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Old 09-02-2008, 05:17 PM   #11
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GYROS in Rotisserie

Originally Posted by redgriller View Post
Yeah, the center spit/basket is supposed to rotate. That way the meat/food turns in front of the heating element and gets cooked evenly. This one is an upright unit (hard to find) which makes it great for doing Gyros!
NEVER THOUGHT TO DO THAT!! PLEASE tell me how i could make the gyros using my upright rotisserie.

Wow!! thanks for that thought!!

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Old 10-28-2008, 07:12 PM   #12
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Talking Newer version of cookbook

Originally Posted by my_psychosis View Post
I have had several people email me asking If I got the booklet. Yes Pherb46 (Peg) was kind enough to mail me a copy. Thanks again Peg!!!
You saved my bacon with this link ... thanks! But ... it's an old cookbook that focuses a lot on beef and pork. I misplaced my newer Sunbeam manual which includes many recipes for chicken as well as Gyros and other more modern recipes. I have managed to locate a PDF of it but it's 880KB which is too large for a link here. Feel free to email me at joolied @hotmail.com (remove space) if you want a copy.

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