Father’s Day

Shabbat Menu- Cooking with Beer (for Father’s Day)

Kosher.com Staff June 13, 2021

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In honor of Father’s Day, our devoted editorial assistant, Rachel Edelman, had a great idea. She wanted to create a collection of recipes that feature beer as an ingredient. That feels appropriate! 


A mildly humorous thing you may notice is that in the Shabbat recipes we’ve included below there are no desserts! That’s not to say men don’t like desserts, but if we did a poll, I’d venture to say savory would win over sweet as a favorite flavor profile. 


So make him something he’ll love; check out our great grilling article for Father’s day or make one of the recipes below. If you’re looking for sweet-tooth treats search for chocolate desserts on Kosher.com where the sky is the limit!


Happy cooking!



Chicken with Beer


Crockpot Brown Sugar Beer Chicken by Miriam (Pascal) Cohen


What’s better than a crockpot recipe that’s ready and waiting for you when suppertime arrives? One that takes less than 10 minutes to prepare, and requires no cleanup or special ingredients!


Chunky Chicken Taco Soup by Renee Muller

It’s almost unfair to call this dish a “soup”; it’s so much more than that. It’s a meal in a bowl that awakens your taste buds to a whole new experience of fun. Flavorful yet light, spicy but just right. Try it and be amazed.


Beer-Can Chicken with Lemon Baste by Rivky Kleiman

For a very different technique in chicken preparation that will yield the most succulent chicken you’ve ever tasted, try this beer-can chicken. The chicken is so moist it almost seems to melt off the bone.


Chicken with Beer and Tomatoes by Susie Fishbein

A delicious and easy chicken dish. 


Beef with Beer


Barbecue Brisket by Rivky Kleiman


Moist, succulent, and bursting with flavor. This is more than just your Bubby’s brisket.


Lazy Man’s Cholent by Leah Schapira

Can it be that you don’t even peel the potatoes and all you do is dump them in the crockpot? A group of teenage boys gave this cholent rave reviews. It’s really easy and great for a crowd.


Beer-Bathed London Broil by Elizabeth Kurtz

The beer tenderizes this London Broil and adds some great flavor. The meat slices well and is super soft. It can be served both warm and at room temperature.


Braised Short Rib Pie with Cipollini Onions by Gabe Garcia

This recipe uses beef instead of chicken. It’s both classier and manlier than the classic: a hot, delicious present that you just want to rip open and dig into.