Auspit Rotisseries Featured on Public Radio Outdoors Show
Today, outdoor media personality Luke Clayton featured Auspit in his weekly Public Radio outdoors show. The 15-minute interview, which covers the advantages of rotisserie and techniques for rotisserie cooking, is available online.
Nov. 23, 2011 - PRLog -- While Auspit Rotisseries has received considerable media attention over the years, today marked the first time that Auspit was featured on Public Radio. The appearance came on Luke Clayton’s weekly outdoors show on KETR 88.9 FM in northeast Texas.
During the 15-minute piece, outdoor media personality Luke Clayton interviews Auspit North America’s “Chief Kangaroo” Jon Sattler covering many aspects of rotisserie cooking. Discussions included how to set up your fire, how to prepare and cook a turkey over a fire pit, the advantages of rotisserie cooking and advantages that the Auspit rotisserie (http://www.auspitbbq.com)
A rebroadcast can be heard at: http://www.ketr.org/
Outdoors writer/radio host/book author Luke Clayton has been addicted to everything outdoors related since his childhood when he grew up hunting and fishing in rural northeast Texas. Luke pens a weekly newspaper column that appears in over fifty newspapers. Luke's past newspaper articles are archived here each week, as well as the current column, for your reading enjoyment.. Everything from bow-hunting for deer to drift fishing for catfish, to gigging bull frogs perks his interest. Luke's said he's only found one thing in the outdoors that he doesn't consider fun, and that's grappling for catfish. He'd much rather stay on the bank or in the boat and catch them on rod and reel! Follow his columns and listen to his weekly radio show throughout the year and you'll surely get exposed to many facets of the outdoor life.
Listen to Outdoors With Luke Clayton for a new show each week at Luke Clayton Outdoors | Catfish Radio http://www.catfishradio.com/
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So simple, so delicious, Auspit is an innovative battery-powered rotisserie that can be used from the back woods to the back yard. It holds up to 18 pounds and two D-sized batteries drive the motor up to 90 hours. Auspit accessories are unique worldwide.
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