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Raise your hand if you rotisserie meats

post #1 of 16
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Please chime in if you rotisserie meats and veggies.  What cooker do you use and what do you like to spin?    Pics are welcomed!

post #2 of 16

Yard birds for me on a Dynasty smoker/grill.

 

T

post #3 of 16

I like to cook a small turkey usually 10-12lbs on the grill rotisserie. Much better than oven roasted IMHO.

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What rotisserie does everyone use? Weber?
It's something I would like to try with a UDS.
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What rotisserie does everyone use? Weber?
It's something I would like to try with a UDS.

That's what I do....except I added a bunch more capability.    

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Spinning stuff? icon14.gif
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Spinning stuff? icon14.gif

I like my food dizzy. lol

post #8 of 16

Used to do yard birds on my Kenmore gasser all the time.  Did a few beef roasts too.  Haven't touched it since I started smoking meat a couple years ago. 

post #9 of 16

Got a 20+ year old Ronco Compact Electric Rotisserie. It only sees Chickens!  The ORIGINAL, " Set it and Forget it! "

Eight pound Oven Stuffer, 1 1/2 hours of heat and 30 minutes, no heat, spinning Rest...Perfection!...JJ:biggrin: 

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Got a 20+ year old Ronco Compact Electric Rotisserie. It only sees Chickens!  The ORIGINAL, " Set it and Forget it! "

Eight pound Oven Stuffer, 1 1/2 hours of heat and 30 minutes, no heat, spinning Rest...Perfection!...JJ:biggrin: 

Ah Ronco   ....LOL, I remember the commercials well!

post #11 of 16
Battery operated rotisserie that I can use in all of my smokers, or over any open pit. Works great.
post #12 of 16
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Bump for if you spin...and what you like to cook and use to do it.   This weekend I spun 2 birds, 2 racks of BB ribs and 3 chicken breasts... love it!

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Last time it was duck. I spin food on my gasser just because it has a dedicated rotisserie burner.

post #14 of 16
Spun a ball of yarn for the wife the other day, does that count???

We did a pork loin and two Cornish game hens recently in the minitisserie. Good stuff!
post #15 of 16
Cook whole pigs in a Propane Cooker



40 Chickens in the same oven



Spatchcock Chickens done over Charcoal

post #16 of 16

Chicken, turkey, and leg 'o lab all go on the spinner.  I've also been known to spin a roast - Al Capone roast even.  

I use a weber spinner on my weber kettle

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