A nice crusty bread that has a lightly sweet taste from the hard apple ale, and made savory with Swiss Cheese. The Swiss cheese hard apple ale bread is easy to make and great warm with lots of butter. A recipe from Seduction in the Kitchen.
Crossroads in life are strange sometimes. You can continue to go straight and stay on the same path, or you can make a turn and go another path. The choice is yours to make when you reach that crossroad. How do you know if you make a good choice if you choose to make that turn? We don’t, it is a gamble.
Sometimes I feel like I want to make that turn, but fear is what keeps me on the same path. Fear is the weirdest thing, it can keep you from discovering a great path, or it can actually keep you from doing something stupid. The thing is you never know when fear is involved.
What do you do? It goes back to change is good. You got to swallow the fear and just make the turn. Once you make that turn, that is when the adventure begins. If turns out you end up doing something stupid from making the turn, who cares. It will be a laughter moment in life. So live it up.
I admit I am at a crossroads, and I have a lot of new chapters waiting to be started in my life. So yes I have fear. So I understand about the fear of making the turn at the cross roads. One of the turns is doing the videos for Seduction in the Kitchen. It is the who, what, how that I think I am more afraid of than me looking really fat in the videos. Still, it is a fear I got to just swallow and do it. On a plus side, if I do the videos the way I want to that is in my head right now, you guys will see more of my personality. which is one the things I said I want to bring to the table here on Seduction in the Kitchen.
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Beer bread is very easy to make. It easy and it is actually a quick bread because you’re not using yeast. The only yeast in it is from the beer, which helps it rise. The thing is I don’t drink beer, so I never have a beer in my refrigerator. However, I do like hard apple cider/ale, so yes you will find that in the refrigerator door. I was in a bread making mood, and I wanted to make beer bread, but with the hard apple ale. My thought was the apple ale would make the bread slightly sweet. I wanted to give something to the bread that would balance the apple and the sweetness. I know cheddar would be a good to use, but truthfully, I wanted different, so Swiss cheese came to my mind. So let the experiment begin and the end result, well let’s just say people who I let taste test it, there wasn’t even a crumb left, they loved this bread, especially with lots of sweet, creamy butter on it.
- 3 cups flour sifted
- 3 teaspoons baking powder
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 cup ⁄4 sugar
- 1 ounce bottle Redd's Hard Apple Ale 12
- 1 cup ⁄2 melted butter
- 1 1/2 cups shredded Swiss cheese
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Next, mix dry ingredients together.
- Then, slowly add the hard apple ale to the mixture. It will get foamy.
- Mix everything together.
- Shape the bread into a loaf on a parchment lined paper baking sheet or you can pour the mixture into a greased loaf pan.
- Pour melted butter over bread. and bake 1 hour.
- Remove from the bread from oven and pan if you use it, and cool for at least 15 minutes.
- Slice it up and ENJOY!