Is Beer Vegan? From an outsiders perspective, the question might seems silly. Beer, after all, is made from plants and water. At it’s most basic, the ingredients to make beer are simple: water, malt, hops, yeast; all of which are clearly non-animal. And while brewmasters have a way of working everything from bacon to whole […]
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If you want to watch a culinary sports crowd get rilled up, ask what the “right way to make chili” really is. Just meat? Beans? No beans? Pork, vegetables, beef? Tomatoes? Because if you do it “wrong” you might was well be at Morton’s and ask for ketchup with your steak. Or waltz yourself in […]
I want to thank you for how supportive and encouraging you were with the manifesto I posted last week. To be honest, I care more about what you think than I probably should and I’m grateful that so many people are excited about layered and thoughtful food. I started to think about dishes that have […]
If you’re new to the Craft Beer scene, it might surprise you how many vegetarian and vegans there are here. While I am a meat eater (clearly, I put bacon in desserts), I did spend three years as a vegetarian. Mostly, this was a response to growing up on a farm and getting […]
I’m so glad I can share this recipe with you. I’ve been working like a crazy person to develop and test recipes that I fall in love with but I can’t share them with you because I need to save them for the cookbook. And, of course, I’m putting a tremendous amount of pressure […]
Last Friday I was able to visit the Los Angeles CBS studios. They even let me do a cooking segment. Originally slotted for 4 to 5 minutes, the loved me so much, they let me run to 6 1/2 minutes. Aren’t they great? A few questions threw me off, “Were you in a […]
I started TheBeeroness.com as a way to marry my love of food and good craft beer. It was my offering, in a way, to the craft beer scene. I wanted to be a part of this beer world I was so captivated by, but I didn’t brew. I could cook, and I could take a picture that didn’t suck, and that was my way of squeezing myself into the world of craft beer.