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Old 09-10-2009, 02:30 AM   #21
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Beer Pancakes and Waffles

Just substitute beer for the the water or milk in the pancake/waffle mix. Proceed normally after that. It makes a lighter fluffier pancake or waffle.

Who says beer isn't for breakfast anymore?

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Old 09-10-2009, 02:53 AM   #22
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just about anything grilled at my place also gets a splash of beer when it gets flipped, my father in law taught me that and I have been doing it ever since. Wife and I love a nice rack of lamb cut into chops, sprinkled with salt, pepper, and garlic powder, and given a splash of homebrewed pale ale every 2 minutes when they get flipped, 2 minutes over high heat (real hardwood charcoal please) flip for another 2 minutes, then flip and rotate (for the grillmarks)for 2 minutes, flip one last time for a total time of 8 minutes and serve with a pint of ale, and a lemon wedge to squeeze over the lamb, usually get about 8 chops from a costco or sams club rack, serve with a side of roasted garlic and romano cheese mashed potatoes made with heavy cream and butter.
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