Salut!: The Quebec Microbrewery Cookbook
Raymond Beauchemin has gathered together, or created, dozens of delicious recipes that use Quebec microbeers, from such brewers as Unibroue, McAuslan, Boreale and Brasseurs RJ, 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.
Salut! The Quebec Microbrewery Beer Cookbook includes:
More than 100 recipes: Appetizers, soups, salads and dressings, seafood, beef, game, pork, and lamb. Also breads, desserts, and drinks, all using microbrewery beer
And chapters on: Cooking with Beer, including Chemistry and Nutrition; Styles of Beer in Quebec; Substitution Chart [with beers from across Canada and the U.S.]; Serving and Pairing Beer; a Menu Planner; and a History of Brewing in Quebec with archival images