Just in time for the first long weekend of the season, Relish Elgin has just published their late Spring 2013 issue and lo and behold it features an incredibly, delectable spring treat fit for a king (or queen): Ale Battered Asparagus. Recipes and photos by yours truly!
You can pick up a hard copy of the publication at many local retailers and libraries. Once the magazine is available online for viewing I will edit this post to add a link.
If you're out and about Saturday morning, pick up the latest issue of Relish Elgin, stop in to the farmers' market for some local asparagus and then head on over to the brewery for a beer or two. It is 'May 2-4' after all.
Edit: May 18, 2013
The magazine is now available online.
Can o' ale
Day two. On December 4th. Two, four. Hmmm- two, four. Two-four! Beer! Local beer!
Around these here parts, a case of beer is also know as a "two-four" because that's how many bottles (or cans) are in a regular sized case. If you haven't guessed it already, today's feature is beer. Made into chocolate truffles.
That's right. I've blended Railway City Brewing Company's Dead Elephant Ale (brewed in St. Thomas, Ontario) with milk chocolate to make a creamy ganache filling surrounded by a dark chocolate shell.
Eating. Drinking. Sharing.