Simple steps to the perfect rotisserie chicken on either a gas or charcoal grill
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Up the flavor of your rib roast with these tips!
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This ham is a showstopper, with a crisped crust, melted pork fat, and sweet maple-brown sugar glaze.
Rib roast is the best way to show off beef on the rotisserie. Cooked on the bone, seasoned with salt and pepper, served with horseradish sauce on the side. Simple and delicious.
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Woods can really enhance your turkey without overpowering.
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Time to break out the rotisserie and do some live fire spit-roasting!
By Matt Jost, R&D Chef at the Weber Grill Restaurant
Don’t be fooled by the simplicity of this recipe. That hard working pork shoulder has a lot of flavor, and a simple brine builds on it to make a roast that is better than the sum of its ingredients.
These roasted onions go with just about anything. Dice them and eat them as a side dish, spread them on bread as a topping, mix them into a salad, or toss them with potatoes.
Rotisserie pineapple seems exotic, but it is easy!
Inspired from French cooking, make the most of your roasts by adding the drippings into a potato side dish!
When battling time & entertaining a group, I find one of the more forgiving ways to grill is with the rotisserie.
Now, rotisserie chicken is a little extra work but a great chicken it is worth the effort.
There is some extra work involved with rotisserie grilling - you can’t just slap the meat on the grill - but it’s worth it.
There is nothing more tasty than a dizzy turkey.
There are a lot of different ways to prepare your turkey get our tips here!
By Jennie Lussow
Next time you fire up the grill, remember the rotisserie isn’t just for chicken.
Check out this video to learn how to utilize the rotisserie for a prime rib.
Even though ribs almost always mean tangy sauce, sweet smoke, with low and slow charcoal heat, what if we did the total opposite? No sauce, no smoke, and the spinning rotisserie action of a gas grill
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