Rotisserie: Because you love to grill

Using a Weber rotisserie is a ton of fun. A rotisserie transforms an ordinary grilling session into a social event. How could anybody not love meat that has been skewered on a spit and slowly roasted on a grill?

This site is a resource guide to get you started with your rotisserie grilling adventures! This site covers the equipment and techniques you will need to get started. This site also has a ton of ideas for fun things you can grill with your Weber rotisserie.Weber Rotisserie Ribs

The Weber gas grills have been produced in a ton of different sizes so there is no such thing as a “universal” rotisserie for Weber gas grills. Heck, there are even different rotisseries for the Weber Genesis depending upon when yours was made. No problems though, this post will walk you through the gear you need to add a rotisserie to your Weber gas grill.

There has been a lot of progress with Weber kettle rotisseries in the past few years. There are now two excellent rotisseries kits available for the 22.5 inch kettle; Weber and Cajun Bandit. If I were buying a new rotisserie for my Weber kettle I would probably go with the Cajun Bandit. Here is a comparison of the Weber kettle rotisseries. Cajun Bandit also makes the only Weber 26.75 rotisserie on the market.

Whether your rotisserie is on a gas grill or a Weber kettle then one piece of grill bling you need to examine is the Rib-O-Lator. This is the add-on that lets you use your rotisserie for wings, burgers or vegetables.

Using a Weber rotisserie is pretty simple but there are some tips and tricks for making sure you will safely have a great rotisserie experience. Most of this stuff is common sense but all the same I thought folks might enjoy having five simple tips for using a rotisserie.

Don’t be fooled into thinking that the only thing you can do with a rotisserie is roast chickens! Here is a great collection of Weber rotisserie recipes. You can use your Weber rotisserie for ribs, pork loins, tri-tip, chicken wings and just about anything! If it can be cooked on a grill it can be cooked with a rotisserie!