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    Cooking with beer!

    I beer brined a pork roast that turned out great last weekend.

    I used a local whiskey barrel aged ale that takes on the flavor and smell of bourbon as the liquid in my brine, which went great with the pork.

    Here are a few pics:





















    Here is a link to more pictures and a recipe.

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    Another great looking dish! Every recipe of yours that I've tried has been really good.
    Now is not the time to bother me. And it's always now. Wiley Miller

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    your pics suck!!

    wait i said that wrong...your pics make my pics suck. there!

    what camera are you using? lens?

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    this might be sacrilege, but i like cooking with non alcohol beer. like the amber o-douls. the flavor, cooked is mildly sweet with none of the bitter.

    just me.

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    Damn that looks good!

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    Inspiring, I would like to give it a try with a wildporc. I used to make a chicken stew with beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomchakabowwow View Post
    your pics suck!!

    wait i said that wrong...your pics make my pics suck. there!

    what camera are you using? lens?
    Canon 5D MKII with the 24-105 lens. I have also been using a canon EOS M with the 22mm lens. I think a lot of it has to do with the lighting more than the camera (OK the camera helps ). I like to shoot outside in my backyard by my grill which gets pretty good natural light with a little shade. Here is a picture I shot of A steak I cooked the other day with my iPhone that I posted directly to Facebook shot in natural light, this pic is a little darker since I left the table under the porch. I thought it looked pretty good coming straight out of the phone and no photoshop adjustments.


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    Beer and meat, screw veggies.
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