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Old 03-08-2018, 02:12 PM   #31
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Nice! I see a possible new gadget to add to my arsenal. How often does it need to be rotated?


I rotated it about every 1/2 hour
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Old 03-08-2018, 04:29 PM   #32
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Wow...outstanding!


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Old 03-08-2018, 04:40 PM   #33
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Outstanding! Man I love a good gyro
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What sort of base did you have it sitting on the grill?
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What sort of base did you have it sitting on the grill?


Upside down vortex
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Old 03-08-2018, 08:49 PM   #36
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Out of the park, SirPorkaLot!

Great execution, and killer plate.

Side note: How tough was the clean up?
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Out of the park, SirPorkaLot!

Great execution, and killer plate.

Side note: How tough was the clean up?


Easy, tossed a fabric softener in hot water and soaked overnight.
Rinsed our clean the next morning
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Easy, tossed a fabric softener in hot water and soaked overnight.
Rinsed our clean the next morning
Going to remember that!
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I could eat that everyday. Glad to see you out and about sir.
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So... you mean like a "dryer sheet" kinda fabric softener?
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That is killer
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Yea. Like bounce
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That looks amazing but 80 bucks is pretty damn steep. Anyone make one cheaper?
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That looks amazing but 80 bucks is pretty damn steep. Anyone make one cheaper?
Like I mentioned earlier, a 9"x9" cake pan with a rod welded to it would suffice.
I'm thinking less than $10? Maybe less than $5, if you get one from Goodwill.
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I saw those on FB and followed their page. The only reasons I didn't go in on it:

1. Price
2. You have to manually rotate it.
3. For it to work like a true Shawarma type cook, you pile a lot of meat on, and trim from the outside as it cooks. Well, the wife and I wouldn't be able to eat all that in a couple sittings, so, while great for a bigger family, not really something I would use often.

Seeing your pics makes me want to rethink it a bit, but I still think it would be something I would use maybe once a year, and if so, not worth the price to me.
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