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You don't have to be an experienced bread baker to make this savory loaf. It's as simple as stirring and baking!
Bake this savory quick bread while soup or stew simmers on the stovetop. The beer and caraway seeds send an appetizing aroma through your kitchen, enticing your family to come to the dinner table.
This bread has beginnings as a beer-based sourdough starter. Baked, the bread pairs well with chili and hearty beef or pork stews.
Sausage, beer and cheddar cheese mix it up in these hearty loaves. They're sure to be a hit with the football crowd whether you're tailgating or hosting a Super Bowl party.
Smoked cheddar cheese imparts the best flavor in this rich, moist bread. Also, use light-colored rather than dark beer.
Much like Homer Simpson, "we no function beer well without." So we were eager to hear what was new from the annual Great American Beer Festival held over the weekend in Denver. This year, almost 600 breweries turned out for the sellout event, which drew a whopping 49,000 suds supporters (we hope restrooms were plentiful and well stocked), NPR reports.
St. Patrick's Day is almost here, and (no surprise), that's got us thinking about beer. Which beer?
It's New Year's Eve. We hereby resolve to eat our weight in fondue and drink ourselves silly as we usher in 2013. But tomorrow?
Pardon the pun, but baseball season is now in full swing and while some sports fans can't wait to get to the stadium to hear the crack of the bat, I buy my tickets as an excuse to fill up on hot dogs, frosty malts, and ice cold beer at the concession stand. But this year, while my fellow fans are studying box scores, I'm poring over food blog The Daily Meal's recent list of the craziest stadium food. Making the list are a number of dishes that take usual ballpark fare to a disgusting level of excess, such ast the Meat Lover's Hot Dog at the Cincinnati Red's Great American Ballpark, pictured above.
Celebrate your Celtic roots (everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day!) by discovering a bevy of Irish recipes.
The biggest game of the year calls for crowd-friendly food--and if you're hosting a party, you want to give your guests something that will win you more cheers than the players themselves. Submarine sandwiches are a perfect choice. Is there anyone who wouldn't jump at the chance to bite into a hearty roll filled with flavorful beef, Italian sausage, or even Portobello mushrooms? We've got seven recipes guaranteed to be a hit on Super Bowl Sunday, from an over-the-top Alfredo beef sandwich to an Italian-style vegetarian sub.
When my husband and I were married 400 years ago, the wedding present of the day was fondue sets. We were given three of them. A couple of years later, at my sister's wedding, woks were the big thing.
Master your slow cooker with tips from America'st Test Kitchen's, then put it to work to make some of our most surprising and delicious recipes.
There's no sporting event quite like March Madness -- the steady march to victory through a succession of ranked opponents. When school pride is in full force, get-togethers to cheer on your team are almost mandatory. Dips are the perfect way to feed a roomful of hungry fans.
Quick and easy, this focaccia recipe turns humble pizza dough into intensely flavorful breadsticks that the whole family will love as a snack or a side.
Gone are the days when every meal has to revolve around a slab of beef, pork, or poultry. Meatless meals are the latest trend, even among those who aren't full-time vegetarians. According to the USDA, Americans are eating about 12 percent less beef, pork, and poultry than we did five years ago, thanks to popular initiatives such as the Meatless Monday campaign.
"Crunch" is the sound of pickle bliss, that first bite into a crisp cucumber that's been brined and spiced and ready to slap on a sandwich or eat all on its own. One of the world's lowest-calorie snacks, the dill pickle has only about eight calories each. And when it's the peak of summer (meaning the peak of cucumber season), "cool as a cucumber" is no joke.