This is a great summer dish as it encompasses all that we love about summer – prawns on the barbie, fresh local asparagus and of course, beer.
In the absence of food critics who are interested in beer as a companion for food, the beer industry needs to work harder to increase its relevance to the dining occasion.
4 Pines Brewing Company this week launched a new restaurant in Manly, 4 Pines Underground.
The Pairing Dinner promises to be a highlight of the Australian National Home Brewing Conference (ANHC5) next month.
Winter provides the perfect weather for lamb shanks in guinness, so here is Paul Mercurio’s recipe for this famous pairing.
Paul Mercurio serves up his recipe for home made beef jerky, which the inimitable chef terms “the perfect beer accompaniment”.
A chance meeting causes Paul Mercurio to revisit the Porter-infused Meatloaf from his recipe book, Cooking with Beer.
Tea-smoked, beer-brined eye fillet of lamb is what you could expect for lunch today, if you were lucky enough to be eating at the Mercurio household.
Don’t fancy oysters au naturale? Neither does Paul Mercurio, who offers five inspired ways for you to serve them this summer.
This recipe from Paul Mercurio’s latest cookbook, Kitchen Mojo, works well with almost any style of beer – and it’s not every day you’ll hear him utter those words.