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    rotisserie duck

    On the 18.5" weber
    She may be old, but she does the job (just like me)

    Left the duck uncovered in the fridge to tighten up the skin


    And we are moving:


    And moving a bit more


    My companions fell asleep (except for the big boy, but he's not on the picture)


    The potatoes and onions are ready


    The duck is done


    It all tasted pretty good, esp the drip pan onions and potatoes. Those drip pan (root)veges are actually one of the best side effects of cooking with the rotisserie!

    Obviously, I had left overs:
    Duck, baby cabbage, drip pan onion and potato stir fry with lots of coriander leaf


    And still more left overs
    Tandoori duck


    I am a bit ducked out now, but it was definitely worth it

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    Am a big fan of rotisserie cooking. The duck looks great.
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    Anne, I love it all but those two little ones are awesome. Great job.
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    What I'd give for that Tandoori Duck. Excellent cook Anne!
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    Those onions and potatoes look gorgeous. The duck looks amazing!
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    Yessir, yessir, please!
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    Very nice Anne and you couldn't have nicer companions.
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    Not sure how I missed this one! Duck looks great, Anne. I have never cooked a duck on the grill. Need to remedy that!

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    Thanks all
    It was the first time ever cooking a whole duck. Worked pretty well, esp in the stew like preparations afterwards.
    Still need another duck and make Thai red curry duck...

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    I have never ate duck yet, but yours looks great, Anne!
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