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Exploring Stouts: The Heart of Dark Beer

Exploring Stouts: The Heart of Dark Beer

Ahhh, St. Patrick’s Day. March 17th. A day where we all wear green and head out to our favourite pubs for a pint of Guinness or other stouts, or sometimes, that green food-coloured lager. While St. Patrick’s Day is often associated with the enjoyment of stouts, this post will delve deeper into the essence of these iconic beers beyond their holiday connections. Whether you’re a seasoned stout enthusiast or new to the world of dark beers, join me as I…

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Belgian Pale Ale Pickled Peppers

Belgian Pale Ale Pickled Peppers

This Belgian Pale Ale Pickled Peppers recipe is quick and simple and can be served as a side during large meals (add to the pickle tray at your next turkey dinner), or add for some slight spice and crunch to homemade burgers or pizza, chop them up and put them in a quesadilla, burrito, or taco or use in your next fresh salsa. The opportunities are endless, and they also look pretty in the jar, they are fresh, a little…

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Hazelnut Chocolate Porter Chocolate Cookies

Hazelnut Chocolate Porter Chocolate Cookies

Oh hey there! I am just gonna slip this hazelnut chocolate porter chocolate cookie recipe into your inbox. I know, it’s been a while. So long, do you even remember why you subscribed to this blog? Unless you know me personally and I forced you to read my blog, I am assuming you signed up because you were interested in either Alberta craft beer or recipes made with beer, or both! The goal of this blog is to incorporate a…

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Seriously Good Wheat Ale Beer Brined Pork Chops

Seriously Good Wheat Ale Beer Brined Pork Chops

Brining meat in beer. Mmmmm….. Beer contains enzymes that help break down tough fibres in meat, making it more tender, moist, and flavourful at the same time. I brined a whole turkey once in beer, and that didn’t disappoint! And these Wheat Ale Beer Brined Pork Chops didn’t either! They are seriously good. A variety of beers can be used to brine or marinate meat. Brown ales are great for beef. Wheat ales and hefeweizens are pretty versatile and can…

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Blonde Ale Air Fryer Crispy French Fries

Blonde Ale Air Fryer Crispy French Fries

We have been playing around with our air fryer lately, trying to make foods that are bad for us a little healthier. It’s healthier in that it uses significantly less oil for cooking. We are still eating French fries, so I am aware of the portion control issue as I shovel these crispy bad boys into my mouth! Making beer fries was a no brainer, as it draws out the starch, making them more rigid and less likely to stick together,…

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