Pairing Beer with Food & Cooking Without Onions

Pairing Beer with Food & Cooking Without Onions

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Emma Christensen
Apr 22, 2011

Looking for some mid-week dinner tips? From this time last year, we have a round-up of pantry staples for quick meals, a recipe for slow-cooked pork wraps, help for folks who are allergic to onions, and some advice for pairing that after-work beer with what's on the table.

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• These slow-cooked pork wraps are a perfect meal to make in the slow cooker.

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