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    oh yes, this was a good buy,

    Weber BBQ Kettle Rotisserie

    used it Saturday and Sunday, results were fantastic

    now got to work me way through this one...

    Weber's Way to Grill: The Step-By-Step Guide to Expert Grilling Sunset Books: Amazon.co.uk: Jamie Purviance, Weber Grills: Books

    I recommend it to all including Norah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    oh yes, this was a good buy,

    Weber BBQ Kettle Rotisserie

    used it Saturday and Sunday, results were fantastic

    now got to work me way through this one...

    Weber's Way to Grill: The Step-By-Step Guide to Expert Grilling Sunset Books: Amazon.co.uk: Jamie Purviance, Weber Grills: Books

    I recommend it to all including Norah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    oh yes, this was a good buy,

    Weber BBQ Kettle Rotisserie

    used it Saturday and Sunday, results were fantastic

    now got to work me way through this one...

    Weber's Way to Grill: The Step-By-Step Guide to Expert Grilling Sunset Books: Amazon.co.uk: Jamie Purviance, Weber Grills: Books

    I recommend it to all including Norah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    oh yes, this was a good buy,

    Weber BBQ Kettle Rotisserie

    used it Saturday and Sunday, results were fantastic

    now got to work me way through this one...

    Weber's Way to Grill: The Step-By-Step Guide to Expert Grilling Sunset Books: Amazon.co.uk: Jamie Purviance, Weber Grills: Books

    I recommend it to all including Norah.

    Milan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy View Post
    For £130 you could emply someone for 24hrs worth of BBQ time not only to turn the chicken but also to serve it up.

    Paddy, using the same logic, are you suggesting the kitchen should not have miele applicances, granite worktops, and solid oak furniture and instead the same money should be spent on employing the kitchen team from a restaurant ?

    compared to the kitchen appliances, the Weber Rotisserie is a bargain

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    Paddy, using the same logic, are you suggesting the kitchen should not have miele applicances, granite worktops, and solid oak furniture .
    You're one of these sad materialist fookers whose kitchen is for show and who can't make toast, aren't you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    You're one of these sad materialist fookers whose kitchen is for show and who can't make toast, aren't you?
    afternoon Sas,

    which end of the bi-polar are you today ?

    to attempt to answer your question and without getting down to the discussion of culinary expertise, in our house at least, the kitchen is probably the room in the house where we spend the most time, in which case, why not to have the room well equipped and comfortable and resulting that spending time there becomes a pleasure rather than a chore ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    oh yes, this was a good buy,

    Weber BBQ Kettle Rotisserie

    used it Saturday and Sunday, results were fantastic

    now got to work me way through this one...

    Weber's Way to Grill: The Step-By-Step Guide to Expert Grilling Sunset Books: Amazon.co.uk: Jamie Purviance, Weber Grills: Books



    I recommend it to all including Norah.

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    Hmm, thanks but no, I'll continue sticking it on the griddle as usual. Cooks just fine that way. (and doesn't cost £130 )
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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    afternoon Sas,

    which end of the bi-polar are you today ?

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    Sas,

    I didn't mean it, I was only joking,

    we all know,

    you're the,

    tallest

    biggest

    have the most ££

    have the biggest car

    live in the biggest house

    etc

    apologies

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