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  1. Brill with Wittekerke Zabaglione (Sabayon)

    Wittekerke For 4 people: Ingredients: •4 pieces of brill of 5 oz. •1 pound fresh spinach •Butter •4 egg yolks •Some lemon juice •1 tsp. nutmeg •8 oz. Wittekerke beer •4 slices of smoked salmon How to prepare: 1.Wash the spinach, stew ...

  2. Hoppy Candy Sugar Cake

    the sugar. Add the beer. Fill the baking dish. - Bake for about 30 minutes in the oven at 400 ...

  3. Cherish Belgian Waffels

    Melt the butter, and stir it with the sugar, the vanilla sugar, the baking soda and the beer into your ...

  4. Dress Like a Pirate!!!

    Piraat Bottle and a T-shirt.  When you order a beer, you earn a chance to win a 9 Liter  Bottle of ...

  5. St. Louis Premium Peche

    Belgian lambic brew. Fruit Beer Brewery Van Honsebrouck St. Louis Premium Peche, Van Honsebrouck ...

  6. St. Louis Premium Framboise

    fresh fruit Belgian lambic. Brie and Camemberet cheese. Fruit Beer Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck St. Louis ...

  7. Casserole with wild Rabbit, Pheasant and wild Boar in a Petrus Speciale

    a Petrus Speciale in mind for this dish. It is a regional beer from West Flanders, amber in colour, fruity ... cold tap. 2. Put the meat on in water with the beer, salt and pepper, bay leaves, thyme and the ...

  8. Tre Fontane Trappist Tripel

    beer recipe, the monks began brewing Tre Fontane using the surrounding eucalyptus as a spice.  Several ... was awarded the ATP brand (Authentic Trappist Product). Tre Fontane is the 11th Trappist Beer in the ...

  9. Scrambled Eggs with Stuffed Brill, Hop Sprouts and zabaglione of Wittekerke

    together with the beer at a low heat until you have a homogenous mass. Slowly add the melted butter and ...

  10. Fennel & Endive Salad with Wittekerke Dressing

    together the Wittekerke beer, lemon juice, sugar, mustard, oil and lemon peel until smoothly blended. ...

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