Grilled Cheese & Beer
Recipes for the Finer Things in Life
Written by Kevin VanBlarcum and James Edward Davis
Category: Cooking - Courses & Dishes - Sandwiches; Cooking - Beverages - Beer; Cooking - Specific Ingredients - Dairy
Format: Trade Paperback, 160 pages
On Sale Date: October 25, 2016
Grilled cheese is the most perfect food in the world. And paired with the right beer there is nothing finer! In your hands is a masterwork of creative collaboration between a brewer and a chef, combining an extensive knowledge of beer making, food and good humor to create the most amazing cookbook ever!
In these pages you will find one-of-a-kind grilled cheese sandwich recipes, perfectly paired with craft beers designed to draw out the full flavor of each ingredient. Grilled Cheese & Beer is spiced with wit and a passion for all things grilled cheese and beer, with easy-to-follow instructions that make it perfect for any skill level.
Grilled Cheese & Beer has over 50 expertly paired sandwich recipes including:
● Bacon Me Crazy with Stone Brewery’s Arrogant Bastard
● The Nature Boy Ricotta Flair with Moosehead Lager
● The Big Kahuna with Hell or High Watermelon
● Dia de los Quesos with Modelo Especial
● The Ham of La Challah with Briney Melon Gose
● Johnny Apple Cheese with Angry Orchard
● Muenster Mash with Stella Artois
● Funky Bâtard with Unibroue La Fin du Monde
● Turkey in the Rye with Keegan Ales’ Mother’s Milk
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Born and raised in the Catskill Mountains, Kevin VanBlarcum currently resides in Pine Hill, New York. He works in nearby Kingston, NY as a brewer. After graduating from the University at Albany, he began pursuing a career in the brewing industry. He shares his life with his loving fiancé, Cassie, and their cat, Egg.
Originally from Washington D.C., James Edward "Eddie" Davis moved to upstate New York to attend SUNY Delhi. Along the way, he fell in love with the culinary arts and began to hone his skills at a local favorite, The Caboose. A skating fanatic and movie buff, he currently resides in Brooklyn where the pavement is less bumpy.