Topics in This Week’s Episode (52:23)
- Today my guest is Sean Paxton, also known as “The Homebrew Chef”. Sean is a professional beer chef, author and runs a very nice food-beer pairing website at HomebrewChef.com. Sean joins me this week to discuss pairing food with beer.
- Sean tells us about some of his new projects including the building of his online cookbook/recipe site for beer at HomebrewChef.com
- We discuss the anatomy of a beer dinner and some recent examples Sean has been the chef for.
- Sean explains “The Paxton Project” which is a several year old Imperial Quad beer and how he got involved in the project with 10 barrel.
- We talk about his food pairing selection for an Imperial Quad (duck) and how he prepared that.
- Sean shares how he approaches pairing each course of the meal with beer
- We talk about how he tries to reflect the flavors in the beer rather than complementing them when building a meal.
- Sean shares why he likes to cook with beer and also the ingredients of the beer when building a meal.
- He shares his latest project – the online web site and offers a special code ‘beersmith’ you can use at HomebrewChef.com to get a discount on memberships.
- Sean provides his closing thoughts.
- Thank you to our sponsor Craft Beer and Brewing Magazine for sponsoring this episode. I encourage you to subscribe to their great magazine!
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Thanks to Sean Paxton for appearing on the show and also to you for listening!
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