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milanbenes
22nd April 2010, 15:09
he he, this is too cool,

Weber BBQ Kettle Rotisserie (http://www.bbqworld.co.uk/bbqworld/products.asp?productname=KR)

Milan.

norrahe
22nd April 2010, 16:30
No, unless you are stupid enough to fork out £134 squids for that.

The chicken cooks perfectly fine (basted in oil and seasoned) placed straight on the griddle.

suityou01
22nd April 2010, 16:39
No, unless you are stupid enough to fork out £134 squids for that.

The chicken cooks perfectly fine (basted in oil and seasoned) placed straight on the griddle.

And that, as they say, is that.:laugh

milanbenes
22nd April 2010, 16:52
And that, as they say, is that.:laugh


guess that makes me stupid then :-)

Milan.

Fishface
22nd April 2010, 16:56
try this.

drink half a tin of Super-T

then stick the tin up the cavity - spread (chicken) legs like a tripod.

lid on.

proper red neck beer can chicken - awesome.

and save yourself £133

DiscoStu
22nd April 2010, 19:00
Want that one (http://www.bbqworld.co.uk/bbqworld/products.asp?productname=30260) !

norrahe
22nd April 2010, 19:05
Want that one (http://www.bbqworld.co.uk/bbqworld/products.asp?productname=30260) !

you must jave a very small penis :p

norrahe
22nd April 2010, 19:06
try this.

drink half a tin of Super-T

then stick the tin up the cavity - spread (chicken) legs like a tripod.

lid on.

proper red neck beer can chicken - awesome.

and save yourself £133

Doesn't quite work in the bbq.

The Wikir Man
22nd April 2010, 19:07
guess that makes me stupid then :-)

Milan.

That post from milan was so significant, I've created a new thread (http://forums.contractoruk.com/general/55319-momentous-occasion.html) just to pay homage.

Congratulations, milan!

norrahe
22nd April 2010, 19:09
guess that makes me stupid then :-)

Milan.

Oh dear you have fallen under the gadget spell of the weber bbq. :laugh

This is why I bought mine ( finishing chef school pressie) and not Mr Norr (pointless gadget frenzy and not much use cookery wise)

Resist the force and just keep it simple.