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Cameron Beer Roaster


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Our friends at KitchenClique.com are giving one lucky winner the chance to win a Cameron Beer Roaster. In order to qualify for a chance to win please tell us in the comments below which other kosher dishes you make using beer. Bonus entry if you link to a relevant Joy of Kosher recipe in your comment. Entrants must be US Residents over the age of 18. Contest closes August 17th 2011 at 9 am EST. Winner will be chosen by online randomizer from qualifying entries.


More about the Cameron Beer Roaster:

$16.99 at KitchenClique.com (or $24.99 for the Deluxe Model, shown)
Pour your favorite beer of marinade in the center, add a full size chicken and pop in the oven or on the barbecue. The vertical roaster allows reduced fat while retaining moisture.

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HaDassah Sabo Milner is a Welsh Jew who lives in Monsey NY. She is a writer and a blogger and a lifelong foodie. She's married with four sons who provide her with much fodder for her writing projects. HaDassah is also a social media rockstar who can update multiple platforms simultaneously whilst cooking Shabbat dinner for 70. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter Twittr , and read her blog In The Pink .




96 Responses to Cameron Beer Roaster

  1. We love Beer Battered Fish & Chips – http://joyof.kosher.com/recipe/beer-battered-fish-and-chips/

    I have used beer in other batters as well. My husband loves stout and my son-in-law loves Baileys Irish Cream. For the next holiday we get together I want to try making a chocolate cake using Guinness beer from Nigella and a Irish Buttercream from misobakes blog using Bailey’s. I thought it would please everyone.

  2. I make beer-battered chicken, using this recipe:


    and serve it with FREEZING COLD corona!

  3. I make a great beer cholent which I did send in a few months ago. My recipe for that can be found at http://www.kashrut.com/recipes/beer_cholent/


  4. avatar says: mink

    I use dark beer when cooking brisket. Also for every beef gravy – just like the taste, I guess. I don’t fry much but (since I searched) I think I’ll try Easy Beer Batter – http://joyof.kosher.com/recipe/easy-beer-batter/ – on onion rings.

  5. avatar says: Aviva

    It goes well in chulent!

  6. avatar says: Joanna

    we use beer in chicken-but we stand the chicken on the can of beer so it evaporates into the chicken

  7. avatar says: Mar'ah

    Blackjack Brisket is really good…of course you can use whatever cut you like!


  8. avatar says: Dodi

    I don’t use beer much. Years ago I used to make a bread with beer in it; we used it to make hot dog buns, and it was really good with lots of mustard. The yeasty flavor of the beer layers with the yeastiness of the bread. Here’s a recipe from the food network for a “quick” beer bread–I’m not sure it would work for hot dogs, though (even without the butter;)) http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/calling-all-cooks/beer-bread-recipe/index.html

  9. avatar says: Dina Mark

    I LOVE beer battered fish… but especially Cod! This particular recipe from JoyofKosher (KosherTodd) is off the HOOK!


  10. avatar says: Bracha

    Beer cheese soup.

  11. I love cooking with beer. I make bread and use beer as the liquid ingredient!

  12. avatar says: alycep

    I add beer to my beef stew and I make a cheese beer bread that is yummy!

  13. beer battered fish

  14. avatar says: jim lynam

    “BEER BATTERED FISH” is the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  15. avatar says: Terri L

    Beer battered fish

  16. Beer bread. It smells like fresh yeast when baking.

  17. avatar says: Blima

    My hubby is a huge beer lover the imported dark beers are the best in about everytying

  18. avatar says: Blima

    oh chulent is the best with it

  19. avatar says: SarahG

    This is a great recipe for battered fish. Also, sometimes beer is good in cholent

  20. This looks great and looks like it would work great for the hoildays. Hope to win :0

  21. avatar says: Miriam

    We add beer to our cholent!

  22. avatar says: Paula C

    Add a little beer to cheese fondue!

  23. avatar says: Susan P.

    I use beer sometimes instead of liquids. This batter can be used with other fish. http://joyof.kosher.com/recipe/beer-battered-cod-with-panko/

  24. beer-battered chicken

  25. Beer battered mushrooms.

  26. avatar says: joni

    Beer batter bread.

  27. I would make beer-battered fish!

  28. avatar says: Clark

    I have made beer bread and beer battered fish, but I can’t think of anything else I have ever made with beer.

  29. avatar says: Jennfier

    Beer cheese soup

  30. I’ve heard that these really cook a nice juicy chicken!

  31. avatar says: Chrik

    beer-battered onion rings-yum!

  32. avatar says: Marie

    I’ve never used beer – ever. But, interested in learning some recipes with it.

