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Char-Grilled Peaches and Honey Glazed Grilled Chicken »

Steve Morkin - Chef/ Owner of Rimside Grill & Cabins

This recipe has char-grilled fresh peaches pureed with peach honey, lemon juice, fresh cracked pepper and thyme.  Chicken breasts are cooked on the grill and finished with the char-grilled peach and honey glaze.  Top the chicken with chunks of more char-grilled peach and a fresh sprig of thyme.  The combined flavors of the dish will blend perfectly with the citrus/pine and floral aroma of Voodoo Ranger IPA.  As you take a bite of the dish followed by a breath of the Voodoo Ranger IPA and healthy swallow of the beer, you will notice how nicely the char-grilled flavor of the peaches along with the earthy taste of the thyme really bring forward the citrus/pine and floral characteristics of the hops, while the subtle hint of honey combined with the grilled chicken bring out the malt flavors of the Voodoo Ranger IPA, producing an overall great mouth feel with the well blended malts and hops of this American India Pale Ale.

IPA Food Pairings »

IPA Beer Pairings

Known for loads of hop flavors and aromas, IPAs have a dry, bitter attribute that’s perfect for cutting bold, spicy foods. Indian food is a given (not to mention historical), but also pair IPAs with Thai, Vietnamese, Cajun and Mexican fare. Great with spicy marinara or pesto pasta dishes.

Sample Menu:

  • Fresh Chèvre & Spicy Chorizo
  • Arugula Salad with spiced pepitas & honeyed almonds
  • Butternut Squash Crab Bisque
  • Pineapple Curry
  • Lemon Poached Salmon
  • Ginger-spiced Carrot Cake with cream cheese icing

Grassy Goat Bleu Cheese »

Suzanne Wolcott, Cheese Consultant, Chicago, Illinois

Mellow and grassy blue cheeses and fresh (local) goat cheeses that are citrusy and grassy pair well with IPAs. Blue cheese is the classic pairing because of its saltiness but Voodoo Ranger IPA is quite fruity and bright so I think that to do a blue would require a mellower and grassy blue.  (No salt bombs like Roquefort or really anything French)