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Topic: Rotisserie roaster?? (2 msgs / 45 lines)
1) From: David
Hi,
I am a new member of the group, just got back into
roasting, use a Poppery II and a used Hearthware
precision.  I was at the store today and saw a
Rotisserie grill for sale, Chef Tony My rotisserie or
something like that.  I have seen the bbq drums and
the ones for a Foreman or Showtime one.  Was wondering
if these work and how does one deal with the chaff? 
The rotisserie was on clearance for like $25 and comes
with a drum basket.  Any info would be appreciated.
Thanks,
David
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2) From: Brett Mason
Hi David,
I use a solid drum in my BBQ - the chaff just comes with it, and I don't
worry about it...  In the future I will build a new cooling table with a fan
underneath, to blow the chaff away, through a steel mesh...
The rotisseries typically do not generate enough heat to roast efficiently.
The longer roasts can result in baked beans that taste foul....  Others can
chime in with their experience, but maybe that will get you started....
Happy roasting, better consuming!
Brett
On 9/6/07, David  wrote:
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