Tag: cooking with beer

The Fool’s Sandwich – Beer glazed ham #BBQZOT

The Fool’s Sandwich – Beer glazed ham #BBQZOT

Zot van BBQ of een BBQ zot. De grens tussen beiden is dun. Volgens brouwerij de Halve Maan neigt het duidelijk naar het tweede waardoor het enige overblijvende Brugse brouw instituut mij vroeg om hun #BBQZOT te worden en enkele BBQ gerechten te ontwikkelen met…

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Cherry beer Pork Cheeks #Traegerday celebrations

Cherry beer Pork Cheeks #Traegerday celebrations

Een jaar heeft wel meerdere mooie feestdagen. De ene al wat officiëler dan de ander. De maand mei heeft er zelfs 2 hele mooie. Vorige week zetten we de mama’s in de bloemetjes. Vandaag is het de beurt aan de viering van het mannenspeelgoed: #Traegerday.…

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Hungarian Goulash made in the Dutch Oven

Hungarian Goulash made in the Dutch Oven

Finally it’s weekend! Time to sit back and relax. While you gently wake-up there’s nothing better than starting a fire with a cup of coffee by hand. The dutch oven will be your friend. Slowly making a stew. Hungarian Goulash for instance. While sitting in…

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Beer syrup drizzled smokey Mayo Blondie

Beer syrup drizzled smokey Mayo Blondie

Over here in Belgium the thought of making a cake with mayo scares a lot of people! Some even think it’s disgusting. Until they are brave enough to taste! This Mayo Blondie with beer syrup is so good no one would even think doubt about…

Grilled venison cheeks Stew with Raspberry beer

Grilled venison cheeks Stew with Raspberry beer

We all got our favorite cuts of meat. If you ask me I’ll always go for the cheeks! Thinking about pork and beef cheeks. They are perfect for slow cooking projects. I had never thought about searching for venison cheeks before. Until Carmans delivered me…

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Cherry beer braised chicken thighs with figs

Cherry beer braised chicken thighs with figs

Should food and cooking be considered as an artform? I believe it should! Just take a look at the colours in this meal and agree with me! Just look at the colour of those figs and onions. What painter could invent this? But most important…