Beer Cheese Soup: Warm and comforting soups are our downfall in the colder months and this thick, cheesy soup is the best of the best. While it seems like a long list of ingredients to work with, this beer cheese soup is really easy to make and absolutely what you want to indulge in at the end of a long day. We’ll let the recipe speak for itself, just trust us when we say it’s delicious!
These are excellent. I have been making them for years...got the recipe originally from Woman's Day magazine, a column called Men Cook, back around 1976! Slice them thin and knock off excess batter on the side of the bowl. They fry up quickly. Extremely crisp. Used to make these when having company and frying seafood and everyone loved them. I usually make onion rings with buttermilk now, because I don't usually have beer on hand, but these are good and bring back many memories of…
You're probably familiar with the general process behind how wine or beer are made, but if you're curious how absinthe is produced, or sake, or palinka, or rum, or even tequila, this fabulous graphic shows you, in beautiful broken down detail that's simple enough you may be tempted to try it yourself.
Chicken made easy! We can’t get enough of this saucy, three-ingredient chicken. Try it for game day, holidays or pretty much any day that ends in “y.” Simply use only 3-ingredients: root beer, barbecue sauce and chicken for an amazing meal.