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Carpe Cibus Carpe Cibus By Carpe Cibus 06/30/13 05:34 The wonderful thing about flank and skirt steak? It used to be such a wonderfully cheap cut of meat that nobody wanted. Sort of like chicken wings. And then somebody caught on to how awesome this under appreciated cut of meat is. Now I'm lucky if I can...
Turkey and Red Bean Soup with Rainbow Chard Turkey and Red Bean Soup with Rainbow Chard By Carpe Cibus 06/30/13 04:46 The peak of summer is upon us, with all of its muggy, hot glory. So why does my mind drift to soups and chili? I suppose the fixation has a lot to do with a small test batch of red chili beans that found its way into our CSA box last week. The farm included...
Vietnamese Pork Chops Vietnamese Pork Chops By Carpe Cibus 06/20/13 02:45 Meat. Summer. Grill. And of course. Rain. So a slight change of plans. These thick-cut marinaded pork chops would have been phenominal on the grill, but with the 20 minute windows of sunshine we seem to have been experiencing, the skillet will have to do....
Cheesy Corn Porridge with Garlic-Chives and Bacon Cheesy Corn Porridge with Garlic-Chives and Bacon By Carpe Cibus 06/17/13 00:40 A few months back I made up a batch of pale ale corn muffins, and ever since this recipe has been kicking around in the back of my head. The muffin recipe started out with a polenta-like base. The green chilies, butter and cornmeal smelled so amazing as...
Seared Scallops with Apple Pan Sauce Seared Scallops with Apple Pan Sauce By Carpe Cibus 06/14/13 05:05 I'm on a bit of a Bon Appetite kick. Have you noticed. I'm sorry. It's hard not to devour each issue cover to cover. With our l ate late LATE starting spring, many of the seasonal veggies and dishes featured had to be put on the back burner until the just...
Buttermilk-Brined Roasted Chicken with Kale Cress and Bread Salad Buttermilk-Brined Roasted Chicken with Kale Cress and Bread Salad By Carpe Cibus 06/11/13 03:05 Dishes that come to the table in one large glorious dish never fail to impress. The chicken and the bitter, hearty and slightly tangy salad accompanying it create a beautiful rustic dish. It is a hair tedious to prepare, between the 8 hours to marinate...
Savory Bread Pudding with Rapini and Prosciutto Savory Bread Pudding with Rapini and Prosciutto By Carpe Cibus 06/10/13 06:49 Breakfast for dinner? Certainly! But this dish is also a twist on what is typically thought of as dessert. Perhaps the end result is more strata than bread pudding. But with as inexpensive, yet full of flavor dish is, that seems like a minor detail worth...
Chorizo Spiked Clams with New Potatoes Chorizo Spiked Clams with New Potatoes By Carpe Cibus 06/10/13 06:25 Ross and I seem to be making good on an attempt to cook seafood with more regularity. With the exception of weeks I am in dress rehearsals all evening, we've stayed a steady course. This week's seafood dish: clams steamed in a flavorful broth with enough...
Chicken Orzo Soup with Dill and Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup with Dill and Lemon By Carpe Cibus 06/10/13 05:05 Few things are as comforting as a bowl of chicken soup. Especially since we seem in the midst of the chilly spring that won't quite come full bloom. But unlike many a hearty winter or fall dish, this Greek inspired soup is steeped with the bright and hopeful...
Banana Beer Bread Banana Beer Bread By Carpe Cibus 06/01/13 23:19 Yard work is futile today. The sun teased me for about an hour before the dark clouds rolled in and the downpours began. At this rate, I may never get our front yard redone and our trees planted. But at least a good chunk of weeds are gone. So now that...
Creamy Barley and Cranberry Salad Creamy Barley and Cranberry Salad By Carpe Cibus 05/26/13 04:35 Barley...not just for beer... Summer is fast approaching, though with our chilly evenings and rainy days it's a bit hard to believe. With summer comes a plethora of backyard barbeques and picnics. Grills are going full throttle and dishes arrive by the...
Sweet Potato and Gruyere Stacks Sweet Potato and Gruyere Stacks By Carpe Cibus 05/26/13 02:40 I very quickly tire of the tried and true. Why else would I be pushing myself to try 100 new recipes every year? Don't get me wrong...I love traditions. And I absolutely adore sweet potatoes. But I can only tolerate them slathered in brown sugar and marshmallows...
Black Beans and Brown Rice with Ginger Salsa Black Beans and Brown Rice with Ginger Salsa By Carpe Cibus 05/26/13 01:40 Keep it simple, keep it cheap... I should really work on making this a regular mantra. Good food needn't be fussy. It certainly doesn't have to be expenxive. Want a quick, inexpensive and aboslutley delicious dish layered with flavors? This dinner is for...
Bacon Wrapped Trout with Chives, Tarragon and Dill Bacon Wrapped Trout with Chives, Tarragon and Dill By Carpe Cibus 05/14/13 03:07 The presentation of a whole broiled fish is quite an impressive sight. Perhaps a little intimidating for some. Wrapped in bacon and you may even forget that dinner is staring at you with mouth a gap in a silent scream. But, oh is this fish so good... The...
Oven Roasted Cumin Cauliflower Oven Roasted Cumin Cauliflower By Carpe Cibus 05/12/13 22:59 Poor cauliflower...overlooked among the crudites and asked to parade around as something it is mot whenever someone feels the need to cut the carbs, but NEEDS mashed potatoes. One day, you will have your moment of glory. But rest assured, you will always...
Fig and Belgian Dubbel Reduction Fig and Belgian Dubbel Reduction By Carpe Cibus 05/02/13 00:30 Move over wine. It is time to share the culinary platform. Meet the Belgian dubbel. This recipe, as with my previous pancake post, was nudged--nay--pushed along by a recent class on cooking with beer taught by Sean Paxton. The idea had been stewing for...
Coconut Brown Ale Pancakes with Coconut Cream and Toasted Macadamia Nuts Coconut Brown Ale Pancakes with Coconut Cream and Toasted Macadamia Nuts By Carpe Cibus 04/29/13 06:02 Back in college I was fortunate to be introduced to decent local and craft beers pretty early in my drinking history. Stevens Point Brewery was well established and well loved among the city and college. Back then the beer list was much smaller than the...
Nectarine and Cashew Cream Tart *gluten and mostly dairy free Nectarine and Cashew Cream Tart *gluten and mostly dairy free By Carpe Cibus 04/23/13 03:44 Spring, where have you gone? No where near Minneapolis by the look of the snow outside. Such a shame too...right around this time every year the need for fruit tarts hits. Something about the hopeful warm breeze of a pending summer, I suppose. Not so much...
Martha Stewart's Scalloped Potatoes Martha Stewart's Scalloped Potatoes By Carpe Cibus 04/19/13 22:14 Ham dinners wouldn't be complete without a side of scalloped or au gratin potatoes. I've had mixed luck with these dishes in the past. Often, towards the end of baking the sauce will begin to clump or congeal instead of keeping its creamy consistency. The...
Tangerine-Glazed Ham Tangerine-Glazed Ham By Carpe Cibus 04/17/13 00:33 Ham is an interesting meat. Hickory smoke and salt overwhelm the flavors. A mighty powerful glaze is needed to cut through all of the fat and salt to compliment and play off of the whole. Sweet pairs well with the smokey. And citrus manages to cut through...
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