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Unread 08-01-2013, 01:36 PM   #1
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Took a little vacation to Paris a couple months back. We were walking along the Seine when my olfactory system was awakened by the smell of grilled meats. Blasphemy! BBQ in Paris?

We proceeded up the sidewalk and the smell was getting stronger with each step. We looked to our right and there was a large square that was filled with people, smoke and grills. Looked like some type of competiton.

Took a few shots of the grillin machines. Not the best photos but I couldn't get much closer without being rude to the French, lolol;











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I'm not seeing the photos on my iPad.

Edit: Thanks, I see them now.
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Never heard anyone talking about whole cow on the rotisserie before.
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Boy, that really is quite a sight.
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Pretty cool! How long does whole steer take?
Feed on big party

The smaller cookers are very similar to one I saw at recent local fair...

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=166867

Guess it is a European thing?

Thanks for sharing!
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You should've let me know!
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I couldn't figure out the lamb rotisserie at first, but it looks as if they are using vertical charcoal fixtures? A rectangular frame with expanded metal going across the front and back and charcoal dumped in the middle?
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Pretty cool! How long does whole steer take?
Feed on big party

The smaller cookers are very similar to one I saw at recent local fair...

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=166867

Guess it is a European thing?

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That's it, hmmmmmm.....I don't have one of those yet.....
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I'll bump my thread with you link so folks can see larger versions of it in yours.

Seemed to be very hot and fast set up how I saw it being used, but low and slow is clearly doable...
We cook a lot of brats here in WI so it is on my build list!
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I'll bump my thread with you link so folks can see larger versions of it in yours.

Seemed to be very hot and fast set up how I saw it being used, but low and slow is clearly doable...
We cook a lot of brats here in WI so it is on my build list!
I'm in the process of building some Konro grills right now. But that vertical grill will be on my "things to build" list next. Thanks for sharing!

Think I'll wait a while before I build a steer cooker like the ones pictured above, lol.
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Great pic...thanks for sharing!!!!
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its how its done in europe. many if not most rotisseries have the heat vertical in the back. a few ideas.



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very cool MB, thanks for the pics!
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Great pics guys. Thanks for posting.
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