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Wednesday, August 05, 2009

BBQ Equipment: The Auspit

I was recently given an exclusive demo of the Auspit and I'm intrigued. What is an Auspit? Well, "AuspitTM is an easily portable stand-alone battery-powered rotisserie system from Australia that can be used from the mountains to the beach to your backyard, serving five-star meals to 1-16 people at a time. The motor runs for over 90 hours on just two D-sized batteries, and the spit can handle up to 18 pounds of mouth-watering meats, vegetables, etc. -- you name it!"

I really like this little rotisserie. Simple, clean, and it works as advertised. It uses very little fuel and cooks like a machine 10 times its size. The Auspit breaks down and packs away into a small duffel bag and cleans up in minutes. The standard version retails for $139 and the all stainless sells for $172. You can check out their website here.

I wonder if I can get my kids to get me one for my birthday?

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry. Sorry for the poor quality of the photographs. I forgot to take my camera with me that day.

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At 4:04 PM, Blogger Chris said...

and I thought au spit was a dipping sauce for roast beef sandwiches! (ha ha)

That's a cool looking rig. I bet it would be a great crowd drawing item at a festival.

At 1:15 PM, Blogger Rev. Smoke said...

What meats are cooking in your pics? This seems like a really cool product as long as it doesn't tip over!

At 2:37 PM, Blogger WhiteTrashBBQ said...

We cooked a Pork Loin, a boneless leg of lab and a slab of beef - maybe top round. I don't remember which beef cut it twas.

And in the basket was some jicama.

At 3:18 PM, Anonymous kwilson said...

That looks perfect for tailgating this fall. How long did the pork loin take to cook?


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