BEER CONNOISSEUR WEBSITE, July 6, 2015
Crocking Your Ribs: When the Heat Rises, Low and slow is the way to go
Summer is barbecue season, but sometimes it’s just too hot to move. And if you’re cooking ribs, it means you’re monitoring a hot grill for hours outside in the heat. Doing it indoors doesn’t help – heat up the oven and you heat up the kitchen.
The good news is that there’s a way to have fall-off-the-bone perfection in the middle of summer without breaking a sweat. It just takes a little prep up front and a slow cooker on low. See more at: http://www.beerconnoisseur.com/articles/crocking-your-ribs
BEER CONNOISSEUR WEBSITE, JUNE 23, 2015
Unwind with a French Twist
High in the Colorado Rockies there’s a food truck that goes by the name of Louise. In a previous incarnation, Louise served gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches. Recently though, she’s undergone a complete transformation at the hands of Chef Michael DeBoer. At 5pm on Friday, June 26, at Eastman Park in Boulder, Chef DeBoer will unveil Louise as The French Twist Truck, Boulder’s finest French restaurant on four wheels. See more at: http://www.beerconnoisseur.com/articles/unwind-french-twist
BEER CONNOISSEUR WEBSITE, June 8, 2015
The Scoop on Ice Cream and Beer
Recently, the jangly tune of an ice cream truck wafted through my neighborhood, announcing to everyone within earshot that summer had arrived. The man driving the truck had nearly every frozen novelty available, but there’s one style of treat that he didn’t have and, even if he did, he couldn’t sell it to the kids lining up for a taste: ice cream made with beer.
Beer Connoisseur Website, May 25, 2015
Curry Favor at Shamiana Restaurant: A South Asian culinary expedition in Kirkland, Washington.
Chef Max Murowchick is as unique as the cuisine he creates at Shamiana Restaurant in Kirkland, Washington. The color of his skin and his bare head might initially seem out of place in a restaurant beloved by locals for its South Asian cuisine. In addition, his youthful energy belies his decades of experience working in the food industry. Yet, when you consider that a shamiana is a type of tent in India where family and friends are celebrated, and then watch him welcoming regulars and newcomers alike with warmth and enthusiasm, you can see that his spirit is a perfect fit for the food he serves. - See more at: http://www.beerconnoisseur.com/articles/curry-favor-shamiana-restaurant
Beer Connoisseur Website, May 18, 2015
SoCal Cool in the Arizona Heat: A fish taco oasis brings SoCal attitude and cuisine to the Sonoran Desert.
Rising up from the Sonoran Desert, just east of Phoenix, Arizona, Pablo Reynoso has created a tiny oasis serving up flavors usually only found in taco stands along the beaches of Southern California. With 13 varieties of fish tacos and a beer lineup full of California microbrews, the SoCal Fish Taco Company is all about no-fuss dining, fresh seafood, and high-quality ingredients. See more at: http://www.beerconnoisseur.com/articles/socal-cool-arizona-heat
Beer Connoisseur Website, April 29, 2015
I was going for "picnic in a sandwich" when I came up with this recipe for BeerConnoisseur.com: Grilled Brie with Apples and Caramel Walnuts. It's got the warmth of the classic grilled cheese with the brightness of a classic cheese pairing (brie, apples, and walnuts), so you could say this is a "classic within a classic."
The article includes the recipe and beer pairing ideas.
BEER CONNOISSEUR WEBSITE, MARCH 26, 2015
Whether you’re hosting an elegant weekend dinner or dining on midweek take-out, these seven flavor profiles for beer, developed by Greg Engert, the Beer Director of Churchkey restaurant in Washington, D.C., will help you choose brews to match food.
Recipes: Coconut Cream Pie and Beer Soaked Beef Stew
BEER CONNOISSEUR WEBSITE, SPRING 2013
This Spring Chowder recipe was featured on Beer Connoisseur's website as part of a beer pairing article to showcase the flavors of Spring in food and beer.