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    Oh My Guinness!

    Oh my goodness... cooking (and drinking) with Guinness! My very irish boyfriend's favorite :D

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    1 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This is a twist on the black and tan. Instead of ale, use hard cider. It adds a nice sweetness to th drink.

    Recipe #248599

    You have to love skid mark for the name of a drink but, it will kind of make sense once you pour it for yourself. A must try.

    Recipe #15957

    .... because it's bloody tough to find root beer in Ireland!

    Recipe #22046

    Beer - it's not just for drinking any more!

    Recipe #25091

    This is a traditional English pub style recipe. I can make this anywhere in the world and it will evoke memories of pub lunches! This is no way a diet item! Its a robust & hearty dish!

    Recipe #186269

    Recipe #34063

    From The Great Big Burger Book

    Recipe #188809

    Yet another delicious steak-and-stout combination

    Recipe #26224

    A true Irish celebration dish! Served cold and thinly sliced, this is a great buffet favorite in many Irish households during the holiday season. While not difficult to prepare, it does require quite a bit of time and care.

    Recipe #57721

    I don't know who thought these up but I had a half dozen last weekend and I was happy happy happy! I know it sounds gross but it's wonderful! I don't drink very often and I don't like the taste of booze but this combination is really delicious! They're fun to make and drink and, believe it or not, it tastes sort of like a coke float. Go figure!

    Recipe #45629

    9 Reviews |  By Molly53

    A palate-pleasing blend of cheese and beer.

    Recipe #159487

    A traditional Scottish cottage dish.

    Recipe #39965

    This is a dense, moist brownie. You can use semisweet chocolate rather than bittersweet and the results are just as delicious.

    Recipe #101211

    Great-tasting variety on traditional beer bread, this one only lasts a couple of days around my house.

    Recipe #55355

    Beer - it's not just for drinking any more!

    Recipe #18121

    If you're not watching your sodium intake, use regular instead of low-sodium ingredients. This recipe is based on chili served at Gallagher'ss Steak House, 228 West 52nd Street, New York City, with just a couple of very minor alterations.

    Recipe #26772

    Beer - it's not just for drinking any more!

    Recipe #22210


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