Rotisserie Roast


 

Richard Garcia

TVWBB All-Star
Should I Tie-up with kitchen string this Boneless Serloin Roast weighing around five(5) lbs before “spinning-it” on my Cajun Bandit Rotisserie.
 

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Richard Garcia

TVWBB All-Star
I gather that a big roast could fall-apart if untied? Best and easiest way to tie a Roast?
Thanx for your reply,
 
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Timothy F. Lewis

TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
Yeah, tying one up only takes a little time and the “shape holding” is much nicer for presentation, usually.
Besides you need to have that sort of thing well practiced for when I come to help you devour one of them!😂
 

 

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