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English Tavern Deli Rounds Recipe
The Holiday season is filled with rushed preparations - setting the menu for parties and dinners, shopping for the little ones, decorating, and baking. Still, you have to stop long enough to eat, but may not want to spend precious hours on the basics.
Christmas Beer by Don Russell - Book Review
No one shares holiday cheer better than Philadelphia beer writer Don Russell, who celebrates the season with his newest book, Christmas Beer: The Cheeriest, Tastiest, and Most Unusual Holiday Beers.
Prohibited Grains in Brewing Gluten Free Beer
On my first trip to London, England, I was intrigued by the ingredients of a Panini sandwich that caught my eye in a local, organic corner deli. Labeled as Rocket and Cheese, I chose this item, delighting in the mystery ingredient: rocket.
Lakeland Pasta Salad Recipe
Crisp garden vegetables and festive rotini with tantalizing Lakeland Dressing is a refreshing addition to the buffet table, whether celebrating an autumn holiday or enjoying a Sunday afternoon with friends.
Peruvian Lamb Bake Recipe
Marinated lamb in a sauce of zesty herbs makes a grand bake with a wonderful twist. Sleeman Original Dark Ale is that secret ingredient - the key to culinary success.
Farmhouse Ales - Book Review
An introduction to farmhouse ales is a liberating experience for those who live by the rules of endless possibilities.
Toast to the Ghosts of Burn Brae Mansion
The porch boards are slightly worn, with knotholes big enough to suck a teacup Yorkie into the bowels of hell. As the warm weather begins to wane, impatient winds moan through the grand oaks like a somber hymn, mourning those buried at nearby Glen Spey Cemetery.
Beer Cocktails for Halloween
In the spirit of ancient tradition, let us celebrate Halloween to honor the past – those lost cultures who respected the chasm between life and death, the thin line that holds us by a moment’s breath.
Halloween Spirits and Dracula's Midnight Feast
With Halloween just around the corner, you must be seeking some gory brews for the witching hour. You may wish to use them as ingredients in your culinary concoctions or sip them until your hair turns green, but the easiest and most direct route is to pair them with delightful cuisine.
Black Albert vs. Dark Lord
In dreamscapes, you might see the shadow of Black Albert on one hill, marching forth to face Dark Lord…his cap, dripping with the blood red wax that sealed his fate.
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