William Dickey / Styling Lisa Powell Bailey / Food Styling Marian Cooper Cairns
- Gingerbread Cake With Stout Buttercream
- Black Velvet
- Beer-Cheese Spread
- Grilled Beer-Cheese Sandwich
- Ale Biscuits
- Porter Float
- Pork-and-Greens Stew
- Kitchen Express Pork-and-Greens Stew
- Beer-Kissed Cheese Grits
Most folks define "cooking with beer" as enjoying a cold one while barbecuing or grilling. Truth is, beer is one of the most versatile ingredients in the kitchen. Its flavor flexibility adds richness to meats, helps create super-moist cakes, and makes a tasty substitute for chicken or beef broth. With Oktoberfest celebrations cropping up all over the region, now's the perfect time to add some fun to your menu.
Many tried-and-true Southern dishes only get better with this secret ingredient. So don't miss the Beer-Kissed Cheese Grits or hearty Pork-and-Greens Stew. The possibilities are endless, so let your imagination run wild.