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To the Ladies ...
     We sincerely hope that you will be tempted to try these truly delicious recipes which  include pure, wholesome Muehlebach Pilsner beer as an ingredient.  Here are several of the tastiest our forefathers knew, brought up to date with Muehlebach Pilsener beer.
Recipes for the Ladies:  Cooking with Beer


1  bottle (12 ozs) beer Cloves
1 (8-lb)  ham 1 tablespoon dry mustard
1/2 cup brown sugar, firmly packed 2 tablespoons vinegar
     Cover ham with cold water.  Bring slowly to boiling point.  Simmer for three hours.  Remove from water.  Skin.  Score fat in diamond shapes, and stud with cloves.  Make a paste of sugar, mustard and vinegar.  Pour over ham.  Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) 1 1/2  hours, basting frequently with beer.  Approximate yield:  24 portions.


1 cup cold Muehlebach Pilsener 2 tablespoons butter
1 pound American cheese, grated 3 egg yolks, slightly beaten
6  slices toast
     Place cheese and butter in upper part of double boiler.  Heat over hot water slowly or until partially melted.  Add half the beer.  Stir until smooth.  Add remaining beer to egg yolks.  Add to cheese.  Continue to cook slowly over  hot water, stirring constantly until thick and smooth.  Serve on toast.  Approximate yield:  6 portions.
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