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  1. Duckman Dan

    Duckman Dan Elite Refuge Member

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    an intersting way to grill.

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  2. wscato

    wscato Senior Refuge Member

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    That's different and neat, but it's $225.
     
  3. SeniorCoot

    SeniorCoot Elite Refuge Member

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    Very interesting--Same type of cooking can be seen (sans electricity) in any east Coast Colinial repro town. At Williamsburg VA they have several old kitchen setups ditto G. Washtinton's mansion or Monticello-Fire places ,spits,and roasts, were a bit larger than today and turned by hand but idea and products were about the same.
    Tuscan grille looks like similar units in some reasturants that were looking for new ways to do things- Some Spanish rest use a wall unit with 5-6 rotissieries on them--Since i gave up heating with wood and fireplaces when I moved from AK i can't use one but they look like a good idea. What about smoke from meat would you need more draft in chimmney?
     
  4. Moose

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    Just a larger scale. The meat tastes great as long as it in not over cooked.





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