The best pierogies I've ever made, and some good sausage to go with it. Only use as much beer as is needed to cover a little more than half of the brats or pierogies.
Everyone that has tried this chili has loved it, the house smells great when you make it, and it tastes even better. This recipe makes 16 servings, which can be 2 batches at most homes. We make more, and freeze it: lasts longer, tastes better.
I am 160lbs and I was first served this recipe at a barbeque. I consumed 5 hotdogs as I could not believe the taste that I was experiencing. I ended up begging for this recipe. It yields a sweet and exceptionally tasty Brat.
A lighter version of a true Texas-style chili.
This is one of our family favorites because we can easily have it 3 or 4 times a summer. Serve with rice.
Even though this recipe says it serves four, you'll want to at least double it to get you through the whole game - maybe even triple it. Get enough beer - both for cooking and drinking. Don't get the wimpy kind, get the real stuff.
In this kickass riff on a classic Wisconsin butter burger, I incorporate some other great Wisconsin ingredients: butter and beer!! No man can resist the pure greatness of this burger...
Not just a chili. This is a feast of beans, ground turkey, sausage and even beer. Inspired by Jon's "Jon's Beer Chili"
A big-flavored chili with plenty of meat and beans. You'll be the hit of the party, even though you slept (or worked, or watched a full day of football) while it cooked. Inspired by Jon's "Jon's Beer Chili."
This meat-powered, flavor-packed chili is a bit of a project. But the slow cooker does most of the work. Inspired by MITCHHARRIS's "Mitch's Mighty Meaty Chili."
Crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside!
Bratwurst in beer, with bacon for extra flavor? Yeah, that works. No need for the grill on this one, you can cook bratwurst on the stove and get the same smoky flavor from the bacon.
Add to your list of meat recipes with beer. The bratwurst simmer in a beer and onions broth, then go on the grill for final cooking.
Sure, you can just grill sausages and enjoy a great summer meal. But what if you cook this delicious beer sauce to drizzle over them? Like the difference between a shutout and a perfect game, it's turning a great meal into something you'll never forget.
You've had beer and a dog, sure, but have you had beer *in* a dog? Make this simple marinade the night before a big cookout and win cook of the year.
One of the first things I ever learned to cook; I must have been 6 or 7 years old; it's that easy, and always a big hit!
These bratwursts are made with beer and brown sugar caramelized onion. Great fall food.
It's alive! Half hamburger, half brat, all tasty! It's got a bit of jalapeno pepper and rosemary to set it apart too!
This sausage and beer appetizer is always a major hit, and it's very simple to make. Serve with cubed cheese if you like.
This takes some of my favourite things from Ireland (Black Pudding, good cheese, potatoes, and stout), and turns them into a fun evening meal. Black pudding can be found online, or try a butchers/grocers that carries a British or Irish selection. If you don't eat blood, then substitute with a slice or two of fine quality ham or corned beef.