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Old 07-26-2003, 07:43 PM
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Has anyone bought a Ronko Rotisserie from off of tv?

Ill admit it, I actually sat through most of an infomercial today while I was feeding my daughter. The food looked really good, LOL!! Has anyone bought one of these? Im wondering if they really work like they say they do. Im looking for some feedback before I spend that kind of money on a machine like that.

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Old 07-27-2003, 09:58 AM
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ajrsmom~~~~I have mine about 3 years now. Bought mine at a department store not TV. It does do what they say foods come out great. I am in fact making a roast beef in mine tonight. Most people just hate to clean everything out after it is cooked. Usually I clean everything before eating since my Dh washes the dishes. It is very safe to use and the meat thermometer really gives an exact temperature when done. I would recommend it to anyone.
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Old 07-27-2003, 01:48 PM
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Tami, after my mother (Blondie) bought one off the TV, she liked it so much that she bought me one. We both agree with has a great reputation for everything it states. I have one suggestion to give to you tho. That is, do some comparison shopping, before you buy from the TV. Many stores carry them now, and you just might get a better bargin. You'll have to let us know what you decide... okay? If and when you might buy one, I know that you'll love it.
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Old 07-27-2003, 03:03 PM
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Ajrsmom~~~~ Glad to hear both Autumn and Blondie have the Ronco. My first meal was a thanksgiving turkey which came out tender and juicey. There are all size models. Mine is the touch pad model no dials to turn. I see now they have cook books in target for Rotisserie Oven Cooking by Sandra Rudoloff. I find by covering the tray with tin foil have less clean up. Adding a drop of oil on the ends where it turns helps elimanate the noise of it turning. The only precaution is not to put under cabinets without adequate room on all sides since it can get very hot.I know you will enjoy it too.
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Old 08-20-2003, 11:35 PM
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My son-in-law bought one at Sam's if I remember correctly and one day while I was over there during the Thanksgiving/Christmas season, he cooked a pretty big turkey in it. It was delicious. The only thing I would miss is the debis in a cooking roaster where you can make a roux with the turkey juices and it makes a wonderful gravy. That's how I bake all my turkey breast (my kids & I really don't care for the dark meat). After the meal is over, I end up make a file' gumbo with hot sausage balls taken out the casing and rolled into tiny balls, covered in Bisquick and fried, drained and placed in my gumbo. My kids expect that at least a few times a year along with their requests for lasagna.
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