Kentucky Beer Cheese Trail

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2013/12/20 11:03:29 (permalink)
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    ScreamingChicken
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    Re:Kentucky Beer Cheese Trail 2013/12/20 11:27:13 (permalink)
    If Winchester was a little closer to Cincinnati the BCT could be incorporated into next spring's Chili Crawl!
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    Foodbme
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    Re:Kentucky Beer Cheese Trail 2013/12/21 01:28:47 (permalink)
    OK, I get it must contain Beer & Cheese but tell us more about it. What makes it unique? Where can you buy it?
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    Foodbme
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    Re:Kentucky Beer Cheese Trail 2013/12/21 01:42:59 (permalink)
    OK, I did my Homework. Think I'll make some for New Tears Eve and Souper Bowl.
    http://www.beercheesefestival.com/
    Beer Cheese Recipe #1
    1 lb. Sharp Cheddar cheese
    1 lb. Mild Cheddar cheese
    2 or 3 cloves of garlic
    8 ounces of beer – no ‘lite’ beer, please; allow the beer to go stale
    3 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
    1 teaspoon powdered Mustard (such as Coleman’s)
    Dash of Cayenne pepper
    1 teaspoon salt (if you find it necessary)
    Using a food processor, grind all the cheese with the garlic. Add the remaining ingredients, adding the beer last, slowly.
    Allow the cheese to process to a “nearly smooth” consistency. Everything should be well mixed. Store the cheese in a lidded container. If you have time, let the Beer Cheese rest for a day or two. The flavors will develop and it will be even tastier.
    To serve, place the cheese in bowls; offer plates of crackers, pretzels and carrots and celery. I suggest plain crackers as the cheese will be flavorful enough without embellishment.
     
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