cooking with beer

Braised Beef Short Ribs With Guinness Recipe

Andrew Carmellini soaks his ribs in dark beer
Feb 12, 2014 1:00 pm
Photo: Quentin Bacon

While Andrew Carmellini is renowned for his Italian cuisine, his second cookbook, American Flavor, focuses on the diversity of cuisine across the country. From the barbecue in his native Cleveland to the comfort food at his family's dinner table, American Flavor is a good reminder to always expand your repertoire. Cooking with Guinness is never out of season.

Easy Beer Beans Recipe

Savory beer-spiked beans in half an hour, flat
Jan 22, 2014 4:00 pm
Photo: Mark Shaw

Have you ever had really good beans? And I don’t just mean some decent beans, I’m talking about those refried beans made with lard that will make you not care how bad your clogged arteries hurt. I know I shouldn’t eat too much lard, but I still want some delicious frijoles to go with my rice, and this recipe for beer-infused black beans makes me feel better about everything.

Choucroute: The Perfect Pairing For Fall Beer

Sausage, meat, sauerkraut, potatoes. Are we right?
Nov 20, 2013 4:00 pm

While you may immediately think of turkey as the quintessential fall food, we’re holding off for a week to bring you a recommendation from the Alsace region of France, choucroute garnie. Traditionally, the dish is paired with an Alsatian Riesling for the balance of its acidity and sweetness to the dish's massive heaviness. But breaking the rules for the sake of perfection, here are five beers to drink with my favorite pairing dish of the fall.

Black Cod Brûlée Recipe

You get to use beer or wine. And a blowtorch.
Oct 10, 2013 3:00 pm

If you're a fan of cooking with beer...only like, REALLY cooking with beer, The American Craft Beer Cookbook is a volume that should never leave your kitchen. Apply the beer-cooking method to favorites like meatballs, clams and epic burgers and infuse ordinary food with the greatest carbonated beverage ever created by man. Now grab a bottle and a fish fillet and make this delicious dinner happen. 

It Was All Foie Gras And Bone Marrow For Hospoda's René Stein In Europe

NYC chef visited France and his German hometown
Oct 7, 2013 1:00 pm

Chefs love to travel — for inspiration, to experience the cuisines of other cultures or just to get away from the heat of their own kitchens. When they return, we hit them with some questions — where'd they stay, what'd they do and WHAT DID THEY EAT?! Next up is René Stein of New York City's Hospoda, who is cooking with beer more than any other chef in the United States (quite possibly, and besides Homer Simpson). 

Chocolate Stout Pudding Recipe

You can have your stout and eat it too
Oct 4, 2013 3:00 pm
chocolate stout pudding recipe
Photo: Lisa Cohen

One of the great things about drinking at a real pub — gastro or otherwise — is that the food will be perfect for whatever's in your pint glass. That's why we're loving cookbook author Rachael Lane's Great Pub Food, a tome packed with all things beefy, cheesy, fried, salty and otherwise perfect for the bar-frequenter. When it's time for dessert, reach for the stout. This chocolate stout pudding recipe is no Snack Pack.

15 Ways To Cook With Beer Tonight

Dinner ideas for the best ingredient in a bottle
Sep 4, 2013 3:00 pm
Photo: Mark Shaw

It's the perfect meat tenderizer, batter component, glaze, sauce, you name it — beer is a very versatile ingredient you should always have on-hand. Who are we kidding? You always have it on hand, and so do we. Here are 15 ways you can share it with your food for dinner tonight. One sip for me, one sip for stew. Repeat.

How To Make The Best Ground Beef Taco Meat

Six simple steps to spicy, juicy beef for tacos
Sep 3, 2013 1:00 pm
how to make taco meat
Photo: Jess Kapadia

Having grown up in Los Angeles (far closer to Mexico) I crave tacos on a regular basis. So how do I get my taco fix? If you want something done right, do it yourself. What's the first key to good taco meat? Booze, and lots of seasonings. Check out Food Republic's secret taco meat recipe to kick off football season after the jump. 


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