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andiesenji

andiesenji

This is the large one that I use out on the deck.  It is terrific and very versatile, but it "SPITS"  and you have to wear a heavy apron, long sleeves and gloves when standing in front of it.

 

I bought it new in 1962 and I have taken very good care of it.

Note the address - this was manufactured before the postal zip codes were adopted.

And the phrase, "They don't make them like that nowadays"  is 100% true.  It is heavy, very well made and should last another 45 years!

 

And note how the spit is constructed.  There are additional tines at each end, that nailed into a roast, a chicken, turkey or ??  will keep the item secure on the spit.

I did roasts, including rib roasts, pork loins on the bone, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese and leg of lamb and hams.  

 

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andiesenji

andiesenji

This is the large one that I use out on the deck.  It is terrific and very versatile, but it "SPITS"  and you have to wear a heavy apron, long sleeves and gloves when standing in front of it.

 

I bought it new in 1962 and I have taken very good care of it.

Note the address - this was manufactured before the postal zip codes were adopted.

And the phrase, "They don't make them like that nowadays"  is 100% true.  It is heavy, very well made and should last another 45 years!

 

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