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101 Things To Do With Beer - cover

101 Things To Do With Beer

Eliza Cross

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

Recipes that are good for what ales you—part of the million-selling cookbook series!   Take your love of the suds to the next level by infusing your favorite libation into breakfast, lunch, and dinner with 101 Things To Do With Beer. Home cooks can depend on 101 Things to Do with Beer's wide range of creative recipes and affordable price to add some “hop” to every meal.   Give each dish the boost of flavor it deserves: from Beer Battered Apple Fritters to Beer Simmered Chicken Tacos; Garlic Parmesan Onion Rings to Chocolate Stout Ice Cream, you’ll satisfy even the most skeptical guest. Raise your plate and say “Cheers!”  
Available since: 09/06/2016.
Print length: 128 pages.

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