Jason Menayan from San Francisco on February 03, 2011: Now you've made my mouth water...can't wait to try this! Mix in remaining ingredients. It’s just that good! 3. One can assume they are familiar with the recipe that made a name for Johnny Allman. 1. Fallen Cheese Soufflé This is a very forgiving recipe. As the tale is told, John’s brother, Joe Allman, a chef in the Southwest, developed this “Snappy Cheese,” as it was known, for his brother to serve to diners. Allow the cheese to process to a “nearly smooth” consistency. ;). Give it a try. So, I must share. This cheese is another fine example of what I like to refer to as the “food of my people.”. There are a number of commercial beer cheese products available in Kentucky, one company of which is operated by John Allman’s grandson. These ingredients marinated for a week to a week-and-a-half. Fromage Fort Fromage fort is the ultimate way of using leftover cheese. It’s quick, it’s easy and it’s a supersmart no-waste snack. I know, “hush your mouth”! I know you’re going to be glad you did! It is generally accepted that beer cheese originated in Central Kentucky, at a restaurant owned by John Allman, a local restaurateur during the 1930s through 1970s. 5 or Fewer Ingredients 8 or Fewer Ingredients ... 591,145 suggested recipes. I'm sorry. We all tend to feel tender allegiance to our own family recipe. hope you try sometime and enjoy! Here, more ways to use up leftover cheese scraps and rinds. https://www.tasteofhome.com/collection/essential-beer-cheese-recipes Basic Beer-Cheese Bread The beer and cheese combo creates a hearty, savory loaf. She enjoys food history, creating new recipes, and serving beautiful food. John E. Allman, born in 1906 to a grocer in Madison County, Kentucky, grew up to become a policeman, serving with the Richmond Police as well as the Kentucky State Police. PDGreenwell (author) from Kentucky on January 09, 2014: I think it would be well received! Keep Bees at Bay: Nobody likes bees or wasps at their barbeque or outdoor get-together. A slow cooker can can take your comfort food to the next level. Primarily, we love to eat tasty food that isn’t necessarily good for you, if judged by the puritanical standards that are espoused today. If you were to seek, you would find numerous recipes for the cheese, each of them, as it were, “authentic.” In general, all include sharp cheddar cheese and beer; most include garlic and Worcestershire sauce. 6. If you have time, let it rest for a day or two. Vegetable Soup with Fennel, Herbs and Parmesan Broth Simmering Parmigiano-Reggiano rinds in the broth gives it a rich, cheesy flavor. Beer & Cheese Dip KitchenAid. In this week’s episode of Mad Genius Tips, F&W’s Justin Chapple demonstrates chef Richard Blais’s brilliant way to make crunchy cheese crisps in the microwave using leftover Parmesan rind. 5. We’ve assembled a list of 50 of the world’s most reliable, inexpensive wines – bottles that offer amazing quality for their price year in and year out. The flavors will develop and it will be even tastier. Our 22 Best Crock Pot and Slow-Cooker Recipes, Vegetable Soup with Fennel, Herbs and Parmesan Broth. Serve with crackers, pretzels, carrots and celery. 7. The reason I say this is because in Flexner’s introductory paragraph for the recipe included in this 1949 cookbook, it is said “In the days when free lunches were served in Kentucky saloons with every 5-cent glass of beer, we were told of a wonderful beer cheese that decked every bar.” Knowing this, I can’t help but doubt. Here, more ways to use up leftover cheese scraps and rinds. Pate and Cheese Dip Madeleine Cocina. I'm so surprised we don't have that here in Australia! Sp Greaney from Ireland on July 07, 2020: Never heard of this combination of ingredients for a recipe before. The spicy, dry nature of the product encourages those who partake of it to seek more food and drink, thereby making it a fine appetizer for restaurants as well as bars. Pork Roast with Garlic-Parmesan Cream For extra richness, this boneless pork roast is simmered in a mix of buttermilk, garlic, sage and cheese rinds. Cynthia Calhoun from Western NC on January 08, 2014: I liked your commentary about beer cheese! I suggest plain crackers as the cheese will be flavorful enough without embellishment. And that party will have good food, be it a hopping little church fellowship hall reception with cake and non-alcoholic refreshments (and don’t you even think of rocking the Hokey-Pokey, no dancing allowed) or a rip-roaring tailgate party at Commonwealth Stadium (Go Cats!) Be interesting to try. Kentucky beer cheese is such a beloved foodstuff in Central Kentucky that it actually has its own party, the Kentucky Beer Cheese Festival.