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Daytime Recipe: Emily Ellyn's Beer Fondue

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Emily Ellyn's Beer Fondue

The popularity of micro-brews is carrying over into the kitchen with beer and food pairings so Emily, a former competitor from The Food Network's "Next Food Network Star" and known as "The Retro Rad Chef"
has created some recipes with beer pairings, using Shipyard beer, that will delight everyone at your big game party. Additionally Emily has cooked up a new calendar that includes food, fashion and lots of fun! You can get a copy through her website. She's also hosting a tasting and cooking class with Shipyard Brew Pub on the January 9th. Check out her website for more details.

Courtesy of Emily Ellyn, Retro Rad Chef


Shipyard Export - Paired with "Cheesy Export Brew Fondue"

Shipyard Barrel Aged - Paired with Shipyard Shabu Shabu ("Swish Shish" )

Orange Honey Porter - Dessert "Ship to Florida's Shores - Orange Honey Porter Fondue"


Cheesy Export Brew Fondue

1; 12 ounce Shipyard Export Beer
1 clove garlic, halved
1 teaspoons garlic Powder
8 ounces shredded sharp cheddar cheese
8 ounces shredded Swiss cheese
2 tablespoon of flour
Salt and black pepper to taste
Hot pepper sauce to taste

In a 2 quart slow cooker set to high rub cut side of garlic clove around bottom and sides of fondue pot. Then, add garlic powder and beer into fondue pot and slowly bring to a simmer over medium-low heat, about 5 minutes.
Combine Cheddar cheese, Swiss cheese, flour, salt, and black pepper in a bowl.
Gradually stir cheese mixture into beer, adding small amounts at a time, until cheese is melted and blended, 10 to 15 minutes.
Stir hot pepper sauce into cheese mixture.

Reduce slow cooker to low temperature and serve.

**If the mixture gets too thick, reheat and/or add a little more beer.

Shipyard Shabu Shabu ("Swish Shish")

3 bottles Shipyard Barrel Aged Brew
4 green onions, sliced thin on the bias
4 ounces shitake mushrooms
4 ounces button mushrooms
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 tablespoons kombu seaweed (substitute nori if cannot find in store)
1 tablespoons ginger, minced
1 tablespoons bonito flakes
Salt and Black Pepper to taste

Add all ingredients in slow cooker and cook on high for 1/2 hour. Taste, adjust seasoning, and then serve!

** Shabu shabu is one of Japan's most popular dishes and is a glorified fondue. It consists of paper-thin slices of raw beef and raw vegetables, cooked by each diner at the table in a pot of hot broth. The name comes from the sound that is made as the meat is swished through the broth: 'swish swish.'

Ship to Florida's Shores - Orange Honey Porter Fondue

1/2 cup butter, cubed
1 cup heavy cream
1 cup orange marmalade
1/4 cup Shipyard Honey Porter
4 Tablespoon corn starch

Mix butter, cream, marmalade in slow cooker on high and allow to simmer for 1/2 hour.

Mix beer and corn starch together then stir into above mixture. Continue to cook on high until thickened.

Reduce slow cooker to low temperature and serve.

Rad Clues to all Brews:

There are only two categories of beer - Ale and Lager. From there are endless variations. Let's explore some of the more popular styles within each category:

Made with bottom-fermenting yeasts at cold temperatures.

Pale Lagers are what many Americans think of as "beer", i.e. Miller and Bud. Also called "American Adjunct Lager". If this is the only beer you drink, it's time to branch out!

Pilsner has a hoppier taste than pale lagers, and is traditionally from the Czech Republic.

Bock is less popular than Pale Lagers or "Pils," but deserves more attention. Bocks often have a complex malty flavor with less hoppiness. Amber to dark color, with a rich taste.

Ale Made with top-fermenting yeasts at warm temperatures. Ales are what most British people think of as "beer".

Wheat Beer and Belgian White are both styles, which are made with wheat and are often seasoned by orange and spices.

IPA (India Pale Ale) is a very hoppy and dry beer with medium color.

Porter is a very dark, full bodied brew. They have a very strong malty flavor, with hints of chocolate, caramel, and coffee.

Stout is a subcategory of Porter. Stouts have more alcohol content than Porters, and also have a slightly dryer and more bitter characteristic.

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