Tag: Recipes


Summer Mango Shrimp Salad with Red Hook Wit

I’ve been wanting to feature guest posts for awhile, but have yet to find the courage to ask anyone as I still consider myself new to the blogging scene. Lucky enough, Alissa from Cooking with Surly reached out to me for a cooking with craft beer recipe exchange. A fellow cooking with craft beer gal, […]

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Beer-yani

The sun is shining and it’s technically Spring, but the recent windchill and sporadic rainstorms don’t suggest any change of season. As a result, I’ve found myself craving warm and satisfying meals that aren’t too heavy. I love all of the Spring vegetables making an appearance at the Farmer’s Market, but they’re not exactly cold […]

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Beef and Barley Stew with Guinness

T minus 10 days until St. Patrick’s Day! A celebration notorious for pints of green Guinness and Irish Car Bombs. But it wasn’t always that way.. In the early 17th Century, St. Patrick’s Day was declared a “feast day” in Ireland, a secular celebration to commemorate a patron saint. While “feast days” don’t always mean […]

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Cream Cheese Ice Cream with Lambic Ribbon

This bowl of happiness is one of my favorite dessert creations. It’s the result of two recipes that seemed to be a match made in cooking with beer heaven: Dave Lebovitz’s cream cheese ice cream and a lambic float. This recipe isn’t custard based which means no eggs. The cream cheese and sour cream create […]

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Chipotle Sweet Potato Hash

I love breakfast. How so many people overlook the most important meal of the day baffles me, especially on the weekend. I’ll often spend a full Sunday morning cooking up a feast larger than any dinner from the week. There’s something so satisfying about the savory, sweet, and salty flavors – not to mention breakfast […]

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Pale Ale Hollandaise

Hollandaise is my all time favorite breakfast accompaniment. The rich, creamy texture that’ll coat your fork is oh so satisfying. And the buttery, slightly acidic flavor – divine. My only quarrel: it’ll take over a dish and it’s not the easiest to successfully make. My recipe for hollandaise fixes solves both of those predicaments. The […]

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