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Rotisserie for Weber Silver B Grill

EclecticEater | Sep 16, 200601:27 AM     7

I have had my Weber for over a year, use it a lot. Recently bought an E-Z Que basket rotisserie for it and have been making cornish game hens for eight to ten people using it. Gotten raves about how good they are. Recently also made a leg of lamb and a pork roast, each with different rubs or liquid sauces, and got raves for those also. So I'm plugging Weber and the E-Z Que people. Their website is http://www.ezqueinc.com. They were darned nice about shipping the whole thing to me in time for a party I had, and they know their stuff. It is a bit pricy but they deserve their accolates because they make a fine heavy duty product. I'm not associated with them so whatever I say comes from my own experience. The Weber people shipped me a new igniter when mine went on the fritz and didn't charge me. Great customer service from two companies.

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