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  • rondon
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    yup .... might have been too much horseradish.... but it was a sauce so not full blown...
    .. any how still good... be great at a party... any mistake was the way I made it ...
    just after one swills down the remaining bottles from the six pack... doesn't have as much appeal the next day..

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    Well, how else are you going to know what works? I never tried dark beer but I know light beer isn't as good as just regular beer. I think I well try the horseradish in just a small bit of it after that statement.
    DJ

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  • rondon
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    well.. have to say that my dark beer might have been a bit overkill... got tired of it before it was gone... well not the beer.. just in the dip... grew stronger with time.. but then might have been the horse radish... so I withdraw any of my changes...

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    Cool. I never thought of that. I love those horseradish dips I've had in restaurants. I'll have to experiment and see how it goes.
    DJ

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  • rondon
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    Just when I thought life couldn't get any better pam suggested putting in some horse radish sauce... as her favorite was bacon and horse radish... for those who like it ... about a heaping tablespoon gives it some bite without losing the beer taste.

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    Glad you liked it Ron. I guess you will just have to drink the rest. It's a tough job but someone has to do it.
    DJ

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  • rondon
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    awesome dip... once i drained the grease from the pan I poured some beer into it to get all them tasty little grains..
    love it and simple too..
    used a little less than four ounces of beer.. have 2/3rds left.... what to do what to do

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  • rondon
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    well no chips... dang it... will have to settle for wheat thins ..triskets and nacho chips...

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    Well, hell, you're all set. Got any chips to dip in them?
    DJ

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  • rondon
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    just so happens....... my neighbor gets us slabs of very good bacon in lake city when he goes up... no fear...

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    Just don't use Bacon bits. Use real criply fried bacon. It's alot better tasting.
    DJ

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  • rondon
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    ah!.... how timely... Pam just came home with a 6 pack of NEWCASTLE BROWN ALE ... now if I can get one away from her.. we have the rest on hand...

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    Not that I know of. Especially if that's the kind of beer taste you enjoy. I usually recommend using your favorite beer.
    DJ

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  • rondon
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    wow this sounds easy enough... any reason I couldn't use a dark beer ?

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    In that case, maybe you should start off with a 6 pack.
    DJ

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