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When the sun shines and the grill comes out of hibernation, there are few simpler pleasures than cooking outside with a beer in hand.

A saison’s lemony, spicy notes add levity to creamy mascarpone and tangy apricots; a drizzle of Belgian ale-infused balsamic glaze sends this picnic-perfect dessert over the top.

The smell of freshly popped kernels is reason enough to give this recipe a try. The “three-kernel” method of popping corn is foolproof and will leave you with no burnt and very few unpopped pieces. The secret: Use an already-warm pan to make a quick beer butter.

These addictive hors d’oeuvres pack a one-two punch of sweetness and spice that perfectly complements a malty, fruity, lightly hopped bière de garde.

Here’s the secret to the creamiest homemade hummus: Chickpeas have a thin, translucent skin that gives the dip a slightly chunky texture, no matter how great your food processor is. Take a few minutes to pinch the skins, and discard those tiny menaces to create an ultracreamy dip.

You’d be hard-pressed to find a snack as addictive, or as quick and easy, as these nuts.

Avocado toast is having a moment, and for good reason: Those delicious little green slices turn into a creamy spread in seconds.

Stack these mushrooms on focaccia or ciabatta with some baby greens for a tasty meatless sandwich or add leftover ’shrooms to a turkey or roast beef sandwich for a big boost of avor.

Quick and easy to prepare—and fun to eat—this recipe is perfect for parties: Your guests can snack on the clams straight from the grill.

This recipe makes more crema than you’ll need for six ears of corn: Slather the extra on toasted baguette slices, BLT sandwiches or grilled chicken.

Lemony and tart, this marinade adds a bright punch of avor to seafood, lamb and, of course, chicken.

This jus is just as comfortable with a French dip or open-faced steak sandwich as it is with expensive cuts of beef; it also goes well with pork and lamb.

Your Super Bowl party accommodates your New Year’s resolution in an easy, one-pot meal: This hearty chili’s full of flavor and low in saturated fat. Add a bold chili stout, some bright vegetables and chipotles for a kick of heat, and no one will miss the meat.

Homemade IPA-splashed pickles are delicious to snack on and even better to give.

Leftover turkey and veggies become another company-worthy meal.

A classic Roman pasta gets a makeover courtesy of leftover holiday ham, vegetables and a splash of kölsch.

Level up a perennial fall favorite, the pumpkin latte, with a decadent twist.

This tangy, no-cook sauce goes great with ham, beef, turkey, fish, pork loin or chicken, so it’s as welcome in your lunch bag as it is on the holiday table.

Fill mushrooms caps with a decadent mix of stuffing, turkey and brie.


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