I really shouldn't watch tv when cooking

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dirtsailor2003

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Man Fire Food! Looks like more projects for the welder...

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Rib roast shwenker box! The roasts they used had the short ribs still attached, looked so good!





Then there was the fish tower of  power! I could see hanging whole hogs, goats, etc around this too!


 
A dome added on the top of that schwenker box may radiate heat back to the meat, but to be honest, I think I'm missing something here, Don't see a need for a box (cage).
 
 
A dome added on the top of that schwenker box may radiate heat back to the meat, but to be honest, I think I'm missing something here, Don't see a need for a box (cage).
In the show they rotate the box. There are eyes on each side that you can hook to. So you can cook all sides of the meat evenly.
 
Looks like a 21st century primitive cook. I like it. 

chris
 
 
In the show they rotate the box. There are eyes on each side that you can hook to. So you can cook all sides of the meat evenly.
Rotisserie but only different? Definitely a conversation piece!  What would the advantages be in having something like this?

Maybe you're the only one in the neighborhood who has one?
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Case, Thanks for the links. I've never seen/heard of one before. Now I'll just have to contact my German cousins to help me pronounce the words. Sure beats wrapping your food up in foil and tossing it in the fire while chugging Boons farm. Like my friends and I did in the our teen years. 
 
That's right Boons farm, when your 16 and in high school ya do what ya gotta do. Five or six of us camping and fishing up on lake Dunmore best memories...

chris
 
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