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(Huffington Post)   10 ways to cook with beer. #11 is actually put it in the food   ( divider line
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2013-03-08 06:16:57 PM  
2 beers, nothing fancy, American Lagers
some vinegar
a bunch of Old Bay
some salt
some red pepper flakes

Bring to a boil, then let "rest" for at least 15 minutes.

Bring back to a boil, add 2 lbs skrimps, clamp on lid.
The skrims are finished 1 minute after they come back to the boil.

2013-03-08 06:38:05 PM  

Trayal: Boil ribs in beer for 30 mins or so before putting them on the bbq grill, set to low. turn every few mins and coat with thin layers of your favorite bbq sauce until there's a little charcoal on the edges, but they're still juicy and tender.

/you're welcome

you barbarian.

do you stir the sauce with your dick?
2013-03-08 06:57:45 PM  

Krowdaddy Chixdiggit: Waste beer by putting it in some food concoction?? No thanks....

Well you can use swill youd never actually drink for most cooking recipies like beer can chicken and beer bread.
2013-03-08 08:41:48 PM  
Most recent uses of beer in cooking/baking.

Lager in mac&cheese
Brown ale in shepherd's pie
Guinness in gingerbread
2013-03-08 08:51:52 PM  
No one tried it with bacon pancakes yet? Full Size

/stuck in your head again, isn't it?
2013-03-08 09:10:31 PM  

Buttle not Tuttle: I have a great mac and cheese recipe that only got better when I added a bottle of Abita Turbodog to the sauce. Beer makes everything better.

Why have I never thought of beer-cheese macaroni?  I must experiment with this.  FOR SCIENCE!
2013-03-08 09:13:52 PM  
Combine equal amounts of beer and flour, then let it sit at room temperature for three to fours hours, stirring whenever convenient. It makes a great batter for deep frying onion rings or shrimp.
2013-03-09 05:37:11 AM  
Bass & Smoked Gouda Soup?

White Bean Turkey Chili, reducing some Becks in the veggies?

Newcastle Beer-battered Haddock?

A chicken smoked with a Schlitz stuffed up it's rear?
2013-03-09 05:44:56 AM  
A Rubbermaid full of Heinekin? can that be a course?
2013-03-09 05:29:24 PM  
Beer brine pork chops with beer mustard sauce. This one has become a favorite: r- mustard-sauce.aspx
Most folks have all the ingredients already.
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