  33. id make the beer-battered-cod-with-panko http://joyof.kosher.com/recipe/beer-battered-cod-with-panko/


  34. avatar says: James

    Beer battered okra!

  35. I use dark beer in vegetarian chili

  36. I have loved Beer Batter Fish & chips since I was a little girl!

  37. avatar says: R

    Uh — chulent, of course!

  38. avatar says: Esther

    Sometimes we throw beer into the chulent.

  39. avatar says: Etka

    My husband’s contribution: marinated beer steaks.

    For my part, I have my eye on a beer-bread recipe that sounds moist and yeasty. Yum.

    I’m sure there must be a beer pancake recipe somewhere. I’d love to try something like that…

  40. oroz con pollo (spanish for rice a chicken) uses a whole beer and its awesome!

  41. avatar says: Rochel S

    I have a really good recipe for Beer soaked onion rings!!

  42. avatar says: ID

    beer battered onion rings or beer battered tilapia. YUM!

  43. avatar says: anne hill

    i haven’t yet cooked anything with beer but it sounds like an interesting idea. would love to try some different marinades out using this cooker.

  44. my family would love this!

  45. Beer in my cholent. Just adds that zip!

  46. This shabbat I am making Beer Braised Onion Burgers. BUT . . . next week I would sure like to make a chicken with a new Cameron Beer Roaster : )

    1 large onion
    3/4 cup beer
    2 tsp spicy brown mustard
    (4 ) 1/3 hamburger patties
    4 Sourdough hamburger buns
    tomato slices

    Stir together onions, beer and mustard on a piece of heavy duty folil; fold up sides slightly. Grill over medium heat for 10 minutes

    Stir inions and increase heat to medium-high Place burgers on grill and cook for 5 minutes on each side

    Place beef on toasted buns and top with cooked onions along with lettuce and tomato

  47. Every Yom Tov I make beer chicken that is to DIE for! It’s always a hit with company and the chicken is so tender that it literally melts in your mouth. I would love to win one of these rosters!

  48. avatar says: kimsu

    Beer Battered Onion Rings

  49. beer battered sweet and sour chicken. very good! good luck to all!

  50. http://joyof.kosher.com/recipe/beer-bread/

    makes for a great sandwich with any leftover chicken.

  51. avatar says: debbypet

    Beer can chicken is wonderful! Moist as it falls off the bone.Should taste even better with this

  52. Freakin LOVE THIS

  53. Beer can chicken and beer bread YUMMMMM

  54. avatar says: caseyb

    beer can chicken or marinated steaks

  55. avatar says: Theresa D

    I like to make a beer batter for fish.

  56. avatar says: Theresa D

    The Beer Battered Fish and Chips recipe sounds great.

  57. avatar says: Jammie

    I love to make kosher beer batter pickles. I would love to try to make the http://joyof.kosher.com/recipe/chicken-tacos/ I know it doesn’t have beer in it, but I tell ya I can wash it down with a beer.

  58. avatar says: Ericka

    Beer-Battered Fish and Chips
    ericka082 AT gmail DOT com

  59. i have a recipe for fish, that I’ve been wanting to try-thank you

  60. avatar says: Robin

    Roasted Salmon marinated in beer

  61. Love beer chicken

  62. avatar says: tomato

    We make beer can chicken with lime. Yum!

  63. I like using beer to marinate beef bits for Kabobs!
    It breaks down the fat in the meat.

  64. beer makes everything cook more tender and flavorful. i would love a roaster like this.

  65. avatar says: Aimee

    Beer bread is always good!

  66. avatar says: Storm

    The only other dish I’ve tried was Beer Bread.

  67. avatar says: Molly K

    We make a beer breading for fish that is kosher and we love it!!

  68. avatar says: amanda

    beer brats!!!

  69. Beer can chicken! this looks like it would do a great job!

  70. I have never made beer battered onion rings(would give it a try with this but I have eaten them and they are sooo good.

  71. avatar says: monte

    beer battered hot wing recipe that rocks

  72. beer can be used for everything…chili,soups,ect..

  73. avatar says: cassandra

    I would make beer can chicken!

  74. I make beer bread and marinate bratwurst in beer.

  75. avatar says: Heidi

    This looks like a wonderful kitchen tool to help flavor meats!

  76. avatar says: brian e.

    Thanks for the giveaway…we make a Guinness Beef Stew !

    senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

  77. i haven’t ever made a kosher dish with beer, but i can’t wait to try the cameron beer roaster
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

  78. avatar says: Donna K

    I haven’t tried any other recipes with beer.