Tag: Cooking with Beer


Banh Mi Hot Dogs with Beer Braised Pork Belly

Hot dogs abound in New York City. They never fail to satisfy, whether it’s lunch on the go in Manhattan, an overpriced treat at the ballpark, or a backyard grill out with friends, particularly during the Summer with a cold beer in hand. My favorite, however, is AsiaDog at Smorgasburg in Brooklyn on Saturdays. There […]

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Crispy Fish Tacos with Avocado Crema

One of the biggest perks of San Diego life: Mexico. The Corona commercials aren’t entirely inaccurate; a day trip to Popotla or weekend trek to Ensanada almost always included lounging on the beach eating fresh fish paired with a cold Tecate roja. I would be 30 minutes from home, but it felt like a vacation. […]

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Roasted Ramp + Jalapeño White Enchilada Sauce

Ramp season is here! Which, I’ve found, means foodie hysteria in NYC. Perhaps it’s because they mark the beginning of Spring. Or maybe it’s their tender purple bulbs and delightfully pungent flavor. Or maybe it’s a lot of hype + demand without much of a supply given their notoriously short season. I haven’t quite figured it […]

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Beer-Battered Apple Fritters

Autumn has come and gone. As has Winter. And this recipe has been neglected, stuck as a draft in limbo, since November. BeerBitty began as a way to document my successes and failures incorporating craft beer in recipes. It then became a way to share a love of craft beer and cooking with others. Little […]

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Miso Saison Glazed Sea Bass

How long has it been? 3 weeks? 4? 5? 6? Let’s just leave it at awhile. Life at Green Flash Brewing Co. keeps moving forward. It’s exciting to be a part of such a quickly growing company, but that also means there’s more production to plan these days. As if that weren’t already enough, I […]

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Chocolate Porter Pudding Dirt Cups

The other day I met my 1st Grade Best Friend downtown for Happy Hour. Now that I live in San Diego again, we’ve reconnected. Years can go by, but we always manage to pick up right where we last left off. I love that about her. Back in Elementary School, we were nearly inseparable. We […]

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