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Grilled Caesar Salad with Steak and Blue Cheese

July 9, 2008
Grilled Caesar Salad with Steak and Blue Cheese

A Grilled Caesar Salad with Steak and Blue Cheese is filling, flavorful, and healthy! It is also a great way to use produce in your CSA box!

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Tri-Tip Roast Prevails!

May 25, 2008
Grilled Tri-Tip Roast

We here at Cuisine Capers know our cuts of meat. We encounter them often. So we don’t take it lightly when we announce that we’ve now named the tri-tip roast the perfect cut of grilling beef available.

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Gorgonzola Galore

May 16, 2007

Gorgonzola has rapidly become one of our favorite cheeses. We cook with it, we eat it after dinner as a cheese course with wine or port, and we always have it on hand. Much of the reason for this is because we are fortunate enough to live close to one of the top Gorgonzola producers, […]

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Turkeys and Tomatoes

May 11, 2007

After years and years, we’ve upgraded our grill (but more about that in another entry…). Our new charcoal grill has a rotisserie attachment, and I’ve been eager to experiment with it. We have never cooked this way before, so it’s a new thing! Doesn’t this turkey look pretty? Doesn’t it look perfect? Doesn’t it look […]

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That’s One Smart Kraut!

August 21, 2006

I’ve figured out why I will never amass a fortune. I don’t act on my impulses and create obscure, targeted niche marketing products. What caused this epiphany, you may ask? Well, there I was, wandering around Jenifer Street Market in Madison one day and lo and behold, what should I come across but one of […]

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Kabobs and Grilled Vegetables

August 6, 2006

Nothing screams summer more than sweet corn and massive quantities of zucchini. Based on that, it is safe to say that I’ve got a lot of screaming going on in my house right now. So in an effort to reduce that noise level, last night we made what has to be in contention for the […]

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Garlic Thyme Pork Chops and Garlic Mashed Cauliflower

March 6, 2005

I picked up some very nice thick cut pork chops at my local butchers this weekend. I wanted to try something new and different, so I went to that giant cookbook on the web Google and search for Pork Chop Recipe. One popped up from the Better Homes and Gardens web site that looked interesting, […]

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I may get tired of this one day….

December 9, 2004

…but I doubt it! Our new Viking Stovetop is incredible! It’s a 48″, 6 burner gas range with a grill. We went back and forth before we settled on this when we were designing our new house. Was 48″ too big? Did we really need 6 burners? Was adding the grill (and the upgraded ventilation […]

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Brat Fest: Labor Day 2004

September 5, 2004

Our local paper yesterday carried the news that because Hurricane Frances was swirling away off the coast of Florida, the ozone layer was causing haze and pollutants all the way up here, in Wisconsin. The reporter should have done his research. That wasn’t hurricane-induced haze on the horizon. What the reporter was catching drift of […]

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Fire Up the Grill

July 25, 2004

It was one of those exceptional days, temps in the low 70′s, low humidity, light breeze and sunny. I decided to cook some of my favorite things. For starters some bruschetta made with this great roasted garlic bread they have at the local grocers. As a main course,  flank steak marinated in a rosemary olive […]

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Tomatoes Galore

July 25, 2004

It’s the time of year that we only dream about in April. We’ve got fresh, homegrown tomatoes spilling over out of our patio pots and into our kitchen. We’ve made our BLTs a few times, but now it’s time to get creative. Dinner last night – Marinated chicken breasts with homemade salsa and guacamole: Click […]

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IMBB #6: Tenderloin Chimichurri with Grilled Vegetables

July 18, 2004

When this month’s Is My Blog Burning? #6 was announced, I was a little bit disappointed that it was “Griller’s Delight”. Don’t get me wrong, we love to grill in the summer, but we don’t get terribly inventive, for 2 reasons: Reason #1: One of the members in this household stubbornly clings to a 15 […]

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CSA Challenge – Day 1

July 10, 2004

As mentioned in one of my previous entries, I am determined to use all the produce from our CSA box this week. Tonight: Grilled yellow beans, fennel, yellow squash, onion and garlic, served with yogurt marinated chicken breasts. Click below to see what I’ve used up, and what’s left to go. (I have a plan […]

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June 30, 2004

Grilled Beer Brat with Sauerkraut, Onions and Mustard … enough said.

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Southwestern Sirloin with Black Bean Salsa

June 13, 2004

Southwestern Grilled Sirloin with Black Bean Salsa Click the link to see the recipe.

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