Now you can cook meat rotisserie-style at home in your own smoker!
Fits Within a Conventional Smoker
Automatically Bastes Meat While Rotating
Ensures Food Items Are Completely Coated with Basting Liquid
Meat Comes Out Juicy and Succulent
No Uneven Cooking
Story Behind the Invention
Grampa Jim of Manassas, VA has created a self-basting rotisserie unit for use on a smoker.Often meat will become dry if not basted several times during the cooking process. Basting can also be performed while cooking food on a smoker. However, a cook may easily forget about the next basting interval causing an entire meal to come out wrong. Plus, the door of the smoker must be opened to perform the basting process, thus causing uneven temperature regulation, all while exposing the cook to high heat levels. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, the basting process only gets to part of the meat due to the meats position on the smoker grill. Grampa Jim just knew there had to be a better way. In turn, he was inspired to develop the Rib Rotor!The invention allows you to cook meat rotisserie-style at home in your own smoker. It automatically bastes the meat while rotating it so there is no uneven cooking. Forget having to watch a timer or opening the smoker door for basting breaks! You can just sit back, relax, and look forward to perfectly cooked meat!Want to learn more about the Rib Rotor? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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