Rotisserie Food Tie OFFICIAL WEBSITE - Product Information
SUPER-STRETCH Elastic Food Ties ® are especially made to compliment your Rotisserie
Oven / Grill, these elastic loops will keep the chicken wings and legs close to the
body in order to keep them from burning or drying out during the cooking process.
These ties are a must if you are thinking about owning a rotisserie or already have
one. These ties can replace the ones that came with your Ronco or George Foreman
All of our ties are the same size (7" diameter) and are stretchable tight up to 360%
(25" Diameter). Can even be used across large turkeys with no problems. Whether you
decide to cook in the oven or deep fried (Cajun style), our elastic ties will do
the trick in order to keep those succulent juices in where they belong.
The Chicken Ties withstand temperatures of up to 500°F.
Rotisserie Chicken Leg Fasteners provide another simplistic method for holding the
legs together in the optimum position to avoid burning and helps retain the juices
during the cooking process. Simply slip the Rotisserie Fasteners over the hocks and
the bird is ready to roast or rotisserie. Use the Rotisserie Fasteners for seasoned
rotisserie birds for an attractive finished look! Made of material that will not
melt in your oven or grill.
The Leg Fasteners withstand oven temperatures of up to 500°F.
14” Rough Coated BBQ Grill Gloves compliment your Rotisserie Oven, BBQ Grill, or
Smoker. These gloves enable you to handle large hot pieces of meat such as Chickens,
Turkeys, Briskets, Ribs, Pork Shoulders etc... right off the grill. All this without
the fear of getting burned!
The exterior is made up of a special PVC / Nitrile Blend. The hand portion of the
gloves are rough coated which gives you an excellent grip on your slippery meats.
Excellent for slicing meats on your cutting board!
The interior is constructed of a very soft Jersey Liner for extra protection and
comfort. A 14” gauntlet also provides extra arm protection while reaching deep into
your grill. One size fits most.
Do not use gloves for directly handling metal hardware in excess of 250°F.