Cooking with Beer

Overview

Award winning chef, Paul Mercurio brings together his two great passions, cooking and great beers, to produce this collection of more than 80 delicious and original dishes. The beer in these recipes is an essential component, not a gimmick. Used as an ingredient, beer adds all sorts of wonderful complexity to a dish. There are more than 80 beer styles in the world, each with its own flavors that will add something special to whatever you’re cooking – savory or sweet, simple or made for entertaining. Dive in and ...
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Overview

Award winning chef, Paul Mercurio brings together his two great passions, cooking and great beers, to produce this collection of more than 80 delicious and original dishes. The beer in these recipes is an essential component, not a gimmick. Used as an ingredient, beer adds all sorts of wonderful complexity to a dish. There are more than 80 beer styles in the world, each with its own flavors that will add something special to whatever you’re cooking – savory or sweet, simple or made for entertaining. Dive in and discover how good these dishes can be. Recipes in this book include:
 
  • Barbecued pork ribs
  • Crisp beer-battered shrimp
  • Lamb shanks in Guinness
  • Beer can chicken
  • Upside-down rhubarb stout cake
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781435143456
  • Publisher: Metro Books
  • Publication date: 10/15/2012
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 417,649
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.40 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Mercurio has always loved food. After many appearances cooking on a variety of Australian TV shows, Paul landed his own food-based program, Mercurio’s Menu. More than sixty episodes later, he has developed well over 200 original recipes for his show. This is his second cookbook.

 
Paul is passionate about all things beer and has been brewing his own since 1988. He has hosted the Australian International Beer Awards, the Perth Beer Awards and the New Zealand International Beer Awards, at which he has also been a beer judge.

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