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  1. #1
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    Default EZ Q Rotisserie Trial run.

    I went out to the smoky Okie ranch to give the the EZ Q a trial run.

    The kettle version is a little small dia. for the drum, So we had to improvise to make it fit.
    We fabricated a high quality compression gasket out of some aluminum foil and some bolts through the tab holes for it to sit on.
    (Okie engineering at it's best)

    I did 2 butts at higher than normal temps and they had really great bark and flavor!
    I also did a couple 6lb chickens, They looked great, but we were too full to eat them.
    While the chickens where cooking, We threw on some dove breast That Mike made some slits into them and stuffed with fresh garlic and peppers, Then wrapped them in bacon. They were awesome!

    Here's some pix and vid!

    The rotisserie motor doesn't fit very snug into the bracket and with the off center wait balance, the spin is a little inconsistent but highly effective.







































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    Man that looks good.

    Thanks for the pix of the doves on the skewers!

    So much good food!

    Nice video also.

    -=fred=-

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    Look at you guys go! Gotta love that high tech, down home, engineering. Good looking groceries and it's good to see the rotis in action. Hope we get to see it being used more.
    Plank Owner ..................
    I didn't fight my way to the top of the food chain to be a vegetarian!



  4. #4
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    Oh man, that looks great Jeramy. Wish I could have stayed till they were done.

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    Was the end product any better/different, than just on the grate?
    FBJ

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    Jeremy, that looks great!! I'll bet it was quite tasty.
    Kev
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    Custom Stick Burner - "Latifah".....(yeah, she's big and beautiful)
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    Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before.
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  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by glued2it View Post
    I went out to the smoky Okie ranch to give the the EZ Q a trial run.
    I did 2 butts at higher than normal temps and they had really great bark and flavor!
    I also did a couple 6lb chickens, They looked great, but we were too full to eat them.

    Your spell check must not be working. You spelled the word "WE" I.

    As in who racked up and put the butts on the drum and who chose and applied the rub to the chix and then racked them up and tied them.


    While the chickens where cooking, We threw on some dove breast That Mike made some slits into them and stuffed with fresh garlic and peppers, Then wrapped them in bacon. They were awesome!

    The Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat beer was working on him by now folks. I cut the doves and seasoned them, then Mike stuffed em with the garlic I sliced and some pickled japs.

    Here's some pix and vid!

    The rotisserie motor doesn't fit very snug into the bracket and with the off center wait balance, the spin is a little inconsistent but highly effective.
    Great pix and vid J!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fatback Joe View Post
    Was the end product any better/different, than just on the grate?
    Most, most definitely. There were other variables as well, but I can't share the details publicly. The Q Joint team is sworn to secrecy, they were so good.

  8. #8
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    Looks great, guys! Makes me want to add a rotis to Curly!
    Rob - TX Sandman
    Plank Owner, TQJ

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    I've never seen a rotiss that's gear like this one. It turns real slowly and is absolutely silent.

  10. #10
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    Nice looking butt you fixed with the rotis Okie.
    Steve


    1-UDS
    1-Homemade stickburner/ Buela

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