Sausage

Well, by now you should be aware of an on going theme with our recipes: Pumpkin! And, this one is no exception. On a recent trip to Whole Foods, I noticed that they were carrying a new pasta sauce made with pumpkin and was immediately inspired to concoct my own at home. After all, I …

A while back we posted a wonderful recipe for Italian Potato Soup with Leeks and Pancetta. That potato and leek soup is quite brothy with chunks of potatoes, leeks, pancetta, mushrooms and so on. With leeks now coming into season we have noticed a large increase in the number of leek soups appearing at local …

I’ve been wanting to make my rendition of Zucchini Boats for a while now, and tonight seemed like the perfect night to do so. Zach is still in Poland, and sometimes it’s hard to cook for just one person, but except for some chopping, this recipe is very easy to construct. This is also the …

Sometimes we just crave soup, even if it’s in the dead heat of the summer. P.S. Today it was over 100 degrees AGAIN and super dry AGAIN!! But moving along, Zach and I haven’t been feeling 100%, so tonight we decided to keep dinner easy, clean, and nourishing. This soup turned out just that way. …

Sometimes here at Cooking and Beer, we like to go beyond just pairing beer with food and just go right ahead and stick the beer in the recipe. Now, we do not recommend doing this with just any recipe (after all, I am sure that your grandmother would not appreciate getting served some beer pumpkin …

One of our favorite things to do is to combine ingredients that you normally would not put together. Last time we checked, the words ‘pasta’ and ‘cajun’ normally do not lie in the same sentence or recipe. However, the richness of the Cajun jambalaya mixture pairs quite well with a wide noodle (like fettuccine). The …