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JWOURMS Posts: 810
11/14/10 7:16 A

My sister bought me a guiness cook book last year for Christmas. Its a great excuse to have Guiness in the house.... emoticon
I'm not much of a beer drinker myself but a slow simmered beef stew (or venison if I'm carefully watching the calories) is just wonderful on a cold weekend. There's a Guiness cake recipe too that I haven't tried yet. Maybe next time I'm having a bit of a calorie splurge.

..you may not be able to really feel compassion toward others until you are able to feel compassionate toward yourself. Margaret Paul
AUNTB63 Posts: 6,971
11/12/10 11:16 A

Thanks. I'll try the brandy as we always have that around........the Guiness is a good idea, but it would never get into a recipe (no matter how little I might need).....this is the only beer I will drink and only one (every couple of months)

Barb
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JWOURMS Posts: 810
11/12/10 11:10 A

Might Brandy or whisky be preferable. Kind of depends on the recipe. Stout, like Guiness, might work too....

..you may not be able to really feel compassion toward others until you are able to feel compassionate toward yourself. Margaret Paul
AUNTB63 Posts: 6,971
11/12/10 9:27 A

Any suggestions for substituting something for sherry when a recipe calls for it........neither my DH not I like the taste and smell of sherry. Thanks in advance for any ideas.

Barb
"Sweat is FAT crying"

"Exercise is not a means to an end. It's a tool for living YOUR best Life"

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