The Ultimate Rotisserie

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It is has been our Family tradition to gather and party around a Pig Roast. It is amazing how a simple "Party Invitation" can get a lukewarm reception, but when you qualify that it will be a
         "PIG ROAST",
all of a sudden, the response invariably turns to:      
           "YES! WHEN?"   

In the early 1990's, a rotisserie that was rented for the occasion was wobbly, missing parts and rusty in places.
My father, a former General Motors Tool and Die Foreman [who had metal working machines in his basement], looked at this unit and declared that he could make something much better! 
And, he did! 
The original unit he made was the center of many pig roasts over the next two decades, and then became my prototype for "The Ultimate Rotisserie" in 2009. 
Since then, the hand-crafted, Made In America "Ultimate Rotisserie" has been sold around the world - while the original made by my father is still gathering crowds for parties over 30 years later.   Al & Susan Biel