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Re: New-to-me rotisserie!

Postby TexMike » Thu Jul 13, 2017 3:19 pm

I use fryer chickens in mine. My chickens are always juicy and moist. I suspect that your cooking a little too long. At the end, I stop and check the chicken temp with my BBQ thermometer. It works for me. Your mileage may vary.
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Re: New-to-me rotisserie!

Postby Txdragon » Thu Jul 13, 2017 9:36 pm

TexMike wrote:I use fryer chickens in mine. My chickens are always juicy and moist. I suspect that your cooking a little too long. At the end, I stop and check the chicken temp with my BBQ thermometer. It works for me. Your mileage may vary.

It was the chicken I used. It was one of the giant roasting hens. I've since used regular fryers and they've turned out wonderfully. Spun some beef and a leg of lamb with success as well!
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Re: New-to-me rotisserie!

Postby Russ » Thu Jul 13, 2017 10:16 pm

Txdragon wrote:
TexMike wrote:I use fryer chickens in mine. My chickens are always juicy and moist. I suspect that your cooking a little too long. At the end, I stop and check the chicken temp with my BBQ thermometer. It works for me. Your mileage may vary.

It was the chicken I used. It was one of the giant roasting hens. I've since used regular fryers and they've turned out wonderfully. Spun some beef and a leg of lamb with success as well!


How did the lamb come out? We love lamb here.

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Re: New-to-me rotisserie!

Postby Txdragon » Fri Jul 14, 2017 6:47 am

Russ wrote:How did the lamb come out? We love lamb here.

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Came out fantastic! I am a lamb lover myself and would love the opportunity to enjoy some New Zealand lamb!!
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Re: New-to-me rotisserie!

Postby Russ » Fri Jul 14, 2017 5:55 pm

Txdragon wrote:
Russ wrote:How did the lamb come out? We love lamb here.

Russ

Came out fantastic! I am a lamb lover myself and would love the opportunity to enjoy some New Zealand lamb!!



Ours is pretty good, but in saying that I saw on rick steins cooking programme he did lamb raised on the salt marshes in Wales eating samphire. He said it gave the meat a real nice taste.

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Re: New-to-me rotisserie!

Postby Txdragon » Fri Jul 14, 2017 6:32 pm

Russ wrote:
Txdragon wrote:
Russ wrote:How did the lamb come out? We love lamb here.

Russ

Came out fantastic! I am a lamb lover myself and would love the opportunity to enjoy some New Zealand lamb!!



Ours is pretty good, but in saying that I saw on rick steins cooking programme he did lamb raised on the salt marshes in Wales eating samphire. He said it gave the meat a real nice taste.

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Oh, I bet. Kinda how Iberico pigs get their taste; the goodness from the forests they roam!
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Re: New-to-me rotisserie!

Postby Russ » Fri Jul 14, 2017 11:26 pm

Txdragon wrote:
Russ wrote:
Txdragon wrote:
Russ wrote:How did the lamb come out? We love lamb here.

Russ

Came out fantastic! I am a lamb lover myself and would love the opportunity to enjoy some New Zealand lamb!!



Ours is pretty good, but in saying that I saw on rick steins cooking programme he did lamb raised on the salt marshes in Wales eating samphire. He said it gave the meat a real nice taste.

Russ

Oh, I bet. Kinda how Iberico pigs get their taste; the goodness from the forests they roam!


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