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Fairfield County Beer and Beyond Message Board › Cooking with Beer!

Cooking with Beer!

Marianne
Stars_Only
Norwalk, CT
Post #: 135
I still can't bring myself to waste beer by using it to cook with, but I have seen quite a few recipes.

Here's one I just found the other day:
http://www.kraftrecip...­

Do you have any favorite beer recipes? Reply to this post so we can keep them all together!
Gregg
Gregg1962
Bronx, NY
Post #: 12
I don't know if it's really a waste cooking with beer. Yes you generally cook out the alcohol, but the hops and barley and other flavorings linger with your recipe... not a waste at all!
In fact... my addition...
Whenever I smoke ribs (smoker is always going in the summer!) I soak my wood in beer! (too funny, as I typed that I realized the salacious bend someone can make of that! oh well, let's stick to cooking for now....) Anyway, the flavor of the beer-soaked wood seeps into the ribs and really adds to the overall flavor. You can even do without bbq sauce to really enjoy the enhanced flavor of the ribs!
Kristen
user 2344668
Group Organizer
Charleston, SC
Post #: 21
Pasta cooked in beer does not work…however beer pancakes are the best! Just replace the milk with beer (great with Victoria Bitter) and delete the baking powder. Works well with those half full bottles of abandoned beer the morning after a party.
Marianne
Stars_Only
Norwalk, CT
Post #: 173
Article about cooking with beer! Contains lots of links to recipes:
http://tinyurl.com/6k...­

Marianne
Stars_Only
Norwalk, CT
Post #: 174
Found this recipe today and I thought some of you might like it!

Whiskey and Beer BBQ Chicken Sliders

http://www.bettycrock...­

Marianne
Stars_Only
Norwalk, CT
Post #: 177
Beer & Bacon-Glazed "All-Mans" (Almonds)

http://tinyurl.com/4x...­

Looks like a pretty easy to make recipe!!
Marianne
Stars_Only
Norwalk, CT
Post #: 179
This recipe even had a little video!

Beer and Bacon Mancakes:
http://www.bettycrock...­

Marianne
Stars_Only
Norwalk, CT
Post #: 193
Beer Cake recipe!!

Looks pretty easy. You can use different types of beer to experiment with the flavors!
Hmm....how about a chocolate stout....

http://www.imbibemaga...­
Marianne
Stars_Only
Norwalk, CT
Post #: 198
Guinness Ice Cream with Chocolate-Covered Pretzels

http://www.foodandwin...­


Certainly not healthy, but looks cool!!
David P.
user 12783913
Boston, MA
Post #: 2
I cook with beer every chance I get! Last Thanksgiving I managed to put beer in some form in every dish I made. A lot of my information and inspiration came from Sean Paxton (aka the home brew chef). He does some crazy and amazing things with food and beer and he has tons of info and recipes on his site! Check it out.

http://www.homebrewch...­
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