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Topic: rotisserie drums (3 msgs / 53 lines)
1) From: kevin creason
I'm liking the idea of the drums-- I'm just not sure about RK's drum for my
BBQ grill since it always has some mesquite chips & soot in it for the
meats. Mesquite coffee doesn't appeal to me. I could do a second grill, but
not sure if the wife will buy off on that at this time.
What about the Geo Foreman or Ronco rotisserie drums? Has anyone tried one
of those, can they offer a review? I'd have to buy one of the rotisseries as
well, but a bit easier to put away than a second grill.

2) From: Homeroaster
If you can turn on your grill and not smell or see smoke from grill residue,
then you're probably OK using it for dual purpose - food/coffee.
When I had one grill for both, I just made sure I kept it pretty clean of
food residue, and burned it full bore for about 15 minutes after each time I
cooked on it, or before roasting.  I never noticed any food smells or smoke
taints on my beans. YMMV
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3) From: RK
I have several customers that use their grill for both cooking and roasting 
and swear that their is no transfer of flavors in either direction. I 
personally prefer a dedicated grill for roasting. The main reason is that is 
always set up and read to go. I have never used it for cooking, so I can not 
say personally that transfers flavors back and forth as I have not tried it.
RK


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