Cooking with Guinness PDF ePub eBook

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Cooking with Guinness free pdf Enjoy 50 of the best recipes using Guiness for game day, parties, Saint Patrick's day, and more! Guinness has been a favorite "secret" ingredient with cooks around the world since 1837, adding a deep, rich flavor to any recipe. Cooking with Guinness is the ultimate cookbook of 50 of the heartiest and most comforting recipes featuring this popular Irish stout that has been a favorite for more than 250 years. Surprisingly low in calories despite its thick, creamy taste, Guinness stout enhances dishes, taking them to the next level of deliciousness. Beer expert Bill Yenne provides you with the best recipes to cook with Guiness. From savory dishes such as Beef Stew and Mussels in a Cream Sauce to sweet dishes including Chocolate Mousse and Chocolate Truffels, you'll be amazed by how versatile the world's favorite stout is when used in the kitchen. Enjoy 50 of the best recipes using Guiness for game day, parties, Saint Patrick's Day, and more!

About Bill Yenne

BILL YENNE is the author of more than three dozen nonfiction books on historical topics. His books on aviation and military history have included Area 51 Black Jets--which T. D. Barmes, formerly with NASA High Range and Area 51 Special Projects, described as "not a book that the reader will lay down and not finish. It holds one's interest from front to back." Yenne has also contributed to encyclopedias of World War I and World War II and has been featured in several documentaries which have aired on the History Channel, the National Geographic Channel, the Smithsonian Channel, and ARD German Television. The Wall Street Journal notes that Yenne writes "with a cinematic vividness." Yenne has also authored ten novels and has penned several books on beer and brewing history, including Beer: The Ultimate World Tour.

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Author : Bill Yenne
Publisher : Race Point Publishing
Data Published :
ISBN : 163106164X
EAN : 9781631061646
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 128 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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