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Virtual Potluck: Cooking with Beer {Recipe Round-Up}

At the beginning of the month, I decided that my virtual potluck for May would be: Cooking with Beer. Here was my invitation. Bloggers responded within seconds. Literally. Seconds. I had 8 entries before I put a kettle on to boil for tea. Thanks, guys!

Here's what folks shared...
You can see all of these - and more! - on my pinterest board: Made with Brews.

To Eat
Photos courtesy of participating bloggers: Fantastical Sharing of Recipes, Hall Nesting, girlichef

Beer-Battered Jalapeno Coins by Fantastical Sharing of Recipes
Beer-Braised Short Ribs by Hall Nesting
Soft Pretzels with Spicy Beer Sauce by girlichef
Sloppy Joses with Avocado Cream by The Spiffy Cookie
Chicken and Roasted Red Pepper Pizza with Rosemary-Beer Crust by The Spiffy Cookie
Oktoberfest Stew by Fantastical Sharing of Recipes
Weeknight Taco-Stuffed Peppers by Fantastical Sharing of Recipes
Sweet'n'Tangy Beer-Glazed Chicken by girlichef
Beer Cheese Dip by Hall Nesting
Salted Honey-Bourbon Beer Caramel Sauce by girlichef

Photos courtesy of participating bloggers: Flying on Jess Fuel, A Spoonful of Thyme, Noshing with the Nolands

Belgian Wit Beer Cookies by Flying on Jess Fuel
Ganache-Filled Guinness Chocolate Cupcakes by A Spoonful of Thyme
Steam Whistle Teriyaki Burger with Onion Rings by Noshing with the Nolands
Beer-Braised Sirloin Tips with Mushroom Sauce by A Spoonful of Thyme
Jalapeno Cheese Beer Bread by Join Us, Pull Up a Chair
Slow-Cooked Pulled Chipotle Brisket by Farmersgirl Kitchen
Beef Carbonnade by On the Move, In the Galley
Dynamite Chili with Chili Cheese Cornbread Waffles by On the Move, In the Galley
Red Beans and Rice with Beer by On the Move, In the Galley
Chocolate Beer Balls by Love & Flour

Photos courtesy of participating bloggers: Love & Flour, Lollipopsicle, Curious Cuisiniere

Vegan IPA Beer Cheese by Lollipopsicle
Shrimp in Beer by Love & Flour
Beer and Cheddar Pull Apart by Curious Cuisiniere
Chocolate Cherry Lambic Cookies by Love & Flour
Beer and Broccoli Cheddar Soup by Curious Cuisiniere
Jalapeno Cheddar Beer Bread by Curious Cuisiniere
Beer Lime Chicken by Amy's Cooking Adventures
Beef Carbonnade by Amy's Cooking Adventures
Rosemary Beer Marinated Pork Chops by Amy's Cooking Adventures

To Drink

Beermosa by The Spiffy Cookie
Two Classic Beer Cocktails for Beer-Lovers by The Martini Diva
Tasting Notes: Bison Brewing's Saison de Wench
Tasting Notes: Dogfish Head's Midas Touch

Thanks to the bloggers who participated...
I hope they've inspired you. I know they have inspired me!


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