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Hotter, Spicier Cheez-Its

Seriously No-Knead Green Chile Cheese Bread

Easy Spicy Nuts

Hawaiian Chile Pepper Water

Spice Lovers Chex Mix

Duarte’s Style Cream of Green Chile Soup

Quick and Spicy Tomato Green Chile Soup

Ramen Booster – Umami Rescue Spice Mix

Fix the boring ramen with this umami bomb.

Hatch Green Chile “Pimiento” Cheese

Better them Pimiento Cheese, it’s a quick to make, spicy Hatch Green Chile version.

Hatch Green Chile Mac and Cheese

Spicy, cheesy, delicious. Roasted Hatch green chiles make this dish.

“Flamin’ Not” Our Homemade Flamin’ Hot Popcorn Spice

Green Chile Smash Burgers

Smash burgers are all the rage these days — thin burgers, smashed on the grill, with crispy and extra tasty crust on the top and bottom. This technique adds a lot of flavor, but I wanted to up that flavor… Continue Reading →

Hatch Green Chile Stew (aka Green Trash Water) Recipe

This is a great recipe to have ready for a cold morning. Add a little extra chile powder of your choice to pep it up.

Not the prettiest thing ever, but here’s some chilaquiles with chorizo, eggs, cheese, salsa bravo, and a healthy dose of @eatbeerhotsauce Nor-Cal Mole. Really rounds out the flavor

Not the prettiest thing ever, but here’s some chilaquiles with chorizo, eggs, cheese, salsa bravo, and a healthy dose of @eatbeerhotsauce Nor-Cal Mole. Really rounds out the flavor

Best Cincinnati Style Chili Recipe Outside of a Skyline Chili Restaurant

Cincinnati Chili was a certain acquired taste for me. Growing up on a more Texas style chili, Cincinnati style has a very odd assortment of flavors for one to consider it chili. Chocolate and cinnamon? Weird. Served over spaghetti and… Continue Reading →

Eat Beer Hot Sauce “Pimiento” Cheese Recipe

Last summer I spent some time in the deep south, Atlanta. I make it there at least once per year to visit family. While a lot of people would say that Atlanta is a metropolitan city and not the south,… Continue Reading →

A Beergeek in London: Bring Back the Mushy Peas

One thing that an excellent plate of fish and chips needs, is balance, it’s mushy peas. A delightful bit of veg to go along with the golden fried goodness of the perfectly made fish and chips. Good marrowfat peas cooked… Continue Reading →

America’s New Favorite Beer Snack

Well in the America I live in, pretzels have been replaced by Cheez-Its. Not any regular Cheeza-Its, but Cheez-Its Extra Toasty. You’d think this was a paid endorsement, but it’s not.  Extra Toasty Cheez-Its match perfectly with high IBU beers…. Continue Reading →

Great Reason To Subscribe To Amazon Prime – Skyline Chili For $2/can, Delivered

The best reason yet to subscribe to Amazon Prime, Skyline Chili delivered. And not just delivered in two days, free, but really cheap. I just bought an 8 pack for $2.33 per can. Now when I go back to Amazon… Continue Reading →

Pork Tenderloin Sandwich

We were missing Indiana, so made a homemade pork tenderloin. Yummy.

Some Notes on Developing a Skyline Clone Recipe

I occasionally get email from people asking about Cincinnati and Skyline chili — various things. But this email was from someone who has put a lot of really good thinking into developing a Skyline clone recipe. I’ll be using some… Continue Reading →

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