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Thread: counter top rotisserie

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    Senior Member joivey's Avatar
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    I am considering buying a counter top rotisserie (remember the "set it and forget it"). My friend has one and it cooks wonderful whole chickens. Problem is, I already have lots of things that I thought was a good idea at the time. So...........do any of you have counter top rotisserie ovens? what kind? do you like it? would you recommend my getting one?
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    Mine is in the attic. I loved it, but it was a dog to clean.

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    That's what I was going say. No fun to clean.

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    I never used the one I was given after the first time, it was waaay to difficult to clean :(
    I gave it away, and it has been regifted many more times LOL

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    I donated mine also!

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    Mine is a George Forman rotisserie. I love it. I use it every couple of weeks. My main use for it is whole chickens. My family loves them.

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    I love my "set it and forget it" rotisserie! It is a bit of a bear to clean , but that isn't the mmain problem with it. They are bigger than you would think and take up a lot of counter space. I don't use it enough to justify moving other items (toaster, coffee maker, etc) so min eis usually in my pantry closet. It's a bit heavy too - so unless hubby is around to lift it out for me, whatever I'm cooking just goes in the oven. If you have counter space to give it a permanent home it might be a good item for you.

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    I bought a large size one, it can bake a turkey or 3 chickens. I have used it a total of 4 times. I should use it more but sometimes it is more work to get it out of the garage (no way it can fit on my counter, I use it outside on the counter to the window) than to just use my oven. The times I have used it, it was too hot to run the oven in the house. This year we never had a summer until this past monday. It's over 90 now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    I never used the one I was given after the first time, it was waaay to difficult to clean :(
    I gave it away, and it has been regifted many more times LOL
    ditto on the regifted :XD:

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    I had one but never used it. I now use the Nuwave oven and love it I no longer use my oven other than cakes. It cooks a whole frozen turkey in the same time it takes to cook a frozen one!

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