Rotisseries

A small electric motor rotates product on a spit as moist, hot air circulates around food and throughout the rotisserie's cavity.

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One of the biggest benefits of rotisseries is that customers can see product cooking, which promotes the theater experience and may help increase revenue.

Outdoor kitchens generally use a mobile platform and can include almost any type of foodservice equipment. Outdoor grills remain a popular equipment choice due to their versatility.

Here, Bruce Hodge, president of General Parts & Service, Bloomington, Minn., provides insight into extending the service life of rotisseries.

Consultant Q&A with James Camacho, president, Camacho, Atlanta

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