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Southwest Shredded Beef Sandwich

Chef Nancy had a great recipe with step-by-step pics of Chicago Beefs back on April 30th but here's a slighlty different take on a Southwest version of a tasty beef sandwich.

Chef Matt Pinter, Center Green

mpinter@ucar.edu

 

Link to Recipe

Southwest Shredded Beef Sandwich

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Posted by Sylvia Ng at ext. 1158, sylviang@ucar.edu

Monday, June 29, 2020 to Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Nutmeg is one of my favorite spices because it can be made sweet or savory. I love a little hint of nutmeg in my Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie.

Susan Cozad, Mesa Lab Cook

scozad@ucar.edu

 

Link to Recipe:

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Link to Shared Collection of Recipes:

Event Services, What's Cooking?!

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Posted by Sylvia Ng at ext. 1158, sylviang@ucar.edu

Friday, June 26, 2020 to Sunday, July 26, 2020

Curried Shrimp with Almonds

Many of you have been asking for more curry dishes. This dish I've had in N.Y.C. at the “21” club, a former speakeasy right in Times square. The building has been there for more than 8 decades, serving food and spirits. This dish has  been a mainstay on their menu for years. This dish would pair well with a nice Gewurztraminer wine, a very crisp, light, German wine. Enjoy!

Chef Mike Briski

briski@ucar.edu

 

Link to Recipe:

Curried Shrimp with Almonds

Link to Shared Collection of Recipes:

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Posted by Sylvia Ng at ext. 1158, sylviang@ucar.edu

Thursday, June 25, 2020 to Saturday, July 25, 2020

Are you interested in K-12 education and public outreach? If so, please join your colleagues in an online Zoom discussion about this topic on Tuesday, July 28th, from 2:30-3:30 pm. During this meeting, we will share updates on education and outreach efforts happening across the organization, discuss ideas for collaborations across groups, and discuss new ideas for education and outreach efforts we want to consider doing in the future.

To RSVP, please send an email to Shaun Bush at sbush@ucar.edu and you'll be added to the calendar invite.

If you would like to discuss or share anything at the meeting, please add it to our agenda. This is a living document that you can fill out before and during the meeting.

In addition, if you haven't already signed up for the email list for this group (k12@ucar.edu), please email Emily Snode-Brenneman at emilysb@ucar.edu and let her know that you would like to be added to the list to get notifications about education and outreach opportunities.

We hope to see you at the meeting!

Posted by Emily Snode-Brenneman at ext. 2579, emilysb@ucar.edu

Thursday, June 25, 2020 to Tuesday, July 28, 2020

SPEAKER:        Mr. Samuel Degelia - Ph.D. Student, University of Oklahoma

DATE:                July 14, 2020

TIME:                 3:30 - 4:30 pm MDT

WEBCAST:       https://www.ucar.edu/live?room=fl21022

QUESTIONS:   Email questions during the talk to Ulrike Romatschke: romatsch@ucar.edu

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ABSTRACT:

Nocturnal convection is often initiated by mechanisms that cannot be easily observed within the large gaps between rawinsondes or by conventional surface networks. To improve forecasts of such events, we present the systematic impact of assimilating a collocated network of high-frequency, ground-based thermodynamic and kinematic profilers collected as part of the 2015 PECAN field experiment. Through midlevel cooling and moistening, assimilating Atmospheric Emitted Radiance Interferometers (AERIs) increases the traditional contingency metrics for nocturnal convection initiation (CI).  Although assimilating kinematic profilers often decreases similar metrics, we find that assimilating both datasets together improves various properties of the CI events that are successfully predicted (timing, location, shape, etc.). These results and other ongoing work will be presented in this seminar.

Posted by Melissa Ward at ext. 8713, mward@ucar.edu

Wednesday, June 24, 2020 to Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Baked Orange Roughy with Citrus Salsa

This fish can be baked or grilled on your outdoor grill and it's wonderful served with a saffron flavored rice.

Also, keep an eye out for Susan's recipe for another take on orange roughy coming up in the next few weeks.

Chef Matt Pinter, Center Green

mpinter@ucar.edu

 

Link to Recipe:

Baked Orange Roughy with Citrus Salsa

Link to Shared Collection of Recipes:

Event Services, What's Cooking?!

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Posted by Sylvia Ng at ext. 1158, sylviang@ucar.edu

Wednesday, June 24, 2020 to Friday, July 24, 2020

Cheese Tortellini with Cannellini Bean Sauce

Nutmeg is one of my favorite spices because it can be sweet or savory. This low-fat pasta dish can be made in a snap thanks to refrigerated tortellini and canned beans.

Susan Cozad, Mesa Lab Cook

scozad@ucar.edu

 

Link to Recipe:

Cheese Tortellini with Cannellini Bean Sauce

Link to Shared Collection of Recipes:

Event Services, What's Cooking?!

Or access them through our UCAR Event Services website here  

Posted by Sylvia Ng at ext. 1158, sylviang@ucar.edu

Tuesday, June 23, 2020 to Thursday, July 23, 2020

Beef Sirloin Tip Roast

Carve your roast into nice slices and serve with noodles and veggies. Serve leftovers with a side of potatoes or rice, or better I put it over a nice cool salad with Italian based dressing.

Chef Nancy Bottlemy, Mesa Lab

bottlemy@ucar.edu

 

Link to Recipe:

Beef Sirloin Tip Roast

Link to Shared Collection of Recipes:

Event Services, What's Cooking?!

Or access them through our UCAR Event Services website here  

Posted by Sylvia Ng at ext. 1158, sylviang@ucar.edu

Monday, June 22, 2020 to Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Steak Diane

Steak Diane is traditionally served tableside by the captain or maȋtre d’. Today, because many of us are eating less beef and less frequently, we tend to want something special when we do. Steak Diane fits the bill perfectly! Showy but simple to prepare. Choose a ripe, full, but not too serious red wine, so the quality of this dish can take center stage. Bon Appétit!

Chef Michael Briski, Foothills

briski@ucar.edu

 

Link to Recipe:

Steak Diane

Link to Shared Collection of Recipes:

Event Services, What's Cooking?!

Or access them through our UCAR Event Services website here

Posted by Sylvia Ng at ext. 1158, sylviang@ucar.edu

Friday, June 19, 2020 to Sunday, July 19, 2020

Pork Diane

Here's my take on this classic recipe for Pork Diane and look out for Chef Mike's version of the recipe tomorrow featuring Steak Diane.

Chef Matt Pinter, Center Green

mpinter@ucar.edu

 

Link to Recipe:

Pork Diane

Link to Shared Collection of Recipes:

Event Services, What's Cooking?!

Or access them through our UCAR Event Services website here  

Posted by Sylvia Ng at ext. 1158, sylviang@ucar.edu

Thursday, June 18, 2020 to Saturday, July 18, 2020

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