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    Buy Ronco Rotisserie Reviews

    Buy Ronco Rotisserie Reviews

    by dumdum4gum (7/19/09) 478 views

    I just Bought one of these Ronco Rotisserie and it works great. I just set it and forget it and cleans up nicely hope you guys like it i bought it from here http://www.hopurl.com/65887

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    Ronco Rotisserie

    Ronco Rotisserie

    by dumdum4gum (7/19/09) 919 views

    Ronco ST3001SSGEN Showtime Stainless Steel Rotisserie Non-stick basket for steaks, fish, vegetables and chicken pieces Rotisserie food ties Can cook a 10 lb. turkey or chicken Actual size of unit: 17"W x 11.5"H x 12"D Instructional DVD Loading and carving base BBQ gloves For those of you not familiar with rotisserie cooking, it's where you roast meats (turkey, chicken, lamb, beef, pork) on a spit that rotates over a flame or heat source. The rotisserie cooks the meat so evenly that the results are tender and moist. The original rotisseries were hand cranked but the modern ones are run by electric motors that do it automatically for you. A horizontal rotisserie is the most common type available today with many being sold on TV through infomercials. The George Foreman and Ronco Showtime rotisseries are very popular and priced at about $100. Those rotisseries are for indoor cooking while old fashioned barbeques are great for this style of cooking as well. If you own a Weber BBQ you can buy a barbeque rotisserie that will allow you to slow roast your meat over the grill. Some of the other top brands include Hamilton Beach, DeLonghi, Salton, and Chef Tony. Buy Here >>>>http://hopurl.com/65887

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    Buy Ronco Rotisserie

    Buy Ronco Rotisserie

    by dumdum4gum (7/19/09) 984 views

    Ronco ST3001SSGEN Showtime Stainless Steel Rotisserie Non-stick basket for steaks, fish, vegetables and chicken pieces Rotisserie food ties Can cook a 10 lb. turkey or chicken Actual size of unit: 17"W x 11.5"H x 12"D Instructional DVD Loading and carving base BBQ gloves For those of you not familiar with rotisserie cooking, it's where you roast meats (turkey, chicken, lamb, beef, pork) on a spit that rotates over a flame or heat source. The rotisserie cooks the meat so evenly that the results are tender and moist. The original rotisseries were hand cranked but the modern ones are run by electric motors that do it automatically for you. A horizontal rotisserie is the most common type available today with many being sold on TV through infomercials. The George Foreman and Ronco Showtime rotisseries are very popular and priced at about $100. Those rotisseries are for indoor cooking while old fashioned barbeques are great for this style of cooking as well. If you own a Weber BBQ you can buy a barbeque rotisserie that will allow you to slow roast your meat over the grill. Some of the other top brands include Hamilton Beach, DeLonghi, Salton, and Chef Tony. <a href="http://www.lynxtrack.com/afclick.php?o=9567&b=yxc4t5mr&p=45612&l=1">Buy Here </a><br/></p>