|A Taste for Beer|
|by Stephen Beaumont|
A witty guide to enjoying the new generation of ales, lagers, stouts, wheats & barley wines.
Tip: Try pepper soda for more results.
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Add liquid ingredients, clove of fresh garlic and seasoning to sauce pot set on medium heat. Allow to simmer, turning heat down to low, for 15 ...
Heat butter, cocoa and Dr. Pepper. Mix well ... milk and baking soda. Add flour ... and blend well. Stir in other ingredients. Mix thoroughly and ice cake.
Prepare grill for ... In pot, combine Dr. Pepper soda, ketchup, remaining ... minutes. Let ribs stand 10 minutes before serving and brush with remaining glaze.
Sift together sugar, ... oil, cocoa, and Dr. Pepper. Mix with ... vanilla, buttermilk, and soda. Bake at ... of powdered sugar. Add vanilla and nutmeats.
Melt butter and add Dr. Pepper. Mix all ... Dr. Pepper and vanilla. Use mixer for best results. Add vanilla and nuts and mix. Ready for Dr. Pepper Cake.
In a medium pan bring to a boil Dr. Pepper. Pour over ... sugar, flour, salt, soda and cinnamon. Stir ... over cake. Put in broiler until brown and bubbly.
Beat Dr. Pepper and butter. Add ... eggs, buttermilk and soda. Bake at ... Stir in 2 1/2 to 3 cups powdered sugar and 1 tsp. vanilla. Pour over hot cake.
Cream together shortening, ... flour, baking powder, soda, salt. Add Dr. Pepper mix well. Fold ... Sprinkle on top of cake. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.
Preheat oven to ... all ingredients except Dr. Pepper and marshmallows. Blend ... except pecan, beat until smooth, then stir in pecan. Frost cooled cake.
Heat until melted the butter and Dr. Pepper. Do not ... Combine buttermilk, baking soda and vanilla. Add ... on warm cake and cut into squares when cool.
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