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PostPosted: December 13th, 2015, 10:31 am 
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It may have been done before... but have been toying around with our own recipe for Beer and Cheddar soup that you easily take into the woods with you.

After mote than a few attempts (Who are we kidding we just love cooking with beers as often as possible) we think we nailed it pretty damn well.

Check it out here: http://www.mancamping.ca/1347-2/

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Well as I don't carry beer on canoe trips, the frontcountry kitchen here at home will have to do! Looks like a fine midwinter soup. For men and women.

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I gotta try this one! Any particular beer that works best? I'm thinking something medium amber and smooth.

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PostPosted: December 13th, 2015, 12:53 pm 
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tearknee wrote:
I gotta try this one! Any particular beer that works best? I'm thinking something medium amber and smooth.


We have tried a few different beers and .. it will depend on your tastes is probably the best way to put it. We used Coors light cause its cheap easy, but we have also used a nice Hoppy beer like Hops'N Bolts and it was fantastic.

Haven't tried this one with a dark beer yet, but I am sure it would work out just the same.

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littleredcanoe wrote:
Well as I don't carry beer on canoe trips, the frontcountry kitchen here at home will have to do! Looks like a fine midwinter soup. For men and women.

woo. Stirs.Here. It helps to have a neighbor by that name and live near Worcester Mass.



We had a ton of fun eating/making it in the "FrontKitchen" lol Let us know how you like it.

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