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Chicken Parmigiana

November 2, 2009
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Chicken Parmagiana is perhaps one of the simplest, most under-made recipes. At least it is here at Cuisine Capers. It is hard to say why that is, given that it is a full-flavored, hearty dish that really hits the comfort spot.

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It is Lutefisk Season

October 8, 2009
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It’s that time of year again, when the crisp fall temperatures stir the hearts of Wisconsin’s Norwegian brethren. The aroma of rotting fish and rutabagas is in the air.

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California Wine Country 2009 – Dry Creek – In Summary

September 13, 2009
Bella Vineyards, Dry Creek

There is no question that Napa’s main drag offers more of that in a concentrated tourist friendly package. But this was our fourth trip, and the primary focus was on wine

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California Wine Country 2009 – Dry Creek – Day Four

September 13, 2009
Rosenblum Cellars

Our last day in Healdsburg was to be a short one as we had made plans to drive back to San Francisco to have dinner before flying home the following day. Still, we managed to stop in on two wineries before we headed back to the city.

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California Wine Country 2009 – Dry Creek – Day Three

September 13, 2009
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On day three we planned to start at the southern end of Dry Creek Valley and work our way north. This would allow us to visit most of the other wineries we had planned on while ending up close to our hotel. We were able to hit all of the wineries on our list, while discovering new favorites that were previously unknown to us.

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Wisconsin State Fair

August 21, 2009
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Wisconsin State Fair Food – for your viewing pleasure, a photo tour of a sampling of the food stands I encountered on my way from the entrance of the fair to the location to buy the famous Wisconsin State Fair Cream Puff.

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California Wine Country 2009 – Dry Creek – Day Two

June 14, 2009
Pedroncelli Winery

One of the reasons that we were interested in headquartering our visit in the Dry Creek area was because you literally can’t turn around without encountering an interesting, Zinfandel-producing winery. This certainly proved to be true on this day.

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Farro and Arugula Salad with Flank Steak

May 24, 2009
Farro and Arugula Salad with Flank Steak

Farro is not one of those ingredients that most people have laying around in their kitchens. That’s a pity. It has become a staple in my house due to its versitility, texture, flavor and health benefits.

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Grilled Asparagus Milanese

May 23, 2009
Grilled Asparagus Milanese

Spring brings asparagus season, and asparagus just screams for two of my favorite ways to prepare food… grilled, and with an egg on top.

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White Bean and Ramp Soup

May 11, 2009
White Bean Soup with Ramps

I may have mentioned a time or two how much I like ramps. As it is now high ramp season, much of what I am cooking has a ramp component to it in one way or another.

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