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    smoked/roasted chicken

    I am new to this forum but thought I would share this interesting photo. I put a double spit in front of my outdoor fireplace and roasted and smoked these birds. I used maple in the fire box and cooked for 1 1/2 hrs amazingly moist and flavorful Click image for larger version

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    #2
    "Killa" hope you had a crowd to enjoy them with there certainly is enough. Good job Sir.

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    • Reggie's Ribs
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      enough for 12 people with no scraps that's how we do things up north THUNDER BAY

    #3
    Welcome from Colorado ... and that's a very clever rig.

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      #4
      Welcome to the Pit from Southern Illinois! Sweet set-up!

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        #5
        Welcome to the Pit and boy do I love your live fire rig ....

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          #6
          If that's how your chicken turns out, I can't wait to see your ribs! Welcome to the Pit!

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            #7
            Greetings from Boston. That's a great setup man!

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              #8
              Great setup! Waiting for Ahumadora to chime in as this is right up his ally.

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              • Ahumadora
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                2 Problems I detected straight away. 1./ No beer in the photo 2./ I wasn't invited... Ingenious set up!!! Maybe a drip pan underneath for future cooks.

              #9
              You da man, tasty chicken,

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                #10
                Welcome to the PIT! Awesome ingenuity. I recently discovered the generic rotisseries on Amazon and practically can't sleep now, thinking about the possibilities.

                Santa Maria cooks are above the fire. There's a specific name for vertical cooks next to the fire, isn't there PIT? ( Ahumadora ?)

                I know I've seen this recently...

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                • Ahumadora
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                  "Asado" The metal rack that you hang the ribs or lamb on is called the "El asador". Asado means bbq .. The surrounding fireplace or pit is called "fogon"

                • JGo37
                  JGo37 commented
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                  Ahumadora I may be thinking of asador. I believe I saw legs of lamb hanging next to a fire, about a foot away. They had to be rotated manually. The narrative mentioning the asador sounds right. They were hanging vertically, not horizontally. 'Hanging' being the method.

                #11
                I love the set up! That is some fine looking color on those yard birds! I may have to look into this spinner thing!

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                  #12
                  Fantastic! Where did you find the rotisserie motor?

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                    #13
                    Welcome to The Pit from Minnesota. Nice set up and chickens.

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                      #14
                      I wonder if the wife would let me do this in the family room fireplace?

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                      • Ahumadora
                        Ahumadora commented
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                        Yep, Quite common in the middle of winter to have a small parrilla in front of the fire cooking the family dinner while heating the house.

                      #15
                      Welcome to the pit!
                      Damn cool set-up..
                      Cheers from Norway

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