The Beer Pantry: Cooking at The Intersection of Craft Beer and Great Food

The Beer Pantry: Cooking at The Intersection of Craft Beer and Great Food

by Adam Dulye, Michael Harlan Turkell

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Learn how to cook for your favorite craft beer. Adam Dulye, executive chef to the Brewers Association, has crafted more than 75 recipes that will elevate the food you eat with your craft beer from "pub grub" to chef-driven beer cuisine. Learn about the six distinct flavor profiles of craft beer (Crisp & Clean, Hoppy & Bitter, Malty & Sweet, Rich & Roasty, Fruity & Spicy, and Sour, Tart, & Funky), and how to marry each of them with food. The recipes in this book will dispel the notion that beer is just bubbly stuff served by the pitcher with fried food. Among the recipes, you'll find appetizers and snacks like Radishes Dipped in Hop Butter, refreshing salads like Four-Carrot Salad with Toasted Grains, hearty entrees like Smoked Beef Brisket with Rosemary Confit Potatoes, and even desserts like Dark Chocolate Soufflés. Complete with beer recommendations that come with each recipe, this book is a treasure trove of ingeniously simple beer-inspired cuisine.

About the author (2018)

Widely recognized for his keen beer and food pairing ability, chef Adam Dulye creates dynamic dishes that complement the distinct flavor profiles in craft beer. As executive chef to the Brewers Association and, he educates guests on the compatibility of craft beer and contemporary cuisine. In July 2012, Dulye took a new approach to beer and food with the opening of The Abbot's Cellar in San Francisco. A fine dining destination and SF Chronicle Top 100 restaurant, Abbot's Cellar dedicated menus to food and beverage pairing with a focus on American cuisine and craft beer.

Michael Harlan Turkell's cat once had a beer named after him (Sixpoint Craft Ales Mason's Black Wheat). Only recently, and without moving, Turkell now lives a few blocks away from numerous breweries in Brooklyn. He has also somehow convinced his local dive bar to always have Bell's Two-Hearted Ale on tap, almost exclusively for his intake. And a handful of years ago, dear friends seated Adam Dulye and him next to each other at their wedding, knowing that the two would find lifelong drinking partners in one another. He and Dulye bonded at the bar, over beers, naturally, and after many pints over the years, The Beer Pantry was born.

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★ Authors: Adam Dulye, Michael Harlan Turkell
★ Publisher: Dovetail, 2018
★ ISBN-10: 0998739987
 ISBN-13: 9780998739984
★ Hardcover: 200 pages
★ Language: English 
★ Publication Year: 2018
★ Weight: 2.2 pounds
★ Dimensions: 10.5 x 8.5 x 1 inches

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