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Women S Double Breasted Blazer A New Day Cream XS Ivory
Add a smarter finish top your casual or formal wardrobe with this Double Breasted Blazer from A New Day™. In a neutral color this long-sleeve blazer is crafted from lightweight fabric with soft lining that allows you to move through your day with ease. It features a classic silhouette with beautifully notched lapels and bound interior seams to define the classic shape. Plus the front button down and front pockets add functional flair to your look. Wear over a tucked-in tee or a button-down shirt along with jeans or trousers to amp up your tailored style. Size: XS. Color: Cream. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Rayon.
Mountain Hiker "Phil G. Giriodi": Rotisserie chicken, roasted vegetables, a roast roasted to perfection or pork chops that are juicy are just a few food items that I prepare on a regular basis. You can also use the top of this unit to keep other food items hot. It is also very easy to clean either by hand or in a dishwasher. I can't imagine a kitchen without a Ronco rotisserie
Mr. Dale A. Stagg "dstagg": This thing makes a great tasting rotisserie chicken. I have used this multiple times and even bring in my RV camping for a fresh cooked rotisserie chicken. It can cook two chickens at a time if desired and cleanup is pretty easy. I prefer the Cornish hens and two at a time will feed a small family and does great.
mythology101: I've had problems with this rotisserie because it smokes from time to time. I have to leave my stove fan on and finally I just put it outside. Then it started squeaking. I put vegie oil on the turning points but it didn't help much. Cleaning the unit and taking chicken out of the unit isn't easy. Why doesn't the inside have a non-stick surface is beyond me. This smokey dirty squeaky mess is now permanently outside. In fact, I think I will go outside right now and kick it.
Nancy G. Conner "ladyjessica": I've roasted 13lb turkeys, 10lb hams, 2 5lb whole chickens, etc., multiple times! IT'S FAST! IT'S EASY! IT'S WONDERFUL!!! Do buy a roll of butcher's twine/string for the turkey and chickens.
Passau: This rotisserie makes cooking AMAZING, restaurant quality chicken and turkey so easy! Beyond the taste of perfectly cooked rotisserie chicken or turkey, the ease of use is what makes me love this rotisserie. It is such a no brainer for people like me who are not seasoned cooks. You simply tie the wings and legs to the bird, spear the bird onto the spit, pop it into the rotisserie, choose the cooking time, and start it with the simple press of a button.That's it! And your result will be rotisserie chicken or turkey with a crispy outer skin and moist, juicy meat inside. Due to the ease of using this rotisserie I can now invite over guests for dinner without worrying that I might get distracted talking to my guests and burn or dry out the bird that I am cooking because I forget to baste it or because I leave the bird in the oven for too long. Instead, with the rotisserie, you just follow the cooking times recommended in the included manual and you get a perfectly cooked bird every time. My family and guests have raved about the meals that I have prepared with this rotisserie. They have even told me that the birds I cook in it taste better than chicken or turkey that they have ordered at nice restaurants and they often compliment how moist the rotisserie chicken or turkey is to taste.My tips for cooking the bird in the rotisserie are as follows:1) Brine, brine, brine!! Brine the bird in a pot of salt water for at least a few hours before you cook it. You can add other herbs and spices to the brine mixture (many recipes for brining are available online) but I usually just brine it with a cup of salt, with amazing results. Brining the bird before you cook it will ensure that you have an extra moist bird after you have cooked it. I have tried cooking birds without brining and I am always disappointed as they taste a bit too dry and have less flavor than when I brine them.2) Remove the bird from the brine solution, and run it under cold water. I then rub the bird with the rub of my choice. One rub that I like is theTom Douglas Chicken Rub. After I put the rub on the bird I tie the bird's legs and wings to the bird. You don't want the legs or wings to be loose in the rotisserie or it will smoke when the loose wings or legs hit the heating element in the rotisserie as it spins and that can cause a fire hazard. The ties that I prefer to use are found here: Rotisserie Elastic Food Ties EFT-50 You should buy extra ones as only a handful of ties are included with the rotisserie when you buy it.3) After the bird is tied, I spear it onto the spit starting at the neck, through the cavity and out near the end of the legs. Be careful where you place your hands as you spear it so that you don't spear yourself while you are first learning to do this. You also want to make sure that the bird is nicely centered on the spit so that it spins well in the rotisserie. After spearing the bird on the spit and attaching the remaining metal plate to the end of the spit I slide the bird into the rotisserie, close the door and push the button for the correct time for the weight of the bird. This can be found in the included manual. Usually, for a 9 to 12 lb bird it takes me around 1.8 to 2.5 hours. I always recommend checking the internal temperature with a thermometer to make sure that the bird is completely cooked to at least 165 degrees. I check the temperature several times while it cooks to ensure that I don't overcook it.My other tips:- To easily remove the hot bird while still on the spit from the rotisserie simply place a plate under the bird and lift it up and out of the rotisserie. Set the plate aside and wait a few minutes until the metal spit is cool enough to remove the bird from the metal spit without burning your fingers. This way you don't have to use the included gloves to remove it.- Be sure to clean the rotisserie and clean out the drippings pan before using it again or the drippings can overflow and make a huge mess.-Be sure not to leave anything on top of the rotisserie, even when you are not using it. I forgot to move a toaster off of the top of the rotisserie when I cooked a bird and the cord of the toaster completely melted and ruined the toaster (and also it could have started a fire.)My next goal is to try different meats in the rotisserie as I have read reviews that the rotisserie cooks a variety of meats with amazing results. However, just on my experience cooking turkey and chicken, I feel confident saying that you will not regret purchasing this rotisserie and will likely find yourself using it several times per week. No longer will you have to eat tasteless frozen pre packaged chicken or turkey breasts! I love this rotisserie and have already gifted it to several family members, who also rave about it. It definitely makes entertaining and serving tasty meals of chicken or turkey very easy!