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Have any of you done a big roast on a rotisserie with a spear (not a
basket) and found that the spear conducted heat and cooked the center
too fast?

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Have any of you done a big roast on a rotisserie with a spear (not a
basket) and found that the spear conducted heat and cooked the center
too fast?

meathead
http://amazingribs.com


Yes, though I think it depends somewhat on the kind of metal in the
spear[what's a spear?]. What kind of roast were you to roast.. I roast
different "roasty" meats on the grill indirectly and I haven't used the
rotisserie for a long time. You sure don't need it for turkey, standing rib,
or leg of lamb. It's desirable for duck and goose because you can render,
and save the fat for cassoulet or any other similar dish where you want to
use duck fat.

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Theron wrote:
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Have any of you done a big roast on a rotisserie with a spear (not a
basket) and found that the spear conducted heat and cooked the center
too fast?


Yes, though I think it depends somewhat on the kind of metal in the
spear[what's a spear?].


Quit being so shit-faced obtuse, Kent.

What kind of roast were you to roast.. I
roast different "roasty" meats on the grill indirectly and I haven't
used the rotisserie for a long time. You sure don't need it for
turkey, standing rib, or leg of lamb.


You don't need it with ANY meat, but rotisserie works quit effectively for
the ones you mentioned.

It's desirable for duck and
goose because you can render, and save the fat for cassoulet or any
other similar dish where you want to use duck fat.


Gee, a solution void of a question. I bet Meathead now thinks you are a
grillin' god.

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Theron wrote:
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Have any of you done a big roast on a rotisserie with a spear (not a
basket) and found that the spear conducted heat and cooked the center
too fast?


Yes, though I think it depends somewhat on the kind of metal in the
spear[what's a spear?].


Quit being so shit-faced obtuse, Kent.

What kind of roast were you to roast.. I
roast different "roasty" meats on the grill indirectly and I haven't
used the rotisserie for a long time. You sure don't need it for
turkey, standing rib, or leg of lamb.


You don't need it with ANY meat, but rotisserie works quit effectively for
the ones you mentioned.

It's desirable for duck and
goose because you can render, and save the fat for cassoulet or any
other similar dish where you want to use duck fat.


Gee, a solution void of a question. I bet Meathead now thinks you are a
grillin' god.

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you, and to hear the lamentation of the women." -- Conan

Troll


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Theron wrote:

Troll


Kent, you are just, plain stupid as a bag-o-rocks with your interpretation
of a troll. But why change what seems to work so well for you, eh?

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"Dave Bugg" wrote in message
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Theron wrote:

Troll


Kent, you are just, plain stupid as a bag-o-rocks with your interpretation
of a troll. But why change what seems to work so well for you, eh?

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What is best in life? "To crush your enemies, see them driven before
you, and to hear the lamentation of the women." -- Conan

Definition of TROLL, from Wikipedia:

Internet-trolling means posting irrelevant, controversial, equivocating,
ambiguous, or unclear response to a genuine set of arguments. Those who do
such things are called as "an internet troll." It is commonly done in
discussion forums or in usenet newsgroups.

The above comment I would view as an attempt to initiate a flame.

You needn't respond. That would be a service to our NG.

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On Sep 25, 10:10*am, "Theron" wrote:
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You needn't respond. That would be a service to our NG.


Yes, it does serve our group when he responds, very unlike your own
participation that too often includes dangerous misinformation.

Sanity check time Kent, you've been laughed off *how* many NG's now?

Time to face the reality that you're the ass, kay?


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Theron wrote:

Definition of TROLL, from Wikipedia:


We know what a troll is. Sorry you don't. But being out-of-the-loop seems de
rigeur for you. Now, for the definition of troll, look in Merriam-Webster
under 'Kent'.


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Duwop wrote:

Yes, it does serve our group when he responds, very unlike your own
participation that too often includes dangerous misinformation.


Like the time he insisted that morton Kosher Salt weighed twice as much as
it did.

Then think about all those calculations he does with nitrites and PPM's...
Do you want to get involved in his nitrite discussions, or worse, truct
his "calculations"? Best not to :-)

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Sqwertz wrote:
Duwop wrote:

Yes, it does serve our group when he responds, very unlike your own
participation that too often includes dangerous misinformation.


