Pork Shoulder Rotisserie

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beerich

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Well, bought a pork shoulder. Put it on the rotisserie on my Napoleon. Next time I'll take the bone out and truss it up tight so that it's even. Basted it with some Diana's Honey Garlic BBQ Sauce, every 15 minutes for the last hour. It turned out pretty good, for a cheap piece of meat.

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beerich

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Ya needs a bit of improvement, but it's a great start. That means I need more shoulders. Heh.
 

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Was just looking at a couple Napoleon grills. Looks like yours does well!!

Strong work!
 
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beerich

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Mine is 14 years old. Heh. I hooked it up to the house gas. Both this unit and my WSM are the best investments I've ever made.
 

beerich

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Was just looking at a couple Napoleon grills. Looks like yours does well!!

Strong work!
Make sure that you have access to the proper Barrie ON units, not the big box stores' version. The latter is thinner stainless. Mine sits out for the full year, uncovered, in Canadian weather. -25°C to 40°C.
 

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