|Image courtesy of Flickr|
Beer Makes for Better Bread
What I failed to mention in the video was the fact that by changing the beer, you change the character of the bread. There is a world of difference between bread made with pale ale, versus that made with bock beer or stout. Granted, you have to be willing to sacrifice one bottle of premium beer to experiment. Trust me, it's worth the effort.
Who Put the Bee in Beer-Bee-Cue?
If you've been a fan of mine for awhile, you've noticed that many of my barbecue videos employ beer. In the past, I have beer-brined pork ribs, I have shoved a can of beer up a chicken's butt (it tastes better than it sounds), and I have used beer in my boozy version of barbecue sauce. In my most recent episode, I even showed you how to make no fuss, no muss beer-based pizza dough in a food processor that I then baked on the barbecue. My point is, if you're into cooking out (and what Man Caveman isn't?), then there are 101 uses for beer on the barbie. Hence the name Beer-BQ. To make your life even simpler, I recently added a tab to the ManCaveMunchies.com website for all you BBQ fanatics. Click on the link to see some of my favorite BBQ episodes.
Beer Makes Everything Better
During the past four years my friends and I have shown you how to use beer to enhance Cajun cooking (Jambeerlaya). I have demonstrated how to make some of the most succulent chicken wings imaginable with my signature Beerfalo Wings recipe. Heck, my brother even showed you how to make a delectable dessert called Beer Cupcakes.
So, there is no limit to the imaginative ways you can incorporate beer into all kinds of recipes. If you have a favorite beer-based recipe, feel free to email it to me at email@example.com. If I like it, I will feature it on an upcoming show. Regardless, I guarantee you haven't seen the last of my culinary ability to cook with beer. That's right, stay tuned for more upcoming videos when I get bock to the future.
For more beer-based recipes, go to http://ManCaveMunchies.com