Beer and Bacon Mancakes Recipe
INGREDIENTS: 1/2 lb bacon (8 slices) 1/3 cup packed brown sugar 2 cups Original Bisquick® mix 1 cup of your favorite regular or nonalcoholic beer 2 eggs DIRECTIONS: 1. Heat oven to 350°F. Line cookie sheet with foil. Place wire rack on top of cookie sheet. Arrange bacon in single layer on top of rack. Bake 10 minutes. 2. Sprinkle bacon with half the brown sugar. Bake 10 minutes longer. Turn bacon over; sprinkle with remaining brown sugar. Bake 10 to 15 minutes longer or until golden brown…
Food Archives - Obsev
The refreshing thing about newer craft beer culture is that rule breaking is expected and encouraged. Brewers are steadily more flavor-adventurous, uninhibited, and just ballsy overall when it comes to manipulating their process. Herbal hops, yeast traces... #amberales #beer #beerandfoodpairing
Food Archives - Obsev
We hope you’ve got an appetite, because Obsev Food is bringing you quick, easy to follow recipes and creative cooking ideas. We also like to stay abreast of everything going on in the world of food to bring you information on all the latest culinary breakthroughs. Get your fork and knife ready, because what we offer will surely wet your appetite. From Frakenstein food creations, to quirky diets, we cover everything food related to satisfy the fat kid inside you. We love chocolate, we love…
How to Pair Beer and Food
Game-day gatherings, backyard BBQs, and casual parties of all kinds demand good beer and good food. Get to know beer better with this helpful guide that highlights the unique qualities and flavors of each type of brew. Then, learn which party foods best complement each one. Plus, get our free tips for successful pairing and a list for matching beer brands by category.
Beer Tasting Party from Liz and Ryan
Liz and Ryan are an adorable couple who not only take awesome pictures but know how to host awesome parties as well. (Two thumbs up for that combo) Their latest venture is a beer tasting party perf...
Beer Tasting Party
Please welcome guest blogger, Emily Crawford. Emily is a freelance stationery designer, wife and mother of two little girls living in Portland, Oregon. A
Rhapsody in Brew
When tasting beers, it's best to sample them in order of intensity, from subtlest to most intensely flavored. With that in mind, organize your selections into three flights -- light, amber, and dark -- and present them to guests one group at a time. Unless your friends include Homer Simpson, it's probably best to pour the beer into small glasses, dividing one bottle among two or three people. 1. Light Though pale in color, these brews have a bright taste marked by citrus and floral notes....