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- Lambic Sabayon
- Beer- BBQ Sauce
- Ms. Lucy's Lagered Cornbread
- Bock Scallop Coins
- Simple Beerbecue Sauce
- Wisconsin Gorgonzola Ale Sauce
- Lager-Battered Chicken Fingers
- These crunchy, pretzel-coated chicken fingers are an all-American favorite, according to Grear, "they are the best selling appetizer at La Terrasse."
- Steamed Mussels in Malt Liquor
- "Once, my distributor's driver didn't deliver the Colt 45, not believing that a fine French restaurant like ours would use a malt liquor beer," laughs Grear. "People don't realize that it's just a very strong, clean lager."
- Edmund Fitzgerald Porter Scallion Dressing
- Can be used as a marinade as well as a salad dressing
- from COOKING WITH BEER
- Coconut Lime Stout Marinade
- Island spices such as allspice and Scotch bonnet peppers make this marinade rich and satisfying.
- Spinnakers Stout Marinade
- a wonderful marinade with any toasty Imperial Stout - good with beef tenderloin
- Citrus Lager Marinade
- Lovely with fish or chicken
- Grilled Vidalia Ale Dip
- You can use Walla Wallas or other sweet large onions to make this dip.
- Orange Apricot Ale Sauce
- Homebrewer Loren Verkovod tested this basting sauce on grilled mahi-mahi and both he and his wife liked it very well. Try it also on grilled chicken.
- Raspberry Amber Marinade
- Inspired by tthe "shark stix" at Sunset Grill & Tap in Allson, MA, this marinade works well on shark, swordfish and chicken.
- Grilled Pork with Cherry Ale Mustard Glaze
- Grill your chops with this easy basting sauce, also excellent on baked ham.
- Bock and Bourbon BBQ Sauce
- Coriander Ale Brine
- Amber Tamarind Sauce
- Slow Cooker Pork with Cherry Q Sauce
- Great with pulled pork shoulder or grilled chops
- Sweet and Sour IPA Slaw
- From Grilling with Beer, this simple side dish requires no refrigeration, so it's great for a grill-side buffet
- Harpoon Raspberry UFO Beer Pancakes
- Adapted from a recipe by Brian Carey, supplied by Liz Melby, guru of PR for Boston's Harpoon Brewery - the fantastic host for the Craft Brewers Conference 2009 welcome party
- Poor Richard Molasses Marinade
- This sweet and tangy marinade with slightly spicy overtones is best used to marinate wild game such as venison, wild boar, duck, etc. It also goes well with ham steaks, pork, and especially smoked pork chops.