Month: September 2014
Tomorrow is the first day of Fall! True, that means very little to us in South Florida as far as the weather is concerned, but it doesn’t mean we don’t love the signs of the season just as much as everyone else. We just have to work a little harder to get in the spirit when instead of seeing leaves changing color, all we’re
seeing is beautiful palm trees. If you love rich Autumnal colors and seasonal decor, though, there’s no reason you can’t incorporate a little Fall-flair into your Miami wedding.
It’s the last day of our series on beer-inspired recipes
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that are just perfect for game day. We’ve saved the best for last, and even though it sounds like the fanciest of them all, it actually couldn’t be simpler. Just use good, fresh ingredients and your delicious meal will be ready in no time.
The NFL regular season kicks off tonight! Hopefully you made a big batch of our chili already, and you’ve got plenty leftovers ready to enjoy tonight. But maybe you’re more looking forward to this weekend’s games. Today we’ve got the third recipe in our beer-inspired series, and it’s probably the most quintessential football watching food of them all: chicken wings! If you want to make things really easy on yourself, start this recipe tomorrow night and finish the wings on Saturday.
It’s the second day of our series featuring Chef Andrea’s perfect beer-inspired recipes for football season. Today’s recipe – chili! Yes, it’s hot outside, but who doesn’t like a big, warm, comforting bowl of homemade chili? This one’s perfect for watching the game at home on a Sunday night, and you’ll probably have plenty of leftovers to enjoy the next day. Or, if you’re entertaining, you can set up a really fun chili bar and let guests top their bowls with all of their favorite additions. The recipe is incredibly easy, just allow yourself enough time to really let the chili simmer. Enjoy!
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College football season is underway, and the NFL regular season kicks off this Thursday night with the Packers and the Seahawks. It’s one of our favorite times of the year! With that in mind, we’re going to be running a special series on this blog this week, featuring one of Chef Andrea’s beer-inspired dishes every day! We’ll also be sharing suggested beer pairings to take all of the guess work out of it for you. Today’s recipe is baby back ribs! These are PERFECT for inviting your friends over to watch a game at home, but you can also cook them at home and take them tailgating with you. Either way, they’re sure to become a new favorite. Just be sure to give yourself enough time to marinate the ribs, and keep in mind that the sauce is even better when made the day before.
Be sure to let us know if give this recipe a try!