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Mike in Roseville

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Re: Basic rotisserie vs not-rotisserie question re: TURKEY
« Reply #30 on: November 12, 2017, 07:03:57 PM »

Cajun bandit. Coupon code turkey10 will save you 10%.


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iCARRY

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Re: Basic rotisserie vs not-rotisserie question re: TURKEY
« Reply #31 on: November 12, 2017, 08:09:28 PM »
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Joetee

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Re: Basic rotisserie vs not-rotisserie question re: TURKEY
« Reply #32 on: November 13, 2017, 02:39:16 AM »
Cajon bandit also gives a veteran discount.
After my research, I have found that fit a few more dollars, the CB is a better roti. Just depends how often you are gonna use it much

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Mkrause

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Re: Basic rotisserie vs not-rotisserie question re: TURKEY
« Reply #33 on: November 14, 2017, 02:37:12 PM »
Cajon bandit also gives a veteran discount.
After my research, I have found that fit a few more dollars, the CB is a better roti. Just depends how often you are gonna use it much

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I ended up getting the "upgraded" cheap one off amazon for two reasons, my wife looked pissed when i said i was going to spend that much on the cajun bandit and with prime, it might be here in time to do a test cook this weekend.  "upgraded" means it has the lip that's supposed to fit like the lid instead of the three tabs that the non upgrade one has.

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Joetee

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Re: Basic rotisserie vs not-rotisserie question re: TURKEY
« Reply #34 on: November 15, 2017, 02:08:05 AM »
Cajon bandit also gives a veteran discount.
After my research, I have found that fit a few more dollars, the CB is a better roti. Just depends how often you are gonna use it much

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I ended up getting the "upgraded" cheap one off amazon for two reasons, my wife looked pissed when i said i was going to spend that much on the cajun bandit and with prime, it might be here in time to do a test cook this weekend.  "upgraded" means it has the lip that's supposed to fit like the lid instead of the three tabs that the non upgrade one has.

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I didn't know there was an upgrade version. You'll be happy in sure.

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clarissa

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Re: Basic rotisserie vs not-rotisserie question re: TURKEY
« Reply #35 on: November 19, 2017, 12:28:55 PM »

I donít stuff my bird, except for a few slices of apples to add to the flavor. A stuffed bird extends your cooking time by a bunch, and, more than likely, your breast will be dry. I do two birds every year, and my family loves it.


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I am planning to spin my first turkey for TG and am wondering about putting fruit inside. Maybe apples and pears?  Should they be seasoned? Left whole or peeled and cut up?  How many?  Any advice would be appreciated

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Re: Basic rotisserie vs not-rotisserie question re: TURKEY
« Reply #36 on: November 19, 2017, 01:21:05 PM »
Putting anything other than spice slows down the cooking. You want air flow through the bird. Try coshire salt all over inside and out and under the skin for 24 hrs. Then season with Simon and Garfunkel rub the same way just before to cook.

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Re: Basic rotisserie vs not-rotisserie question re: TURKEY
« Reply #37 on: November 19, 2017, 01:23:23 PM »


I donít stuff my bird, except for a few slices of apples to add to the flavor. A stuffed bird extends your cooking time by a bunch, and, more than likely, your breast will be dry. I do two birds every year, and my family loves it.


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I am planning to spin my first turkey for TG and am wondering about putting fruit inside. Maybe apples and pears?  Should they be seasoned? Left whole or peeled and cut up?  How many?  Any advice would be appreciated

I just take about one apple about the size of a baseball and slice it up into wedges. I place the whole, unseasoned apple and core in the bird. I still season the outside of the bird though. Donít eat the apple wedges after youíre done lol learned that the hard way. Iíve never used pears but sounds interesting. Good luck!


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clarissa

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Re: Basic rotisserie vs not-rotisserie question re: TURKEY
« Reply #38 on: November 19, 2017, 02:14:08 PM »
@schaefd2  thanks for that info. Does the fruit flavor come thru to the meat?  Just womdering