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Beer Bread on the Drum

post #1 of 23
Thread Starter 
Made a loaf of beer bread for my turkey pastrami sandwich this weekend.

I used 3 cups of self rising flour
1/4 cup of sugar
a bit of salt
mixed with one beer

used a cast iron skillet...
brushed the top of the bread with an egg wash and sprinkled with chopped onions..

smoked with hickory in my drum...

the bread took about 2 hours at 300 degrees. I rap the top of the loaf to check.. if it sounds hollow, it's ready..

It was kinda tasty! :)

Thanks for lookin'. :)
post #2 of 23
Sure does look tasty.Thanks for that bread recipe.I will give it a whirl when i am camping.PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #3 of 23
That bread turned out beautifully, your posts have me wondering if you are a professional Chef they look so good.
post #4 of 23
and the bottom is has the perfect color. It amazes me how consistent you are. Seriously...marriage? I've got a wife and 3 kids, but I'm guessing they'll never find me out on your ranch.
Ok, we don't have to actually get married. I'll just do stuff around the ranch and help out in exchange for chow that looks like that!

points.giffor another amazing smoke
post #5 of 23
Thread Starter 
Thank you Alex, Fire and Dude!!

Alex, if your going camping.. I wanna go! biggrin.gif

Fire it up, I'm more of a professional critter chaser. lol I just got back from checking on the bull in the pasture... have you ever been licked by a bull? It's gross and tickles at the same time. biggrin.gif

Dude, I am flattered! wink.gif Come on out, I have plenty of fence that needs fixed...just watch out for the bull. lol

Thanks friends!
post #6 of 23
Great looking bread. Beautiful color. Sitting here drooling, Mrs Scar has 2 loves of sourdough in the oven right now -
post #7 of 23
Thread Starter 
I bet it smells wonderful at your house!
Thank you Scarbelly, I still owe you a PM.. lol I haven't forgotten!!
post #8 of 23
Another Excellent Smoke and Post...PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #9 of 23
I looked at the title and knew right away who posted it LOL. Great job as always cowgirl. Are those brussel sprouts wrapped in bacon I see there? I just picked ours, now I have some ideas for them.biggrin.gif
post #10 of 23
One day all the wives on this board are going to wake up and find a note on their hubby's pillow saying "Gone to OK, BBIAB." Great looking beer bread, I make some in my gas oven from time to time when I host my local beer club here. I'll have to give a try on the grill sometime. PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #11 of 23
BBIAB ?????
post #12 of 23
BBIAB = TLA+2. Be Back In A Bit. :-)
post #13 of 23
Thats yougo again with another great meal. that bread looks fabulous and tastey then you have thats sammie for a snack. Man it all looks so good but I'm getting used to be on the lookout for your post. Thanks again.
post #14 of 23
Sounds like a great recipe. Is there a max percent of alcohol the beer can have? The beer here in germany is usually 4.8 to 5 percent.
post #15 of 23
Thread Starter 
Thank you everybody!
Thanks Paul!
Meathunter, those are brussel sprouts wrapped in bacon. I guess I forgot to post that smoke. lol
Grue... lol I'd put you to work fixing fence. But I'd feed ya too. smile.gif

mballi, thank you! wink.gif

smokemaster... I've only used 3.2 beer but I bet the alcohol content wouldn't make a difference. I usually use a lighter beer though, have not tried an amber or lager. They might be tasty too.
If you do make one using dark beer, please let me know how it comes out.
post #16 of 23
Beer bread huh? Got my name written all over it. Great lookin sandwich too! She's at it again!
post #17 of 23
Everytime I open this thread I get hungry.
post #18 of 23
Thats the best looking sammie i have ever seen.
post #19 of 23
another WOW...great job
post #20 of 23
Great looking bread ! I made some naan bread tonight for the first time. Most of them I just put right on the bbq grill on uber high heat. They are done quicker than toast in the toaster. I know because I put the naan on the grill and toast in the toaster. While I was getting the toast out the naan burned. No big deal cause I made 20. No pics because my wife was sick and I was staying out of her way and camera is somewhere in her bedroom.

I stuck one of the naans brushed with butter in my 10 inch Dutch oven with a rosemary leaf over to one side. I put two coals right under the rosemary and wow did that ever turn out nice. ( I got that tip once from cowgirl herself and she's a professional snicker snicker , tink tink, say no more. )

BTW Jeanie, keep that Bull behind your fence, if its one thing SMF has enough of its Bull! biggrin.gif
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