Re: Weber Summit gas rotisserie cooking question
- From: Cleatarrior <cleatarrior@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 15:32:38 -0600
On 3/23/2010 2:13 PM, Kent wrote:
"Cleatarrior"<cleatarrior@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On 3/23/2010 10:25 AM, Kent wrote:The product used by Ruth Chris is made by a company called Salamandar."Mark G7#9"<markg9@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I've been using the Weber bullet (WSM) for ages and love it. NeverI don't have specific experience with the Summit. I think it has three
liked the gas Webers since they didn't get hot enough for searing.
Just picked up a new Summit SS NG that has a "searing station" and a
rotisserie. Very impressive heat output I must say. Gets to over 700
in less than 10 minutes.
I tried using the spit with only the infrared burner (as per manual),
but a friend told me that a better way is to use the bottom burners
and lay a pan under the chickens. Just wanted to confirm with the
experts here. The infrared only chickens came out ok but it took
almost 2 hours for two 3 pound birds.
horizontal burners as do most of the other Weber grills. I'd use the drip
pan under the middle burner and leave it off. I don't see any reason why
can't use the front and back burners, and the infrared at the same time.
I'm very interested in the infrared searing burner. Can it char grill a
steak like a steak at the Ruth Chris' steak houses, [
http://ruthchris.com/Menu/Steaks ] ,a steak without grill marks, but with
just char and pink rare edge to edge? Look at the NY strip on the menu.
That's what Id like to create in the back yard.
Tried one, short answer, no. I was able to get my neighbor's up to the mid
800s, but a commercial operation like Ruth's works at 1200-1500f. I don't
think anything back yard can hit that, save for a grease fire ;-)
And you nailed it on the cold-smoking and salmon, back to Costco...
Apparently it broils from above, like an oven. Costco has had a home version
of that made by the same company.
Check the prices, $1679 for a full unit! Wow.
I like to make gravlax when I can get fresh wild salmon at decent? prices.
A senior lady in a high brow market told me she makes the gravlax, and then
paints a bit of liquid smoke on the raw fish to create cold smoked salmon.
Sacreligious, but I'm going to try it.
BTW Trader Joes has decent cold smoked salmon at decent prices. You can get
it in small packages.
I've had theirs, like the rest of their products, it's excellent.
I like the Costco Kasilof brand a lot too.
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