|Food and Beverage Management|
|by Sally Stone|
This supplement to the main textbook contains a collection of classic and contemporary articles related to food and beverage operations.
Results 1 - 10 of 209 for beer sauce
Melt butter and ... get smooth). Add beer and Worcestershire sauce. Simmer 10 ... over hot spaghetti. Tastes like the beer cheese sauce at Spaghetti Works.
Heat oil and ... juice, beef, chili sauce, Worcestershire sauce ... round steaks completely with sauce and let stand for several hours, in refrigerator.
Put everything in a jar and shake it. These measurements are only guidelines and can be adjusted to taste. Works GREAT on BBQ chicken.
1. Cut scrod ... fryer or large sauce pan until it ... coat well with Beer Batter. Drop into ... bowl and add remaining ingredients. Mix well. 3. Makes 1 c.
Melt butter and ... until smooth. Add beer and Worcestershire sauce. Simmer 15 minutes; stirring constantly. Taste great over cooked spaghetti noodles!!
Or 1/2 teaspoon ... thin strips. For sauce, add beer, 1/4 cup ... clear. Return the seared beef to the sauce, serve with spatules, hot noodles or wild rice.
Combine all ingredients and heat. Add the chipped ham and cook 45 minutes.
Mix all together. Cook 5 minutes. Can freeze. Good for basting meat or spooned over a roast.
Combine all ingredients in a saucepan. Boil gently and stir often to consistency of barbecue sauce.
Mix all ingredients ... a hot, spicy sauce. If you ... little milder, substitute regular mustard for the hot mustard and cut down on the Worcestershire sauce.
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