"Mr Crackleman" Matt Jackson now has over 3300 members on his Facebook group devoted to the low-cost spit roaster, which costs just $84.90.
I'm very tempted to get one myself as his pork shoulder looked fantastic, although I suspect my wife would be unhappy as I already have a barbecue and a smoker. 😁
Do you have a spit roaster? If so, I'd love to hear what you cook on it.
I do indeed, love mine.
A favourite to do on it is rump cap, which comes as a big clod of meat, which is then cut into thick steaks and onto the rotisserie.
All it needs is salt.
And then I serve it up with some chimmichuri.
Holy moly @MoonshineBen, that looks amazing! You've got me well and truly covered.
I like to partake in a gyros when the weather is nice, but think I need to get a bit more adventurous. Here is a potato-quality photo (complete with flare up) of my last go at it with lamb at one end and a bit of pork at the other.
Side note: how bloody good is chimichurri?
Glad to see you taking advantage of the weather with some gyros. I have to thank you though, I am now both hungry and looking at purchasing the jumbuck spit roaster. My wife and I are both fans of gyros. After a fantastic trip to Greece a couple of years ago it was one of the foods we really loved. I must say your flame-grilled meat looks exceptional.
I look forward to hearing more about what you've been up to and the projects going on around your house and garden.
@Jason, you are killing me here!
I also saw the story and have been in a battle with my Minister Of Home Finances here and she's winning the fight so far. 😭
She's collecting an Ozito Planer for me from Bunnings tomorrow, so I really had no hope in grabbing one of these beauties.
Thanks for rubbing salt into the wounds. 😋
Christmas isn't too far away @Aussie-Garden. Try to be nice rather than naughty in the next few months and you never know...