Side Dishes

Category: BBQ & Grilling

I’m known for my mac and cheese. I mean REALLY known. It occurred to me that I hadn’t made a Cookin’ with Craft version. What better time than March with Rogue Irish Lager. I’ll admit, I have way more Greek in my bloodline than Irish, but I celebrate St. Patrick’s Day as if I had a double dose of Irish in me (I KNOW there’s a dirty joke or two in there!). Erin go bragh! Rogue Irish...

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Cider, cider everywhere, but which one do we drink? Some ciders are really sweet and literally taste like you just bit into an apple.  Some are mild, with just a hint of apple aroma. Some are not sweet at all, and quite bubbly.  Yes, literally every hard cider is different (and they are all gluten free!). Like wine and beer, they have a very distinct personality.  I created this recipe to complement Crispin Natural Hard Apple Cider, a beautiful,...

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PrintSpring is finally in the air! When I think of spring, I think of wild flowers blooming. And that they need rain. When I hear rain, I want to dance naked in it. Then I look in the mirror. The effects of winter are apparent. The need to shed the hibernation hips takes over! “Must eat salad”, rambles around in my head. Enter Dogfish Head Theobroma (which translates to “Food...

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Ahhh, February. Visions of hearts, Cupid, chocolate, champagne and beer dance before your eyes. Wait! Beer? No, you aren’t seeing things. I DID say beer. No matter if you love, or despise, Valentine’s Day (I personally host a “Cupid is Stupid” party each year!), this vision of New Belgium Brewing Snapshot Wheat Beer Lobster Ravioli with a New Belgium Brewing Snapshot Wheat Beer Browned Butter Cream Sauce will create a love affair with your taste buds that will last...

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Wondering what side dish to serve with dinner?

Look no further; this simple, yet completely yummy Corn Casserole will make everyone’s mouth (and tummy) happy! This is a VERY simple corn casserole that my family has at almost every holiday dinner – certainly for Thanksgiving and Christmas. My late sister, Cece, introduced it to our family.  I’ve made some small changes to it, and I promise, you’ll add it as a regular recipe in your life.
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