For some, fall is sweater season. For the more evolved among us, cool autumn weather makes this the time for serious sandwiches. Chicken, apples, & brie make great combo in a salad but imagine it all melted between two slabs of your favorite bread. Add a dark beer and uh, see you after your nap.
Sriracha makes everything taste better. Duh. Now, they’re putting it on popcorn, too. Which is much easier than doing so yourself.
Remember to corn-on-the-cob yourself in the face this summer. But don’t just jam it into the family-size tub of margarine like usual, elevate that ear. Cook it on the grill and when it’s done, dress it up with a little squeeze of citrusy lime, a few sprigs of cilantro, and a dash of smoked paprika.
We should all eat more lasagna. And we might, if it was easier to make. Well, now it is—we found this slow-cooker recipe that takes a lot less effort than baking. Simply load the ingredients into your Crock Pot, crank up the heat & walk away. 3-4 hours later you’ll be feasting.
San Francisco-based family brand Other Brother, calls California Gunpowder their “go-to” spice, a tasty blend of California-grown peppers, Gilroy garlic, & a few secret ingredients that will add kick to your meats, soups, salads, & more.
Here’s a worthy recipe. It contains all three food groups: beer, steak, & cheese, & it’s simple. Reduce the stout over low heat & when it thickens up, brush it onto your skewered steak before grilling. At the same time melt butter and a bit of milk over low heat, slowly adding the gouda as it melts to ooey-gooey goodness.
Which came first the chicken or the beer can? Who cares. Beer can chicken is one of the easiest ways to cook your bird. On the grill or in the oven, you simply set your seasoned chicken upright over the open beer so that the can is partially inside. Then stand back and admire your upright chicken as it cooks to juicy, beer-infused perfection.
Like Bloody Marys for brunch, Pot Roast is an all-American Sunday tradition. But unlike that old hangover helper, most of us haven’t had a decent pot roast since Grandma moved to Arizona. This recipe will tell you everything you need to know to make the perfect pot roast yourself.
Potlicker Kitchen is based in the Green Mountain State of Vermont and they specialize in artisan jams & jellies. Flavors like India Pale Ale, Green Mountain Ale, and Apricot Ale beer jelly will add a little snap to your cheese plate & also work great as a glaze for grilled meats.