Beer and food make a great combination in The Anheuser-Busch Cookbook: Great Food, Great Beer, with recipes like Étoufée with Sausage and Shrimp; Cuban Pork with Pineapple; and Grilled Salmon with Chermoula Sauce.
In The Anheuser-Busch Cookbook: Great Food, Great Beer, 185 Flavorful Recipes for Pairing Beer with Food, Anheuser-Busch worked with master chefs to explore some exceptional ways to combine great beer with great food.
There is nothing quite as satisfying, quite as refreshing, as an ice-cold glass of beer. And, when paired with the right food and enjoyed over a leisurely meal with good friends and family, the beverage becomes all the more perfect.
This unique cookbook takes into account the aroma, bouquet, taste, and body of a variety of beer styles and offers more than 180 flavorful, inventive recipes, perfect for casual weeknights and special occasions alike.
Each of the recipes—which run the gamut from appetizer to dessert—was selected as an exceptional partner to beer, whether an American-style premium lager, a European-style pilsner, an English-style pale ale, or a dry stout. Some of the delicious recipes include: Spicy Shrimp Cakes with Corn Salsa, Pulled Chicken Sandwiches, Chile Verde, Vietnamese Skewers with Dipping Sauce, and Fallen Chocolate Cake with Cherries.
Great Food, Great Beer also contains a number of recipes that call for beer as a key ingredient. Among these are: Creamy Lager and Jalapeno Soup, Chicken with Amber Lager and Honey, Pork Loin Braised with Cabbage, and Ranch Chili.
Last but not least, the book also includes a comprehensive guide to beers, creative menu suggestions, and helpful indexes in which recipes are categorized by both beer and ingredient.
Since 1861 Anheuser-Busch has supplied America with premier beers, including the current top two global best-sellers, Budweiser and Bud Light. Chef Brent Wertz, spokesperson for Great Food, Great Beer, is a cutting-edge innovator of food and beer pairing. He has garnered widespread acclaim for flavorful recipes and sumptuous sauces.
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