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FAQ Subject: How does a rotisserie cook meat?
I am a student at the University of Delaware. I am a Nutrition major and we are doing a project on beef. I was wondering if you could answer two questions for me.
1. How does rotisserie cook meat?
2. What cuts of meat are best for rotisserie cooking?
I hope you can help me with my project.
Meat cooks the same whirling noisily on a spit as it does sitting still and quiet on a grill. As far as I am concerned NO beef should be cooked on a spit. The metal rod conducts heat into the center and instead of having a beautiful, juicy pink center, it is overdone brown with an ugly hole in it.
Click into "According to Smoky" from www.barbecuen.com and read "Heat."