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sweetbasil

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I totally forgot, but I am in need of a good beer bread recipe. There is someone who will be coming for graduation who loves beer bread. I would love to make some to have with dinner tomorrow.

Any feedback or suggestions are greatly appreaciated.
 

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here is the recipe I use on the wagon cooking. It is pretty heavy and dense but hard to beat when its hot out of the oven.

Beer Bread

3 cups flour
1 tbs. baking powder
5 tbs. sugar
1 room temp 12 oz. beer opened


Dough will be thick and heavy. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes and then butter top and bake another 10 minutes, use a or Dutch oven.
 

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In Lonesome Dove, it looked like there was always a dutch oven hanging from the rear axle while underway. Was that for transporting hot coals from camp to camp ? or am I way off ?
 

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nmhighdesert said:
here is the recipe I use on the wagon cooking. It is pretty heavy and dense but hard to beat when its hot out of the oven.

Beer Bread

3 cups flour
1 tbs. baking powder
5 tbs. sugar
1 room temp 12 oz. beer opened


Dough will be thick and heavy. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes and then butter top and bake another 10 minutes, use a or Dutch oven.

Hello "nmhighdesert,"
Thank you so much for the recipe, it turned out very delicious.

Hope you all are having a blissful Memorial Day weekend.
 

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