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Batch oven.

 
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This might intrest some

http://donkey32.proboards.com/thread/1028/batch-oven
 
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They wasted the drippings. If that was a good home grown chicken, there should be a special place in hell for that.

It seems to have done a nice job.
 
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Dale, it was a good grown chicken.

Tho, it had been in the fridge a smidge long, hence the try. Taste perfect tho. But i definately need to find a tray to fit in there.
 
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