Stoneware | Beer Can | Redneck | Beer Can Chicken | Cooker
This stoneware chicken cooker puts a little class in the art of beer can chicken. In fact you can cook chicken with more than just a can of beer.
If you haven't tasted chicken cooked with this method you may have just missed some of the juiciest and tasty chicken you will ever have.
Stoneware Chicken Cooker comes in a variety of hand painted colors or simple traditional old fashioned blue stripe.
For an additional $12 you can have the stoneware cooker personalized making it a great gift.
The center is a bowl in itself, so you can pour not only beer, but wines, Mt Dew, apple juice or any other blends that you can come up with.
The center bowl is also perfect to hold hot or cold dips to use as a chip or vegetable tray.
The cooker can also be used as a cake pan, or used to even bake such things as meatloaf. When purchasing you will fine other recipes posted with it.
For just cooking chicken; season the inside of the chicken and then place over the center bowl.
Plug the neck end with a ball of tin foil and bake in the oven or on the grill for about 2 hours or until done.
USA stoneware pottery is lead and toxin free. The glazed surface also provides non stick features for easier cleanup
Stoneware is also oven, dishwasher and microwave safe.
The chicken cooker can be used on the grill, but may take a bit longer to cook and may need to soak before cleaning if used with wood smoke chips.
With all stoneware it should be heated slowly and cooled slowly to prevent cracking.
You can purchase the Stoneware Chicken Cooker online at Cottage Craft Works .com
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