Beef, Ale and Mushroom Pot Pie

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A comfort food classic!! Layers upon layers of flavours create the ultimate pot pie, perfect for sharing. Carve out some time, set your stove to simmer and escape to your kitchen this weekend! We truly enjoy the process of slowly simmering until you have created the most tender, savoury and flavour infused dishes all while filling your home with the most delightful of scents! Turn on some music, pour yourself a glass of vino and let’s create something completely scrumptious! 

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French Onion Beer Soup

 

Keep things cozy during the chilly months with delicious homemade soups! Follow these easy steps to creating golden goodness from almost nothing! The flavour in this soup is absolutely unreal. Talk about a crowd pleaser! Whether you choose to serve this soup at a dinner party or for a weeknight meal you are sure to impress.  You may need a Kleenex or two while cutting the onions…and again while slowly browning the onions, but we promise it will all be worth it! A few ingredients really go a long way with this delicious and hearty soup. 

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Spiced Beer Can Chicken

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Looking for a way to spice up your chicken recipes? Try this deliciously seasoned and super moist Beer Can Chicken! This technique is super easy and low maintenance. You can quickly throw it together, and get back to entertaining your guest while the BBQ does all the work!  As an added bonus, you only need half a can of beer for this recipe. So enjoy the other half while you are waiting for the chicken to cook!

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Corned Beef Grilled Cheese

What better way to kick off St. Patrick’s Day than corned beef, caramelized beer onions and melted cheese?! Now that is something to cheers to! This adult grilled cheese is all about elevation and capitalizing on so many flavour profiles. Enjoy this sandwich with your favourite draft beer this weekend!

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