Miso is a fermented paste traditionally made with soybeans. As with sake, miso ferments with the help of koji, that magic culinary mold Aspergillus oryzae, grown on rice or barley.
Originally published on CraftBeer.com Brooklyn Brew Shop has brought the never-fail concept of cheese and beer pairing to life with a brown ale-soaked grilled cheese sandwich. INGREDIENTS Read More
The sauce for these simple and delicious chicken wings is made with honey, soy sauce, your favorite lager and chipotle in adobo.
This beer brined turkey recipe created by Sean Z. Paxton, the Home Brew Chef, was originally published on HomeBrewChef.com. The brining technique is different than simply marinating or salt curing a meat or poultry product. By submerging a… Read More
Are you ready for some football?! We put together a selection of CraftBeer.com appetizers that are perfect for football season. Each recipe incorporates beer in some way, which is a fun way to bring your… Read More
Simple to make and with a wide range of creative flavor additions, hard seltzer is a sparkling alternative for beer lovers looking to give their palate a different experience.
This recipe for shrimp with a spicy IPA vinaigrette is a perfect summertime grilled dish.
By Megan Wabst, American Homebrewers Association Sour cream—a "cream" that has been slowly preserved, or soured, with an acid to create a thicker, tangy cream—is simple to make at home! The key is a temperate environment between 67-72° F and… Read More
Follow along to learn how to roast your own coffee beans. The process is simple and can be done in your kitchen or backyard!
Ricotta is one of the easiest cheeses to make at home, only requiring basic ingredients and common kitchenware. Ricotta cheese recipe included!
This sourdough popover recipe is a last-minute breakfast solution that doesn’t involve a pre-ferment and can save a half-cup starter withdrawal from going down the drain (or into the compost).
Accordingly, the sourdough flavor and tartness will be subtle, but they add a nice dimension and complexity to crusty popovers. A seasoned cast iron or nonstick cast-aluminum popover pan is recommended for the best spring and release, but a standard muffin pan can work in a pinch. Be sure to get it good and hot before adding the batter.
On May 28, 2020, celebrate National Hamburger Day with bacon cheddar amber ale burgers.