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Cooking Beer


The Quebec Microbrewery Cookbook

by (author) Raymond Beauchemin

Vehicule Press
Initial publish date
Sep 2003
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Sep 2003
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Raymond Beauchemin has gathered together, or created, dozens of delicious recipes that use real Quebec beers as a main ingredient. Where Quebec beers are not available the book includes a "Substitution Chart" that lists beers from across Canada and the U.S. that can be used in the recipes. From the first serious attempts to brew beer in Canada by the Recollet missionaries who accompanied Samuel de Champlain in 1612, to the advent of microbreweries and brew pubs in the mid-1980s, Raymond Beauchemin presents the colourful story of brewing in Quebec. Contents -Cooking with Beer, including Chemistry and Nutrition -Styles of Beer in Quebec -Substitution Chart (that lists beers from across Canada and the U.S.) -Serving and Pairing Beer -Menu Planner -Recipes: Appetizers, soups, salads and dressings, seafood, beef, game, pork, and lamb. Also breads, desserts, and drinks, all using microbrewery beer -History of Brewing and archival images Salut! is now on the web! For recipes, answers to your beer questions, and a brief history of beer in North America check out the

About the author

A former senior editor at The Montreal Gazette, Raymond Beauchemin is the author of Salut! The Quebec Microbrewery Beer Cookbook and editor of several anthologies of Quebec literature in English. He has taught creative writing and international journalism at Concordia University in Montreal. A Massachusetts native, he has lived and worked in Abu Dhabi and currently lives in Ontario. He is married to the writer Denise Roig.

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