Food/beer pairings revisited

Using the amber fluid in cooking, and pairing beer with food.

Food/beer pairings revisited

Postby Chris » Friday Oct 19, 2007 8:23 am

Ok, it's been a while since we last did food/beer pairings. Anyone got any new combinations?

One that I'm doing at the moment is a leg of ham with a special bitter.
It's a classic combo for a reason :D In a few days I'll sacrifice a whole beer over the top of the remaining ham, and bake it in the bitter.
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Postby Tipsy » Friday Oct 19, 2007 4:16 pm

I was eating a pickled onion sandwich with an English Bitter the other night, geez it was nice.
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Postby James L » Friday Oct 19, 2007 4:57 pm

I had home made seasoned fish and chips with a weihenstepan festbier the other night.... i almost shat myself it was so good...

but i reckon F&C with any nice german lager is excellent...
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Postby Peter Bradshaw » Friday Oct 19, 2007 6:48 pm

Just for a lazy Sunday watching sport on the tele nibble.

Radishes, topped and tailed in ice cold water, with a saucer full of salt and pepper at the side. Dip, bite, chew, swallow, drink (any decent beer) ... sheer decadence and still within price of the working man.

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