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JWOURMS Posts: 812
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.

AUNTB63 Posts: 6,979
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)

JWOURMS Posts: 812
11/12/10 11:10 A

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

AUNTB63 Posts: 6,979
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.

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