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Chef Jamie BissonnetteMakes Steak and Asparagus Salad with Pickled Ramps and Cauliflower on the Smart Grill
Chef Jamie Bissonnette makes New York Strip Steak with asparagus a la plancha, pickled ramps, cauliflower a la grecque, and sweet cicely on the Smart Grill by Breville. About Chef Bissonnette: As Executive Chef and Partner at Coppa, Jamie Bissonnette collaborates with Chef/Proprietor Ken Oringer to deliver a menu of Italian-inspired small plates highlighting locally sourced, sustainable ingredients. The Improper Bostonian named him Rising Star Chef and KO Prime Best New Restaurant in 2007. Jamie became Executive Chef and Partner at Toro in fall 2008, opened Coppa the following fall, and continues to helm the kitchens at both properties. Jamie is a local champion of nose-to-tail cuisine and well known locally and nationally for his exceptional charcuterie and passionate dedication to supporting local, sustainable purveyors. He was spokesperson for the Wisconsin Cheese Board in 2008, has been featured in The Boston Globe, Gourmet, Edible Boston, and was recently named Rising Star Chef 2009 by Starchefs.com. Recipe: Steak and Asparagus Salad with Pickled Ramps and Cauliflower Serves 2 as a shared lunch 5 oz NY Strip club steak 5 each Jumbo Asparagus, peeled 1 cup Cauliflower, cooked in olive oil and white wine with garlic (poached until tender) 1 tablespoon Butter (unsalted) 1 each Shallot (sliced) 1/4 cup Pickled Ramps in vinegar Olive Oil to taste Sea Salt to taste 2 oz Sweet Cicely, or chervil. Season the steak with salt and pepper. Cook the steak on all sides o sear until medium rare (about 4-5 minutes on the Smart Grill) Pull the steak to rest. Grill the asparagus with the shallots, and some olive oil. Season the asparagus with salt and butter on the grill. Warm the cauliflower on the grill. Arrange the asparagus on a plate, slice the steak and place on top of the asparagus. Arrange the cauliflower around the plate. Drizzle with the ramp vinaigette and garnish with sweet cicely leaves, and sea salt on the sliced steak.P is for...
Punk! If you don't know him, you are really missing out. I have the great pleasure of knowing him for reals and I can honestly tell you that he is a super great guy! He is one of my closest friends ever. He might read this and think, "uh, that's kind of sad...we aren't that close" but I don't think so. We used to spend tons of time together. Our sons have played football and basketball together for years, and we have spent about a bizillion hours playing Rock Band. We have had some really good times. There are a few things you should know about Punk: 1. Funniest guy ever, period. 2. He is a super dad!! 3. He is an all things Denver fanatic. 4. He is a photoshop master. 5. He has mad skills with his camera. 6. He can play Rock Band like nobody's business. 7. He is funny. Yes, he is so funny that I had to mention that again. We have a lot in common. We love to hate; we condemn; we ridicule; we have an off color sense of humor; we judge; we mock; we are both always right; and, we can both be quite infuriating! Lol. We also love music. We love basketball. We love football. We love the Yankees. Oh wait, that is me. He hates them. Hate, Punk, hate. We text each other almost everyday. He's at work. I'm folding clothes. He gets bored. I get bored. We text at midnight about basketball games or flickr, or even Dane Cook. He really is one of the closest friends I have, which brings me to my point... His grandpa died last week and it's been very hard on him. He went back to his hometown for the services and to spend time with his family. I had the pleasure of meeting his grandpa and he was a really, really sweet man. Punk was very proud of him. I just wanted my friend to know that I am thinking about him and I am so sorry for his loss. Rest in peace, Felix.
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