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Joue de porc, oeuf de ferme poché au vin rouge, croûtons, girolles, petits oignons, jus léger de Gordon Finest Gold

Nettoyer les joues de porc, découper-les chacunes en 3 morceaux identiques, les colorer brièvement et les laisser cuire au four à 80° C pendant 8 heures.

Nouilles asiatiques aux moules et Martin’s IPA

Nettoyez et coupez en julienne tous les légumes et les réserver séparément. Nettoyez et émincez les oignons et le céleri vert. Nettoyez et cuire les

Beer and cooking

A sandwich is a food item consisting of one or more types of food, such as vegetables, sliced cheese or meat, placed on or between

Successful installation of new brewery in Bruges

Successful installation of new brewery in Bruges On Wednesday, 1 July, Bruges was turned upside down for the spectacular installation for Bourgogne des Flandres, a

Bicentenary Battle of Waterloo

200 years of Waterloo

Anthony Martin about the India Pale Ale

Anthony Martin has plenty to say about the American IPA and the roots of brewing, as Paul Walsh found out I arrive to interview Anthony

Bourgogne des Flandres under Bruges’ belfry

It was brewed there until 1957 according to a family recipe of the Van Houtryve family who owned some of the city’s finest breweries since

Waterloo Is Not A Mournful Beer

The Waterloo brewery is certainly much older than the battle associated with the name. It was founded in the Middle Ages, in 1456 to be

Dear Guinness, We Wish You A « Good » Centenary!

Today it seems only natural that one of the world’s best known speciality beers is included in the portfolio of a group dedicated to brewing