Like the time he insisted that morton Kosher Salt weighed twice as
much as it did.

Then think about all those calculations he does with nitrites and
PPM's... Do you want to get involved in his nitrite discussions, or
worse, truct his "calculations"? Best not to :-)


But..but... that's part of the extemporaneous rhetorical glamour which Kent
says draws newbies to this NG like fruit flies to over-ripe peaches.

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"Dave Bugg" wrote in message
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Theron wrote:

Troll


Kent, you are just, plain stupid as a bag-o-rocks with your interpretation
of a troll. But why change what seems to work so well for you, eh?

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I think the definition cross posting is sending your message simultaneously
to two NGs in the same message[sort of cc'ing it], That screws up the
coherency of the thread. Sending the same or similar messages to two similar
NGs at the same time shouldn't violate Netiquette, though I suppose there
are those that will argue that. The subject is addressed slightly
differently on both NGs, and the threads are different. There are grillers
in rec.food.cooking.

Ed






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Theron wrote:
"Dave Bugg" wrote in message
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Theron wrote:

Troll


Kent, you are just, plain stupid as a bag-o-rocks with your
interpretation of a troll. But why change what seems to work so well
for you, eh? --
Dave


I think the definition cross posting is sending your message
simultaneously to two NGs in the same message[sort of cc'ing it],
That screws up the coherency of the thread. Sending the same or
similar messages to two similar NGs at the same time shouldn't
violate Netiquette, though I suppose there are those that will argue
that. The subject is addressed slightly differently on both NGs, and
the threads are different. There are grillers in rec.food.cooking.


Wow. This is so typical of kent-behavior. Anything said simply flies over
your head and you keep microanalyzing the number of angels dancing on the
head of a pin. shaking head

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you, and to hear the lamentation of the women." -- Conan


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"Meathead" wrote in message
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Have any of you done a big roast on a rotisserie with a spear (not a
basket) and found that the spear conducted heat and cooked the center
too fast?

meathead
http://amazingribs.com


We have used a Farberware rotisserie for over 30 years - never had that
problem.

General instructions say to move the food pretty close to the hear source.

Hope this helps.


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In ,
Dave Bugg spewed forth:
Theron wrote:
"Dave Bugg" wrote in message
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Theron wrote:

Troll

Kent, you are just, plain stupid as a bag-o-rocks with your
interpretation of a troll. But why change what seems to work so well
for you, eh? --
Dave


I think the definition cross posting is sending your message
simultaneously to two NGs in the same message[sort of cc'ing it],
That screws up the coherency of the thread. Sending the same or
similar messages to two similar NGs at the same time shouldn't
violate Netiquette, though I suppose there are those that will argue
that. The subject is addressed slightly differently on both NGs, and
the threads are different. There are grillers in rec.food.cooking.


Wow. This is so typical of kent-behavior. Anything said simply flies
over your head and you keep microanalyzing the number of angels
dancing on the head of a pin. shaking head


meet sandra kaufmang


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ChairMan wrote:
In ,
Dave Bugg spewed forth:
Theron wrote:
"Dave Bugg" wrote in message
...
Theron wrote:

Troll

Kent, you are just, plain stupid as a bag-o-rocks with your
interpretation of a troll. But why change what seems to work so
well for you, eh? --
Dave


I think the definition cross posting is sending your message
simultaneously to two NGs in the same message[sort of cc'ing it],
That screws up the coherency of the thread. Sending the same or
similar messages to two similar NGs at the same time shouldn't
violate Netiquette, though I suppose there are those that will argue
that. The subject is addressed slightly differently on both NGs, and
the threads are different. There are grillers in rec.food.cooking.


Wow. This is so typical of kent-behavior. Anything said simply flies
over your head and you keep microanalyzing the number of angels
dancing on the head of a pin. shaking head


meet sandra kaufmang


LOL!!!

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Dave
What is best in life? "To crush your enemies, see them driven before
you, and to hear the lamentation of the women." -- Conan




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