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Orange Chicken with Broccoli Orange Chicken with Broccoli By Carpe Cibus 03/12/13 00:16 Some nights call for a quick and simple dinner absolutely bursting with flavor. Okay, perhaps most nights call for this. While I adore intense, complex and leisurely recipes on occasion, I just do not have the time for them. This recipe is ridiculously...
For the Dogs: Barley's Biscuits For the Dogs: Barley's Biscuits By Carpe Cibus 03/09/13 00:23 Ross and I finally had time to brew another batch of beer. Between his internship, classes and time at a local brewery and my never-ending work schedule, we have had the darnedest time trying to find a few hours to make this happen. And what a tasty brew...
Creamy Pesto Shells with Peas and Cherry Tomatoes Creamy Pesto Shells with Peas and Cherry Tomatoes By Carpe Cibus 03/07/13 05:34 At times the winter seems never ending. The cold seeps into every nook and cranny. Grey skyline blends with the grungy white horizon in a seamless canvas of nothing. Spring will come. It will...the days are already lengthening. But at times I can feel that...
Hawaiian Rum Punch Hawaiian Rum Punch By Carpe Cibus 03/02/13 19:37 Inspired by Hawaii. I should probably be clear on that...this is certainly no authentic island drink. Though in the tourist traps and tropical resorts anything served in a coconut or pineapple may qualify. "One part sour, two parts sweet, three parts strong,...
Pineapple Spam Skewers with a Ginger Soy Glaze Pineapple Spam Skewers with a Ginger Soy Glaze By Carpe Cibus 02/27/13 23:30 Most people find spam unpalatable, or at least believe they do. Granted, the look of that gelatinous compressed mold of meat product right out of can certainly turns my stomach. However, what you do with that meat loaf after it oozes out of the can makes...
Clams in a Coconut Green Curry Broth Clams in a Coconut Green Curry Broth By Carpe Cibus 02/24/13 23:27 Ross and I have decided to make a conscious effort to eat more seafood. One frustration with living in the midwest is the lack of fresh, coastal seafood. In Hawaii we were quite spoiled. This effort probably won't be cheap. But if we try to spoil ourselves...
Smoked Salmon Chowder Smoked Salmon Chowder By Carpe Cibus 02/22/13 00:55 A dear friend and roommate brought us back a wonderful Christmas present from her trip out to see family in Washington and Vancouver. Smoked salmon. I was elated! And had to refrain from ripping open the package and devouring every morsel on spot. After...
Quinoa Banana Pudding for Two Quinoa Banana Pudding for Two By Carpe Cibus 02/19/13 01:37 Most days, I cook as though I'm expecting company. But in reality only two of us regularly take advantage of the bounty of our kitchen. Usually not a problem. The leftovers are always welcome for lunch or a rushed evening dinner later in the week. However,...
Slow Cooker Juniper Chicken Slow Cooker Juniper Chicken By Carpe Cibus 02/18/13 03:59 Snowy, snowy days call for hot and hearty meals. A day like today last Sunday necessitates making the most out of what is already in the pantry, because there would be no "quick" drive to the grocery store for any last minute items. Thankfully, we had all...
Pale Ale Corn Muffins Pale Ale Corn Muffins By Carpe Cibus 02/13/13 03:06 In the middle of February, when the days are cold and the work is slow, how better to heat things up then with a chili cook-off. This past Friday the ladies and gentlemen of the costume shop put together a killer feast with four types of chili, a plethora...
Quick and Dirty Spinach Lentil Curry Quick and Dirty Spinach Lentil Curry By Carpe Cibus 02/10/13 01:27 Indian food and I, we've come to an understanding. We have a method. The dishes almost always turn out. There is occasionally an exception though. Ross and I have been going back and forth on the proper food pairings for an IPA...an India Pale Ale. Traditionally...
Classic Lemon Bars Classic Lemon Bars By Carpe Cibus 02/07/13 04:41 Apparently there was a fairly large sporting event last Sunday. I must have missed it. Ross and I spent most of the day in the car driving back to Minneapolis from Milwaukee. And then for some reason I was hit with the incredible need to bake dessert, but...
Cheddar and Green Chili Corn Cakes with Mango Avocado Salsa Cheddar and Green Chili Corn Cakes with Mango Avocado Salsa By Carpe Cibus 02/04/13 03:22 Is it an appetizer? Or a side? After eating a few I may suspect they may even fit into the breakfast category. Regardless, these little corn cakes are incredibly tasty. You'd think fifteen would go a long way, but between three folk, we barely had any left...
Roasted Winter Root Vegetables Roasted Winter Root Vegetables By Carpe Cibus 02/03/13 05:32 Every once in a while a recipe will be posted on another blog and I know it is only a mere matter of days before I try it out...usually because I have been seeking inspiration for a particular ingredient. In this case, the ingredients are the root veggies...
Roasted Parsnips with Horseradish Butter Roasted Parsnips with Horseradish Butter By Carpe Cibus 02/01/13 17:45 The end of January lingers on. And would you believe we still have veggies left from our last CSA storage box? Those carrots, parsnips, potatoes and squash certainly hold up well in the right conditions. And the bright snap of a carrot when the temperature...
Tomato Soup Tomato Soup By Carpe Cibus 01/21/13 22:57 Brrr! I'm not sure how the rest of the country is fairing today, but in Minneapolis the temperature is hovering around a blistering -5 F on this sunny MLK day. This morning was wonderful while still bundled under the covers. But later on Ross and I headed...
Beer Pretzel Toffee Beer Pretzel Toffee By Carpe Cibus 01/13/13 22:57 Last year I fell in love with Audra's family toffee recipe. Though that isn't difficult to do. Heath bars have long been a guilty pleasure of mine on a bad day. And then Jackie upped the ante by throwing beer and pretzels into the mix. I dare you not to...
Maple Miso Salmon Maple Miso Salmon By Carpe Cibus 01/11/13 02:10 Every once in a while the mood for a fresh piece of fish strikes. It is a urge that really shouldn't be denied. So off to the fish monger or super market we go, to track the freshest fillet. In this case, salmon. I already new I wanted to treat it with...
Silly Simple Aioli Silly Simple Aioli By Carpe Cibus 01/07/13 22:43 I made sweet potato fries. But I failed to have my favorite condiment on hand for dipping. Thank you, Internet, for coming to the rescue. This is a quick and dirty aioli. Most of you probably have these items on hand already. And you needn't worry about...
Baked Sweet Potato Fries Baked Sweet Potato Fries By Carpe Cibus 01/04/13 23:52 I am certain I have waxed poetic about my fondness for sweet potatoes in the past. So I will keep such pronouncements of undying affection to a minimum in this post. And yet, sweet potato fries...these may be the ultimate snack food. adapted from Cookie...
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