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Belgian Dip

Adorable! Belgium is simply adorable! There are swans in the canals, the buildings are all about 700 years old and the train stations smell like waffles! 697 more words


Beer of the Week - Orval

The beer: Orval.

Where did it come from?: I got it from Figtree Cellars, the only place in Wollongong that stocks it. But they originally come from Belgium. 140 more words

Beer Of The Week

Things to do with (or without) a baby in Belgium: Sample the world's best beer - West Vleteren

According to my calendar it is March. Yes! And with our adopted adult family member, Uncle Johan, in tow, we made like adventurers and headed (finally!) to the beer holy grail, West Vleteren. 332 more words


It's YouTubesday!

Here’s a look at Chimay, the most-well known Trappist brewery.


Day 32: The Return aka Trappistes Rochefort 10

I quite literally feel risen from the dead.

Some people do well when they’re sick. I am not one of them. I work with a guy who had a crazy cough and felt like crap and just kept working for 2 months before he was finally diagnosed with pneumonia. 417 more words


Indulgent Christmas BBQ Ribs with Belgian beer marinade

Christmas is all about indulgent dishes, isn’t it? That’s why I’ve decided¬†this was the right week to try my rich oven-baked ribs recipe – I have been looking forward to the moment since falling in love with the menu of a restaurant called “Ribs & Beer”, which we tried to get a table at (and failed miserably) during a weekend break in Bruges, Belgium’s prettiest town. 395 more words

Marinade Recipes

@2beerguys 31 Beers of December: Spencer Trappist Ale

I’m happy to once again be participating in 2beerguys “31 Beers of December” guest blog-stravaganza. My selection:¬†Spencer Trappist Ale.

Maybe I’ll repost my contribution here in a better format, but it’s early on Sunday, so just click the image below to read my original post in its entirety. 7 more words