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06-19-2011, 06:12 AM
I been wanting to do this for quite awhile,So I ordered one from Walmart.
It's a MECO 1500 watt "Deluxe"electric table top model.
$127.33 delivered site to store.
I can run it outside and not heat up the place.
Them dang chickens are over $7 cooked!
What started this was I found a special at the grocers,:couch: whole chickens for .59 a pound.
So freezer is full and waiting.
My plan for the 4TH of July is in the works!
06-19-2011, 09:16 AM
give us a review of how you like it
quality..clean-ability, how well it does or does not cook.
06-19-2011, 04:35 PM
Here's a recipe to try.
07-06-2011, 07:58 PM
Well,My neighbors have been checking it out too because they smell the wonderful aromas.
I tried targetmans recipe a couple times and it sure was good with chicken thighs on just the regular grill part.Cleaning is as simple as spraying on oven cleaner and waiting 30 minutes with a hose or even in the shower if you need too.
Then at 5:30 PM I put a whole chicken on no seasoning,plugged it in, on for 2 hours and 10 minutes at 1.5 power with a 4.11 pounder.It is falling off the bone.towards the last 30 minutes I sprinkled seasoning salt(mortons) onto the glazed skin and Wow!I don't need the drippings can,I just tossed it.
07-07-2011, 08:29 AM
I have a real nice rotissery that came with my VT Castings BBQ grille. I haven't used it since I discovered beer can chicken cooking. :whistle:
08-17-2011, 06:39 AM
Rotissere is good for cooking of chicken. I think this price of the Rotissere is reasonable.
I am also thinking top have Rotissere for different recipe of the chicken that I can make at home.
09-27-2011, 08:37 PM
Why buy a Rotissere when you can do beer can chicken?
The hardest part is making sure the chicken gets some beer!
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