Beer battered…..

January 22, 2010 at 4:34 pm Leave a comment

Yesterday on Simon Mayo’s new drive time show resident food expert Nigel Barden came on to explain how to make his favourite recipe for beer battered cod and chips. Of course Nigel had many important foot notes on how to achieve the finest tasting cod and chips, but none more important than using Badger’s Golden Champion ale for the batter!  Click here to listen to the recipe, Badger is mentioned on 1 hr 18 min!

For more about this week click here……

After the success of Honey Granola, Dorset Cereals’ New Recipes team has been hard at work testing all manner of delicious combinations and they struck gold (well technically orange!) with a zesty new flavour – Marmalade Granola.  Katie is organising samples of the tasty new recipe, baked with a generous dollop of real marmalade, to be sent out to journalists – unsurprisingly she has had quite a few requests!

We have been working with Hall & Woodhouse to help launch the new Badger Sett Ale Club, a social media site that includes blogs from Toby the Head Brewer, forums where members can discuss anything from their favourite ales to how many beer mats they can flip in one hand, and polls where they can vote on all manner of things (loosely beer related of course!). There is also a ‘Badgered’ photos section where members have already started uploading their own Badger beer photos (see above!) and there have been many more interesting contributions! Take a look here.

James.

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