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spit

(spĭt) [AS. spittan]
1. Saliva.
2. To expectorate spittle.
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The skin has that delicate crispiness you only get from a rotisserie with the chicken moist and juicy inside.
For the main course, after drooling over the rotisserie chicken cooking in front of me, I chose a half portion of chicken with sweet potato fries and market greens, with a pot of gravy.
The automatic self-cleaning rotisserie features a patent-pending water jet design to handle the grease collection while minimizing water use.
"If you want to look at what the industry does well, we can look at rotisserie chicken.
I tried the rotisserie chicken on ciabatta with Italian cheese.
With easy to use dials, convection, rotisserie and ample space, etc.
Costco's rotisserie chicken program is governed by something called the two-hour rule.
Supermarket chain Morrisons is calling for a Government U-turn on the controversial hot chicken levy after a study revealed the new VAT rule will add 88p to the price of a whole cooked bird, fresh off the rotisserie.
One thing Miller picked up during his travels was his idea for duck at Ssam Bar: the whole rotisserie duck served every day, which guests must reserve in advance, and the duck lunch served Monday through Friday.
Besides the Bulgarian restaurant, La Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise in Prague, Czech Republic, Valsabbion in Pula, on the Croatian Adriatic coast, La Rotisserie in Warsaw, Poland, Chateau Visz in Hugarian Berencse puszta, Heritage a a French restaurant in Bucharest, Restaurant Zaplet in Belgrade, Serbia, Camouflage in Bratislava, Slovakia, Pri Lojzetu in Castle Zemono in Vipava, Slovenia, and MA1/4zedechanga in Istanbul, Turkey, have been included in the prestigious list by an international CEEfood jury.
A larger range of fresh food will be available and the new supermarket will have a bakery and a hot chicken rotisserie.