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Old 10-24-2011, 06:20 PM   #11
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My chocolate mole porter is an integral ingredient (amongst 30 other ingredients) in my firebrick chilli.
That recipe sounds AMAZING!

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That recipe sounds AMAZING!

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It's really intensely flavorful. A couple folks have made it on here and had positive comments as well.


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Old 10-24-2011, 06:43 PM   #13
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It's really intensely flavorful. A couple folks have made it on here and had positive comments as well.
Thanks for sharing Revvy, that looks very tasty indeed!
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I use my smoked porter to make a BBQ sauce as well as braising short ribs. Very tasty stuff. I've also used my BGSA in Belgian waffle batter.
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What I did for pork & beef was 1 bottle of English Bitter,about 1TBSP of Worcestershire sauce,2tsp each onion & garlic powder,.5tsp cayenne pepper,with salt & fresh cracked black pepper to taste.
Maybe some oregano & sage for pork,basil for beef.
Put it in an airtight container in the fridge for a few hours,or better yet overnight. Then just mop the meat with it in the pit with charcoal & your favorite wood on that.
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I made a gravy for a BBQ beef brisket out of an oatmeal stout. It was very good. I think I found the gravy recipe online somewhere, didn't save.

I cook my brats on my grill in a tin pan of beer (& onions, peppers, and apple slices).
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Dang it that looks good!
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I just put some of my mandarin hefe into a beer bread this morning! Yum!
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I made a gravy for a BBQ beef brisket out of an oatmeal stout. It was very good. I think I found the gravy recipe online somewhere, didn't save.
Oh, too bad you don't have the recipe, Oatmeal Stout Gravy sounds interesting.
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That reminds me. I also used one of my pale ales in corn bread & hush puppies. Maybe try an IPA next time. Pretty good stuff!


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