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Gas chicken rotisserie - Alpina Seduction chicken rotisseries

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Plan your next outdoor party with the sharp looking, gas operated chicken rotisserie from Alpina Grills. Alpina makes several gas chicken rotisseries, and the one I like the most is the Seduction line of Prestige type "Wall of flames" chicken rotisseries, made in 304 stainless steel with beautiful brass accents, and featuring a patented system for vertical cooking on the upper rod. These chicken rotisseries come in 5 different sizes with capacities ranging from 12 to 42 chickens, and while the Mini Seduction is the most suitable for your home kitchen with 2 spits for 2 to 4 chickens, all the Seduction rotisserie machines can be manufactured in large or small version. And all except the Mini Seduction, can adapt a wheelbase, a double glass door and intermediate trays as needed.


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Typically, every Seduction rotisserie features independently ignited burners - one burner for two rods, electronic ignition and regulation, halogen lights, removable fat tray and panels between the burners for quick and easy cleaning, gas security by ionization and separate 220 Volt motors. Available in natural gas or liquid propane. Measuring W860 x D530 x H705 mm, the Mini Seduction styling is somewhat similar to La Cornue Flamberge built-in rotisserie and Diva de Provence rotisserie. Contact Alpina for the prices, but I would expect them to start at $4,000 - $5,000 minimum.

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Posted December 28, 2007 4:36 PM

Diva de Provence rotisserie

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Meat connoisseurs have long acknowledged spot roasting as the perfect way to prepare natural and healthy food, sealing in juices for tender and mouth-watering results. The rotisserie from Diva de Provence is designed to bring the art of rotisserie cooking to your kitchen with its sleek and easy to use unit. Made from an attractive mix of stainless steel, cast iron and enamel with copper or brass accents, such gas rotisserie makes an attractive decorative piece in addition to providing the ability to roast a variety of beef, veal, lamb, poultry, seafood, fish and game. The twin size compact hearth is 18.5 inches wide to accommodate two horizontal spits for medium size poultry each, or two vertical spits for small poultry. The horizontal spot drive motor speed is 3.3 rpm, while the vertical spit drive is 5 rpm. Each rotisserie comes with 1 horizontal flat spit, 1 horizontal V-shaped spit, 2 vertical spits, 1 stainless steel removable drip tray and 1 chain set. Available options include horizontal "English" roast spit, vertical sausage spit, carousel with four vertical shish-kebab spits, lobster basket and fish rack. The base price for this Diva de Provence rotisserie is around $9,700. Previously, La Cornue Flamberge built-in rotisserie.

Posted March 8, 2007 12:00 PM

La Cornue Flamberge built-in rotisserie

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The La Cornue Flamberge built-in rotisserie is an authentic vertical roasting spit that ensures that meat, poultry and fish are perfectly roasted in the open air. The intensity of the flame and the distance of the piece of meat may be easily adjusted. You may roast up to 4 chickens simultaneously or skewer very large pieces of meat. Brass burners and cast iron gas simmering plate. With heating power up to 40,000 BTU, which is more than twice that of a regular oven, the La Cornue Flamberge seals in juices for a delicious and succulent meal. The Flamberge built-in rotisserie is available in twenty six porcelain-enamel custom colors with five trim choices - chrome copper, satin brass, polished brass, stainless with satin nickel accent and stainless with satin brass accent. Can be custom built to operate with gas or electricity. The price starts at $9,300. See also La Cornue Chateau range.

Posted October 5, 2006 1:34 PM | Comments (0) | TrackBack

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