|by Liz Trigg|
This book captures the spirit of country living in one beautiful volume. It gives practical instruction for creating the look, flavor and atmosphe...
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In Dutch oven ... broth, water and beer. Bring to ... cheese and pepper. Stir until cheese melts. Reheat, but do not boil. Serve with cole slaw and rye bread.
In large saucepan ... Stir in milk, beer, Worcestershire sauce ... over low heat until hot. Makes 6 (1 cup) servings. Top with croutons and parsley sprig.
Trim ribs of ... low heat. Mix beer with an equal ... caramelize on foil. Use basting brush and more beer mixture to loosen caramel from foil. Brush on ribs.
Heat the olive ... puree, olives and beer to the Dutch ... salt and pepper. Serve with garnishes. This dish is best eaten the second day. Serves 8 or more.
Heat vegetable oil ... with whisk. Heat beer, mix into ... into batter and deep fry, turning only once. Sprinkle with confectioners' sugar before serving.
Cook on stove ... Add 1 cup beer to skillet. Bring ... Cover. Microwave 10 minutes on High. Stir. Cook 20 minutes on 50%. Repeat cooking time. Serves 4.
Heat beer in medium saucepan. ... coated cheese to heated beer. Stir until thickens, add garlic. Makes 12 servings. Serve with bread sticks, pretzels, etc.
Combine first 9 ingredients in medium saucepan; simmer 30 minutes. Brush steak with sauce (steak may be cut into 2 or 3 smaller pieces). Place on ...
Dredge beef in ... separate pan, bring beer and sugar to ... simmer for 2 1/2 hours; add potatoes after 1 1/2 hour and carrots after 1 hour and 45 minutes.
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