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LOVE my Baby George Rotissorie - another great garage sale item!

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Yup, that's right! I bought it at a garage sale for $8.00. Didn't come with directions, but this ol' brain of mine figured it out and it works grrrrEAT! Chicken is my favorite thing to eat (well, chocolate is, but I'm talkin' more healthy protein things) Only takes about an hour an a half to cook, once you lasso it up and stab it on the skewer. Anyway, the lady I bought it from said it was her mothers and she only used it twice. Said she didn't like it any more 'cause it had some baked on grease on it. Ha-Ha, big deal, my bargain now!........

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  • DOLPHINNUT
    I love garage sales and thrift stores, I always go to thrift stores when my son needs new suits, I can buy the whole suit and take it to the dry cleaners for about a third of what a new one would cost!
    3672 days ago
  • KATIEWELL
    Sounds like you figured out how to cook without using your kitchen so much. emoticon
    3672 days ago
  • SILVERWITCH59
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    3673 days ago
  • PEACEFUL-SPIRIT
    Happy Grilling! emoticon
    3673 days ago
  • PETERTAWFIK
    well i love chicken too
    tip:they sell new ziploc bags that you can cook a tenderbird 10 ounce frozen chicken breast in it in less than 8 minutes in a
    MICROWAVE
    very healthy lunch and u can top it while frozen with any spices
    i love it
    3673 days ago
  • DORSKI
    I am amazed at what people put into yards sales. I have been debating getting a rotissorie but don't want to pay the price of a new one. Maybe i'll get lucy and find one the next time i go to a yard sale.
    3673 days ago
  • CSDAYS
    I love garage sale items too. It makes it better if you think you got a deal and can use it. Find another one!!

    Shirley emoticon
    3673 days ago
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