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Guinness Cake

This is one of the many Irish variations on fruitcake, moistened not with the usual whiskey, rum, or brandy, but with rich brown stout. T...


Baked Christmas Ham

This recipe comes from Barbara Workman of Gray Abbey, County Down (grandmother of food writer Caroline Workman, now of East Cork). I firs...


Chocolate-Guinness Shake

Near the climax of the Academy Award-winning 2008 movie There Will Be Blood, Daniel Plainview, a ruthless early twentieth-century oil dri...


Steak and Guinness Pie

After a long day skiing or playing outside, we crave a warm, hearty meal. Steak and Guinness Pie is the perfect meal to warm the soul. An...


Chicken Enchiladas Verde

Probably the most popular poultry dish on both sides of the border, green chicken enchiladas show how simple regional preparations can al...


Short Ribs Braised in Porter Ale with Maple-Rosemary...

Ale-braised short ribs are thoroughly satisfying on their own, but finishing them with a rosemary-infused maple glaze makes them special ...

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Montgomery Cheddar Macaroni with Baked Apples

WHEN I WAS A KID, MY GRANDMA MARINA WOULD SMOTHER A SLICE OF APPLE PIE WITH Cheddar cheese, then slide the plate into the toaster oven to...


Hot Buttered Rum

Cocktail is a stimulating liquor, composed of spirits of any kind, sugar, water and bitters. It is vulgarly called a bittered sling and i...



If sweet milk is being used, omit the baking soda and the 2 tablespoons of milk; sweet milk is more liquid than sour and therefore these ...


Grainy Mustard, Many Ways

If you’re a mustard enthusiast, you’ll be amazed by how easy and cheap it is to make your own—and how good it is. You can customize the f...


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