~By Molly in the Gallery With a change of season comes a change in palate; time to swap out those hearty stews and warm casseroles for something lighter and brighter! In our house, this means tacos. Or in this case, beer can chicken tacos! Our go-to is
For Christmas, my husband gave me a copy of Jenn Louis' Chicken Soup Manifesto. It's a great read, dividing up classic chicken soups from across the globe. I love a good pot of soup. And while I didn't follow any of the recipes exactly, I was inspired to
Beer Can Oven Chicken in a handmade clay baker and Bang Bang Brussel Sprouts and Carrots in a handmade Flameware Large Skillet. Chicken: Add liquid of choice to your Clay Coyote Chicken Baker, set oven temp for 350F, drizzle with a little EVOO and
Christmas is coming! Do you know what to get your friends and family this holiday season? Consider the Clay Coyote your one-stop shop for all your Christmas gifts this year! We’ve got pieces for everyone in your family that they will enjoy day after
Have you ever made “beer can” chicken in our chicken bakers and wondered what you could make with the leftovers? Well, we have an answer for you. This article will provide you with a few recipes on what you can cook with your leftover chicken that are
Watch this 1-minute "how to" with Levi Yankowsky's chicken baker. Fill the center with broth, beer, water and herbs, or any liquid you like ... this baker ensures juicy, tender chicken every time. Serve up your side dishes in one of Katie Teesdale's Lil'
It can no longer be called "Beer Can Chicken." Paula's roasting rub elevates this simple dish to gourmet status. 1 Roasting Chicken 3-1/2 to 5 lbs 3 Garlic Cloves 1 TBSP Juniper Berries 2 tsp coarse Salt 1 tsp dried Oregano ½ tsp Black
This summer I had the opportunity to take a tour of the Brau Brothers Brewery in Lucan, Minnesota. While sampling their collection of crafted beers, an inspiration for a Christmas gift came to mind. Why not pair a 6 pack of a locally crafted beer with a