special occasions. Happy birthday, Love! adapted from Bake it with Booze and the Brown Eyed Baker yields 1 cake The Ingredients for the cake 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted...
Pecan Meringue Cookies Pecan Meringue Cookies By Carpe Cibus 07/12/14 00:02 Have you made much ice cream or custard this summer? This simple meringue cookie will help use up some of those egg whites. adapted from Elise Bauer's recipe on Simply Recipes yields about 2 dozen cookies The Ingredients: 1 cup whole pecans 3 egg whites,...
Lemongrass Beef Short Ribs Lemongrass Beef Short Ribs By Carpe Cibus 07/09/14 00:26 If you have an afternoon to babysit this batch of braised short ribs, I promise you will be deeply rewarded. Three hours is a lot of time to commit to a dinner, but during the process, the kitchen will be engulfed in an incredible aroma. The meat begins...
Bock Tracks Ice Cream Bock Tracks Ice Cream By Carpe Cibus 07/05/14 00:18 Beer and ice cream has come together again. I wanted to vamp on rocky road but was a bit stumped on which beer to use. Bock seemed like an ideal fit...particularly due to the name of the style. Bock. Goat. And their tendency to frolic among rocky crevices...
Spent Grain Cookies with Pecans and Coconut Spent Grain Cookies with Pecans and Coconut By Carpe Cibus 07/02/14 00:33 SO much grain! I had requested a pail of spent grain from a local brewery after their next brew day. My husband came home with a Rahr grain bag nearly half full. Sadly, there is only so much I can do with limited time and oven rack space. Some has been...
Lemongrass Dubbel Marinated Chicken Lemongrass Dubbel Marinated Chicken By Carpe Cibus 06/28/14 00:37 At it again...cooking with beer. I've been in the possession of The American Craft Beer Cookbook for a few months now and I have yet to post any of the recipes. Although, until recently I hadn't a good opportunity to try any of them out. The book runs the...
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