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Beeramisu: like tiramisu, but with beer

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Are you guys fans of Valentine’s day? I’m kind of neutral about the whole affair, but I’ve got to say: I absolutely LOVE all the cute red and pink heart-shaped treats that come out right about now. I can spend a good twenty minutes browsing the seasonal aisles at Target. I never buy anything, but everything makes me squee a little – sometimes even out loud, much to the dismay of eardrums near me.

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How do you guys celebrate? I know a lot of people shun the whole cheesy dinner date thing but Mike and I are actually going to do just that – bring on the cheese, burrata please! Valentine’s is on a Saturday this year so I’m sure that everyone thinks that it’s going to be a gong show, but Mike booked a table at our favorite Italian joint back when we were in Japan and craving good Italian food. I’ve got to say, I’m pretty excited – I haven’t eaten there in forever. They don’t have an overpriced set menu or themed dishes going on so I know we’re in good hands.

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We’re going to skip out on dessert and head home early though because I made a bunch of these mini beeramisus (like tiramisu, but with beer) and we’re both a little addicted. Me, because I have a thing for mascarpone,

him because they’re made with his beer. Beeramisu sounds like it wouldn’t be good, but I was pleasantly surprised. Beer and chocolate go well together! These little cups are balanced jars of deliciousness: malty, creamy, and sweet with a touch of bitterness from the beer.

If you’re looking for a quick and easy Valentine’s day dessert, look no further. These guys come together very quickly – it’s best if you make them the day before – leaving you plenty of time to spend with your boo.

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My name is Randy Patterson, and I’m currently looking for a job in youth services. I have 10 years of experience working with youth agencies. I have a bachelor’s degree in outdoor education. I raise money, train leaders, and organize units. I have raised over $100,000 each of the last six years. I consider myself a good public speaker, and I have a good sense of humor.

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