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    Where can I find an extra set of used spit forks for 9890 rotisserie?

    I assume this unit will turn two whole chickens?
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    I picked up an extra set at a local grill and fireplace shop, I thought they might be useful but,with two chickens I just tuck them end to end with no problem. Has not been too much load for the motor or anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    I picked up an extra set at a local grill and fireplace shop, I thought they might be useful but,with two chickens I just tuck them end to end with no problem. Has not been too much load for the motor or anything.
    Head to head?

    Any problem with the chickens flopping around on the spit?
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    I usually go head to tail but, it doesn’t seem to matter much.
    Properly tied and one fork in each keeps them from flopping too much. But careful trussing is really helpful, I used to be really good at it but I got out of practice and have to keep reminding to get everything tucked in and secure before starting up the wheel of delight!
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    Thanks, Tim!

    I'll give it a go!
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    Good luck, the extra forks I got just seemed to get in the way.
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    Double Barrel Chickens!

    Marinated two Sanderson birds overnight, including injections in the breast, with McCormick's Mesquite marinate. For smoke, I used two tin foil pouches filled with pecan. The finished product tasted as good as it looked, although the finished bird had more color than in the video.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/...20004.mp4?dl=0

    I pressed the birds together as snug as possible, but a gap developed after an hour or so. I'm well pleased with how this worked out however. I have never made chicken this good.
    Last edited by Rusty James; 08-09-2018 at 12:11 AM.
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    Rusty, I’d reverse them so the legs are “inboard” that way the forks go in the breast and the tend to stay a little better snubbed up.
    Remember “Shrinkage” does happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    Rusty, I’d reverse them so the legs are “inboard” that way the forks go in the breast and the tend to stay a little better snubbed up.
    Remember “Shrinkage” does happen.
    Thanks, Tim!

    Yes, they shrunk quite a bit considering how I pressed them together. Sure were good though.
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    Spin a few more! It’s so simple and rewarding!
    Try the Peruvian chicken with green sauce from Steven Raichlen! It is amazing! Well worth the time spent to search out the ahi Amarillo and black mint paste. I had to order them from amazon but, well worth the expense!
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