Crack it open, cook with it and eat it, washed down with another bottle. Who knew there were so many great recipes that were lifted from your ordinary, run of the day dishes to something very special just by adding beer? The Beer Cookbook ($12) is the book beer lovers have been waiting for as if they aren’t drinking it they can still indulge through their food. Included within the 40+ recipes included her are such delights as spicy beer-soaked shrimps, sauced meatballs, drunk cheddar soup, pub chops, beer-buttered steaks, tailgate salmon, 3-beer chilli and chocolate stout lava cake, yum!
Facebook Twitter Pinterest In, To Have and Have Another: A Hemingway Cocktail Companion ($19), Philip Greene the well known Ernest Hemingway enthusiast and connoisseur of all things cocktail delves even deeper into the drinking habits of this famous author than ever before. He offers up dozens of authentic recipes for drinks which are directly connected […]