McClatchy News Service Beer columnist Barry Shlacter offers a round-up of foods for holiday feasting. If you yearn for something more flavorful than a plain roasted turkey, try this recipe for a marinated and grilled bird made with holiday spices, hard cider and brown ale: Continue reading “Strong Cider And Brown Ale For The Thanksgiving Bird”
Aged Gouda Macaroni & Cheese with Smoked Paprika
part of a series of Mac’n’Cheese brought to you by the
Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board
(WMMB consulting chefs contributed recipes to the BABF cookbook, second printing due soon!) Continue reading “Aged Gouda Mac N Cheese with Smoked Paprika”
Life with a newborn is exhausting. It’s usually impossible to get enough rest and exercise in those first few demanding months, and it’s difficult to eat well.
But as all-consuming as caring for an infant can be, it’s important to take care of yourself too. Choosing healthy foods – and following a few simple eating strategies – will help keep you energized through your busy days and nights. Continue reading “Best foods for new moms: Energy boosters”
Here are a few tips from a recent interview with Jeff Bearer of Craft Beer Radio – and if you have 30 minutes, you can listen to the entire podcast here.
Start with a beer in good condition, one that you’d enjoy drinking solo. If you like the taste of it in a glass, chances are you’ll enjoy the flavors in the finished dish. Continue reading “Better cooking with beer”
Thanks to CraftBeer.com for posting a collection of my recipes for summer grilling, along with musings on Memorial Day beers – the Imperial pilsner, big and bold flavors for BBQ.
Features Imperial brews by Rogue, Sam Adams, Flossmoor Brewing Co., Point Brewing and more. Here’s a photo of the Grilled Chicken Salad with a link to the recipe online. Cheers! Continue reading “Summer grilling and Imperial beer for Memorial Day”