5 ft Charcoal Grill & Rotisserie

Price: $95.00

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A large 5ft grill under A Big John's rotisserie utilize a reliable chain drive that places the spits' entire weight onto two frame end-mounts.  The skewers and spit are machined from high quality, type 304 stainless steel making them easy to use and sanitary. Click the link for Instuctions on how to cook a pig. Click Here 

Grill Information
Useful Tips Place a support bar clamp (dog bone) on the spit and tighten. Place a skewer on the spit and tighten Run the spit through the center of the pig, running the skewer into the pig. Place the second skewer on the spit and secure tightly against the pig. Place the support bar through the bottom of the dog bone clamp. Place the second dog bone clamp over the spit and support bar and secure Tie pig's feet to the bottom support bar. Carefully anchor all parts of the carcass to the spit by balancing and securing it with wires or chicken wire. This will require 2 strong people! Since the back and loin area cook most rapidly, the pig must be secured in such a way that it will not flop about and break as it approaches doneness. Tie the legs to the support bar and cover the tail and ears with foil to prevent charring. The rate of cooking can be adjusted somewhat by varying the fire - hotter in the ham and shoulder and medium in the loin. VI. PREPARING THE FIRE: The fire (charcoal briquettes) should not be directly below the spit. We suggest 30 lbs. of charcoal to start. Do not use the self starting type of charcoal. Arrange the charcoal the length of the pig in two rows, about 12 - 15 inches apart. Either position a drip pan or lay a mound of sand directly under the pig to catch the grease dripping from the pig. Fat dripping in to the fire can cause a burst of flame that could char the outside of the pig. You will need to add approximately 10 pounds of charcoal per hour of cooking time. It will help if you have a separate barrel or can to start the charcoal in so you are only adding lit charcoals to the pit. LOADING THE ROTISSERIE: Make sure the rotisserie is NOT plugged in. Put the hot coal covers in place. Set the mounted pig on the rotisserie frame Attach the rotisserie drive chain and securely tighten the chain by adjusting the motor and tightening the knob. Place the chain guard over the drive chain. Plug the motor into a UL approved, outdoor extension cord or outlet. Turn motor on and remove hot coal covers to begin cooking.
Delivery & Setup This unit may be picked up by the customer provided that a pick-up truck, cargo van or similar vehicle is used. Baystate reserves the right to refuse the pickup of any item if we feel the vehicle is undersized or the product is at risk of damage. NO ITEMS may be attached to the roof or roof-racks of a vehicle. Damage to ANY item during transportation is not covered by the optional damage waiver.

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