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Vintage Faberware Rotisserie Grill Indoor Hearth Broiler INCOMPLETE

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Product Description

New, Complete part, Foldable Leg

Product Information

Product Dimensions 24 x 15 x 15 inches
Item Weight 10.8 pounds
Shipping Weight 10.8 pounds
Manufacturer Faberware
ASIN B000JEZCIC
Item model number 455N-455ND
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4.0 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #460,154 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#197 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Ovens & Toasters > Rotisseries & Roasters
Date first available at Amazon.com October 4, 2006

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By Jill Brooks on December 30, 2007
I have been using this Rotisserie for over twenty years and my Mom had one before that which she used for at least as long. It makes THE most tender, delectable, juicy, flavorful chicken you will ever put in your mouth with a delicious crispy skin that is also out of this world. (Yes, we eat the skin, but we watch our saturated fats elsewhere in order to enjoy this delicacy)
A few years ago my Mom bought me one of those "Set it and forget it" enclosed Rotisserie ovens. It does not make anywhere near as good a chicken as this Farberware Rotisserie. It cooks it faster so it is not as tender and because it is enclosed the skin does not get crispy.And cleaning it was nearly impossible! I gave that Rotisserie away, and now only use my Farberware.
Also there is a grill piece you can put in so you can grill steaks, porkchops or whatever you want on it. I rarely use this, but occassionally if we're planning to grill and realize we're out of charcoal we'll use this to grill our steaks. I gave this Rotisserie to my stepson's mother and they grill on it quite often!
The way I fix my chicken is to put it on the spit and while it is turning sprinkle it liberally with garlic salt, lemon pepper and paprika. (The paprika also helps to give it a beautiful brown color)
I usually get a chicken between four to four and a half pounds and cook it for three and a half to four hours depending on the size.
You can also cook cornish game hens, and tomorrow night for New years I am going to cook a duck on it!
The only drawback as far as I am concerned is that because it takes so long to cook, you do have to plan ahead to be home for several hours before you plan to eat.
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I just bought a replacement for the one I used for over 20 years. No rotisserie offed today will do what this model will, too bad they quit making it. I was glad Amazon was able to put me in touch with someone who had a used model. In years past I've cooked turkeys, duel chickens,boneless pork roasts but the best is a beef rib roast with garlic and rosemary! Everything was always better cooked on the rotisserie.
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I had one of these originaly, but it disapeared. When I finally found this one, I bought it. Although it was advertised as "used" I could not tell it. It is as remembered and I love it. I don't know why Farberware stopped making them because they are teriffic.

Fr. Ray Goodman
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There are a lot of online descriptions about how this works, so it seems silly to rehash all of them, but I will say it's NOT a gimmick. The way these work is ingenious. The heating element is placed into the body of this thing, and based on the angle and shape of the body, the heat gets directly aimed from the element, and also reflected upward from the sides. So the food gets cooked almost as it is floating in the air instead of on a heated grill. Any fat or dripping goes down into the drip pan. Not going to lie... clean up is bulky, but it's easy because nothing gets burned onto a cooking surface because the cooking surface is mostly the air. There's basically no spatter or splatter, and you can actually cook some great stuff indoors without going to bed and waking up smelling like you slept in the kitchen of a local steak house. This is not an exaggeration.

I honestly think the only reason Farberware stopped making them is because every house had one - and they last forever. Simple, easy to maintain, and I think also bulky... So people who had them got away from them just because they took up so much cabinet space. But if you're like me and don't want to fry everything in a pan or go outside and fire up the grill (awesome, but a lot of work!), this is THE BEST option... it's no compromise at all.
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No longer available, but take heart. They are all over E-bay for about $40. I got a good lightly used one, $42 and that included shipping. They are one of the easiest to use, finest ways to cook any meat, beef, foul, pork, ribs, you name it. Makes the kitchen smell great too, and easy to clean, dishwasher safe.
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My parents has one and we used it all the time in the 60's. I got it in the 80's and used through the 90's. The rotisserie finally died and we tossed it out. I'm looking for one now.
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This is a great Indoor Grill. I have had one for 25 years and it's the most used item in my kitchen. We hope Farberware will reinstate this product!!!! It's the best.
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This is my 3rd open hearth rotisserie. No other way to cook a whole duck to perfection....among other things! Farberware at one time made a small grill that was also perfect for someone alone. I use it frequently.
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