5 Beer Infused Recipes

beer battered fried pickles

Beer in the morning, beer in the evening, beer at supper time. When beer is in a recipe, you can have your brew at any time! The amount of recipes that include beer is astounding and at times overwhelming, but don’t stress. When I found out that you can plan a whole day’s worth of food made with beer, I wanted to call Homer Simpson directly to share the good news. I quickly realized that I don’t have his number, so if you’re in contact with ol’ Homey, send him my way!

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52 Ingredients: Quinoa

Posted on October 22, 2014

"While no single food can supply all the essential life sustaining nutrients, quinoa comes as close as any other in the plant or animal kingdom." -Philip White With props like that, it’s no wonder quinoa has quickly and mightily entered many American diets—and vocabularies (it’s pronounced KEEN-wah). In the past five years, this superfood has gone from a natural food store exclusive to a mainstream staple.

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When I Dip, You Dip, We Dip: Homemade Dips for Football

Homemade Dip

I have four main passions in life: Superman, food (including beer), music and most importantly, the Green Bay Packers. I understand that I’m in “Bronco Country” so please, judge all you want. This woman knows what she likes, so good luck trying to change that. Lucky for me two of my passions go hand in hand on a nice fall Sunday—food and the Green Bay Packers. In my circle of friends, we take “Sunday Funday” to a new level and pig out from sunrise to sunset. We do this with extreme dippage.

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The Hippie’s Guide to Halloween Pizza

Posted on October 15, 2014
Halloween Pizza Supplies

Do you love the earth? Do you love pizza? Do you love Halloween more than the earth and pizza? If you answered yes to any or all of these, congratulations, you’re a Halloween pizza loving hippie. And maybe that’s the only kind of hippie you are. We don’t judge.

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Make Halloween Candy at Home the Easy Way

Posted on October 14, 2014
Halloween Candy 1

When the ghosts, goblins and possibly a few Power Rangers roam the neighborhood streets Halloween night, you have a few options: You could hand out toothpaste and apples and become the most hated house on the block. Have fun clearing the toilet paper from your front yard the next morning. You could give them typical store-bought candy, where you’ll house will be just another meaningless stop on the path. Or, you could make your own candy and be the house to stop at year after year. Plus, that pretty much guarantees your house will be protected from the eggers of the neighborhood.

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