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Old 08-21-2013, 10:07 PM   #21
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yeah this isnt a good thread to look at before lunch break haha

I have to agree with shrimp, heres some we cooked on the fire with peppers on vacation in new mexico, i was drinking stone IPA
You lost too many shrimp to the fire gods there.. Must have been some good IPA


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You lost too many shrimp to the fire gods there.. Must have been some good IPA
yeah those poor shrimps, blaming it on the beer!
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Beer is too good to pair with food.
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Absolute favorite is this: Julia Child used to say that "Pork likes apples." (Or maybe it was Jacques Pepin?) Anyway, my hard cider is phenomenal with pork any way - smoked, grilled, broiled, pan fried, etc. Any cut - butt, chops, tenderloin, ribs, you name it, it is awesome with good hard cider.

EDIT: Brandon O's Graff is really frickin' good with pork, too.
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Absolute favorite is this: Julia Child used to say that "Pork likes apples." (Or maybe it was Jacques Pepin?) Anyway, my hard cider is phenomenal with pork any way - smoked, grilled, broiled, pan fried, etc. Any cut - butt, chops, tenderloin, ribs, you name it, it is awesome with good hard cider.

EDIT: Brandon O's Graff is really frickin' good with pork, too.
Did you see my chicken and apple sausage with kraut and stout? We are not too far off

You got me thinking though.........my lime and thyme marinated pork chops, breaded, fried and then topped with lime/thyme cajun gravy.........with a helles munich....are unstoppable......
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Anything from the grill, fish tacos and beer can chicken near the top of my list.
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Curried chick peas and basmati with a nice kolsch

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Absolute favorite is this: Julia Child used to say that "Pork likes apples." (Or maybe it was Jacques Pepin?) Anyway, my hard cider is phenomenal with pork any way - smoked, grilled, broiled, pan fried, etc. Any cut - butt, chops, tenderloin, ribs, you name it, it is awesome with good hard cider.

EDIT: Brandon O's Graff is really frickin' good with pork, too.
Inject the bejesus out of a a big pork butt with that cider, let it sit overnight, then throw it on a smoker at 250 for ten hours or so. Nothing's better.
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Chocolate mousse with scotch ale.


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