Generally speaking, homemade chili is pretty simple to make. All the ingredients go into one pot, add spices, and just let it do its thing. This recipe ups the ante with the addition of a bottle of Newcastle Brown Ale, which is proven to give the flavor of chili a little extra snap.
Creatively combining two certified superfoods: chili & pizza comes this recipe for Chili Cheese Stromboli. It’s basically a chili-filled pizza rolled up like a jelly-roll and baked to cheesy, gooey goodness.
Beer. It truly does makes everything better. And if you’re having a few, you’ll need some snacks. We found an easy way for you to fortify that bowl of mixed nuts on the bar with some home-cooked craft and flavor: Coat them with a mixture of boiled molasses and your favorite ale & throw them in the oven to get glazed.
With a name like this, what more do you need to know? Ok, specifics: Pizza Bombs are easy to make at home using simple ingredients: white bread, pepperoni, & mozz. Once you form your batch of bombs, you drop ’em into boiling oil, then serve with pizza sauce.
The Superbowl came & went but food blogger & father Matt Robinson is always creating new ways to make real food for real men. His bourbon molasses wings are but one example of his many savory, homegrown recipes that employ fresh ingredients and simple strategies for making great meals & snacks, no matter who’s playing on Sunday.
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.
Could you eat sushi for breakfast? Maybe if it was this Breakfast Sushi, which doesn’t contain rice or fish or seaweed but instead, a mixture of eggs, cheese, & tater tots wrapped in bacon. Yes you would.
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.
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.