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Unread 07-12-2010, 05:20 PM   #16
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Coals are hotter than flame too, which I imagine heated the spit so this is probably why you had the meltdown?
I was thinking on similar lines, I've done small 'mallos on the spit forks and noticed that they started to droop and not rotate pretty quickly into the roasting/flaming ball of death conversion process...

I havent tried those massive marshmallows yet, but I was thinking that since they are so large and the spit rod is 1/2" diameter, it might be a more suitable roasting rod. It will absorb heat slower since you can butt marshmallows right up to eachother and only have exposed steel at the ends... Of course, they might not slide onto the rod as easily either... a little cooking spray on the rod between sliding them each on...?

If you want them gooey to the center and only toasted on the outside, heat them until they just barely begin to show color and then remove from the heat for a few min, this will let the hot outside continue to "goo-up" the inside of them, but not burn the outside. After a few min off the fire, return to the heat and toast to desired color. Be ready with a plate! Once they start to sag, it's too late to run inside for one!!!

BTW - on the BBQ Disasters, we can keep secrets... if it's really that bad of a disaster, we definately want to hear about it!!
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Unread 07-12-2010, 05:53 PM   #17
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Those are some great tips. Now that I hear you had some low saggy 'mallows even way up in the Furry White North makes me want to really give the frozen ones a try. I got as far as putting them in the freezer to see if they become rock solid or not. They don't. They become a bit like a cool Japanese mochi kinda a thing if you have tried that. Frozen may be the way to go.
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looked good to me
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BTW Utrecht is my favorite city in Holland. Great canals and ambiance. Didn't know people Q'ed there as well!

Well...there's me in Utrecht and a couple of Dutch Brethren that live in the provence of Utrecht,so far I know those are the only Q joints in U-town.
Wharfs along the canals make Utrecht special.
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Thanks Jonny, especially for posting those pics of those adorable kids. I didn't know you were so lucky. It didn't look like a disaster to me. My kids would've loved it also.
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Thanks Jonny, especially for posting those pics of those adorable kids. I didn't know you were so lucky. It didn't look like a disaster to me. My kids would've loved it also.
Thanks Gore! I am especially lucky because I can have such a cute niece and nephew and don't have to feed or water them. OK maybe the occasional Rice Crispy treat.

BTW I was going to try and drop by and pay my respects to the Master on my way from the South up to Massachusetts but ended up converting my road trip to a flying trip at the last minute. It sounds like you may be gallivanting around the Old Country anyway.
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BTW I was going to try and drop by and pay my respects to the Master on my way from the South up to Massachusetts but ended up converting my road trip to a flying trip at the last minute. It sounds like you may be gallivanting around the Old Country anyway.
And don't even think of taking that rotisserie carry-on!
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Wow - that sounds great! I bet they were way better than the traditional stovetop method.... Especially with the caramelization... I'd like to re-create this but in a slightly less messy fashion ; )
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Well...there's me in Utrecht and a couple of Dutch Brethren that live in the provence of Utrecht...
Come to think of it, I shouldn't be surprised that there are Q-ers over there. Dutch ovens had to come from somewhere, right?
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