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Honey Mustard Pale Ale Sauce

Recipes with your CSA share ingredients, and to flavor your cooking and dining enjoyment, and wine and beer to enhance your menu.

Honey Mustard Pale Ale Sauce
Adapted from BeerAdvocate Magazine: Cuisine a la Biere, July 2010

This recipe is an easy, flavorful and versatile sauce to use on greens from your CSA share (with a thick piece of rare tuna on top is my favorite), and also works great as a base for potato salad with a little lemon juice, chopped onions and some garlic.


·   1/3 cup of your favorite coarse mustard
·   1/4 cup hoppy pale ale or balanced IPA (Oskar Blues Dales Pale Ale or Firestone Walker’s Union Jack are good options)
·   2 tbsp local honey
·   1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
·   1 tsp coarse salt
·   1/2 tsp cracked or coarsely ground black peppercorns

Prep: Whisk ingredients together, put it in a canning jar. Keep it in the fridge for up to 4 weeks. Makes 3/4
 cup, scale up as needed.

Beer Pairing: It’ll depend on what you put this sauce on, but honey can do some nice things with a lighter, hoppy beer, playing off the fruitier, floral flavors, some of our top picks: Wash Ashore’s Maya Mae IPA and Lord Hobo’s Glorious Pale Ale.  

Recipes and pairings selected for Medway Community Farm CSA Members by Ken Onofrey, owner of Crafted.  

Crafted is a craft beer and wine shop located in Holliston, Massachusetts.  We feature over six hundred craft and imported beers and a selection of unique wines. We've got new products arriving daily and events happening every weekend! 
Come visit us at: 400 Washington Street Holliston, MA  01746   www.crafted-ma.com  

And get your tickets now for the Farm to Fork Dinner, September 9, catered by Sweet Pea's, with wine and beer supplied by Crafted.

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