These Seattle Drunk Dogs are a tribute to the late-night food vendors on the streets of this beloved city.
Come on, let's get dirty! This ain't your mama's dirt cake; this one is downright sinful. If you are hosting a party for St. Patrick's Day, you are going to want to add this recipe to your list.
What’s the secret to this delicious chili? A little bit of semi-sweet chocolate! It adds body, dimension, and a certain je ne sais quoi. It also pairs just beautifully with the dark beer and chipotle peppers. When the culmination of all of the ingredients simmers together, they make something magical…
The pulled pork in these sandwiches is unreal. The meat is tender and juicy, and the sauce is packed with flavor from a few ingredients that you’re likely to already have in your fridge: onions, garlic, ketchup, beer, vinegar, and Sriracha. Boom! That killer combination creates a sweet and tangy barbecue sauce with a subtle kick. The pickles add even more punch.
These Danish meatballs are authentic, hearty, and totally delicious!
These things aren’t always the cheapest, but with tacos/chips/salsa/rice/other sides, you don’t need too much meat per person. All the more reason to make it a party!
This recipe is a bit involved, but the result is perfectly seasoned, sweet and spicy, finger-licking wings.
Try this exquisite dish!
A moist, super flavorful Baileys cupcake with creamy, white chocolate whiskey filling and a rich, dark chocolate Guinness frosting.
This is an easy recipe, but also a labor of love. SideChef's own Chef Aaron learned it from a Filipino friend and believes it is the perfect remedy for cold winters and/or game day. Enjoy!
Take classic Southern flavors and put a modern twist on them with these Southern Pork Belly Sliders using hoecakes, fried smoked pork belly, and some Mississippi comeback sauce.
This hearty and flavorful soup is so easy to make. Simply mix the ingredients in a slow cooker and let it do the work for you. And to make it even better, stir in some cheddar just before serving and top with a sprinkle of chives.
Slow Cooker Beer Pulled Pork is fall-apart, melt-in-your-mouth tender and loaded with savory flavors. This recipe makes perfect BBQ sandwiches!
You can actually use this batter for a lot of things, like zucchini, eggplant, jalapenos, etc. But the best version is definitely these mouth-watering Onion Rings.
Try this Cindo de Mayo-inspired take on the classic Reuben sandwich.
Ribs + beer? Does it get any better?
The spices and lime in this Grilled Beer Marinated Chicken keep the drumsticks so juicy and tender all through the grilling that it’s hard to mess them up. They are not very spicy and have a barely-there hint of beer flavor that makes it down to the bone. Absolutely delicious!
This is not the wannabe stuff that’s sold next to the ice cream cones, wet nuts, and Hershey’s syrup; this recipe uses real caramel. One taste will have you swooning.
Beer in bread? This combination will be your new favorite after you make this recipe. Just try your best not to eat the whole loaf!
If you're already drooling just reading the name of this recipe, you're not alone.