Cooking with Beer
The guys behind the Chicago-based MANBQUE offer up this Saison-flavored pizza that you can make at home. It's perfect to enjoy during the big game, or anytime that pizza craving strikes.
This easy to prepare recipe for campfire flatbread is perfect for your next camping trip.
This simple to prepare cake is perfect for your next camping trip.
While more associated with savory dishes, IPA adds layers of flavor to desserts such as this chocolate pain perdu with butter caramel-salted peanut ice cream.
You could use a Vienna lager or a Pilsner for this recipe; both are firm enough to let the brightness of the beer shine through, but not so bitter that they overpower the sausage and herbs.
A rich stout and honey reduction provides a great counterpoint to the spicy tuna, ginger, and Sriracha mixture in this elegant dish.
With a variety of peppers, all meat (no beans), and a hefty dopplebock, our version of this chili may not hail from Texas, but it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Thought by some to be the original pancake, johnnycake is a cornmeal flatbread, basically fried cornmeal mush. Here, wheat beer adds flavor and zest.
Flavored with stout, maple syrup, and molasses, this hearty side dish is simple to prepare, but you need to take the time to do it right.
Braising for 3 hours in a tripel and then deep frying are the secrets to tender but crispy pork ribs.