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      Cooking With You: Catherine Van Dyke

      sirloin
      sirloin
      ASHWAUBENON - Our next Cooking With You guest is Catherine Van Dyke!Catherine joined FOX 11's Emily Deem on Good Day Wisconsin to share some great Valentine's Day meals!Sirloin Spoon Roast Ingredients:Olive oil to cover top and bottomKosher or coarse sea saltGround black pepper4-7 garlic cloves1 can of beef consumeRoasting pan with rack or some vegetables to make shift a rack Instant-read thermometer - optional Take your spoon roast and cover it all sides top and bottom with a good olive oil, season all over with salt and pepper, slice the garlic cloves in slivers and take a paring knife and cut small slits all over the roast, stuff with the garlic.Add one half to the whole can of beef consume for juice. Place your roast at room temp onto the roasting rack, if you don't have a roasting rack make your own in a large 9x13 cake pan by putting carrots, celery, or onions on the bottom then put the roast on top of the veggies!Roast for 15 minutes, then turn down oven to 225 and roast 45 minutes more per lb. Med-rare is 140 degrees, let rest 15-20 minutes roast will get 5-10 degrees more done during resting period. Slice against the grain!Quick Tiramisu 1 pkg. (8oz) cream cheese at room temperature1/4 cup sugar1 cup heavy cream1/2 tsp rum extract1/2 cup left over strong coffee or espresso1 box of regular size Nilla Wafers1/2 cups mini chocolate chipsA few large strawberries optional for the topIn a medium bowl with electric mixer beat cream cheese and sugar until light and fluffy about 2 minutes. Stir in heavy cream and rum extract, beat about 2 more minutes until it's stiff. Dunk your Nilla Wafers one by one in the cooled coffee and place on the bottom and sides of a glass dish or pac. Spoon in filling. Sprinkle your mini chocolate chips on top and garnish with a large strawberry. Chill until ready to serve.This is for a special treat on a night like Valentine's Day! I believe in moderation and treats once in a while!