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V-shaped turkey roasting rack

Anyone have any idea if I can get one of these (any variation really) on short notice in Suisse Romande, ideally Geneve?

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Old 13.11.2018, 19:21
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Re: V-shaped turkey roasting rack

Or a brining bag, while we're at it!
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Old 13.11.2018, 19:22
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Anyone have any idea if I can get one of these (any variation really) on short notice in Suisse Romande, ideally Geneve?

Out of interest as I have never seen one of those, what are they used for?
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Old 13.11.2018, 20:45
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Out of interest as I have never seen one of those, what are they used for?
I'd put a turkey in it. Not because I know how to really prepare a turkey but because I read the title.
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Re: V-shaped turkey roasting rack

https://www.grillcenter.ch/zubehoer/...green-egg.html
in use :
http://bigtsbge.blogspot.com/2012/11...-egg-plus.html

Do not know how big it is but it overlaps the matching roasting pan which is 26 cm X 35 cm.
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Anyone have any idea if I can get one of these (any variation really) on short notice in Suisse Romande, ideally Geneve?

Presumably the idea is simply to lift the roasting bird above the meat juices. Wouldn't an ordinary roasting tray with a rack suffice? IKEA do one, which isn't very expensive and they have a huge shop in Veyrier (near the airport).
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