Tuesday is St. Patrick’s Day. We can’t exactly drink Guinness all day — some have tried, we’re sure, but it is still a workday, people — so we’re rounding up recipes that will let us eat our favourite Irish stout all day.
To begin, I tested this recipe from Food52:
Garlic, Parmesan and Herb Beer Bread
It was almost too simple. And most people will have all the ingredients on hand. (You can use any beer, at any temperature, just as long as it’s still carbonated.)
I followed the recipe as written — I included the optional sugar — popped the thick batter into the oven for 50 minutes and…voila!
The verdict: sweet, garlicky perfection. (Not appropriate for date night with a vampire. There’s a whole head of raw garlic in there.) Would likely be best served with soup, stew or chili.
It will be made again and again. Regardless of calendar date.
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