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an oven or broiler equipped with a rotating spit on which meat cooks as it turns

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a restaurant that specializes in roasted and barbecued meats

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However, more retailers are realizing that combis can produce chickens faster and more efficiently than rotisseries," says Woellert.
The latest from Coleman is the BackHome Select 8000 Series, which offers grills with stainless-steel burners; a high-output side burner for preparing special sauces, side dishes or sauting; and an electric rotisserie spit for slow roasting.
MENTOR, Ohio, July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- If you're looking for a hassle-free, healthy and delicious way to grill, it's time to give your grill -- and your meal -- a new twist with a grill rotisserie.
Asda produces thousands of litres of waste fat from its restaurants and rotisseries each year.
The unit, built at the company's Warwick headquarters in Field Close, is already in use in North America and is being recommended by Hardt, one of the world's largest chicken rotisserie makers.
Our rotisseries are unique, built with the best materials such as porcelain enamel finish, and provide fast and consistent cooking.
While the success of television ads like those produced by Ronco for its industry leading Showtime Rotisserie and Barbecue prove rotisseries are highly demonstrable, a tour of several brick-and mortar retailers showed the products mostly designated to remote areas in the kitchen electrics aisle.
Key items like rotisseries and indoor grills are being merchandised on a gondola or end stand with samples out on the floor.
says with I lobart's rotisseries, the operator can choose one of the programmed settings in which the oven changes temperature as needed during the cooking process.
Vertical rotisseries make up a category poised to be big.
Rotisseries are taking center stage as supermarkets look to ramp up their prepared meal offerings to fill the void as people consume fewer restaurant meals.
Utilizing Hardt's patented heating technology, the BLAZE is up to 50% more energy efficient when compared with other gas rotisseries.
While chickens have helped to establish the meal solutions category, rotisseries are becoming the workhorses of the supermarket kitchen, cooking up everything from ribs to breakfast food.