Perhaps you’ve been inspired by a recent Game of Thrones marathon and fancy chowing down on some delicious spit roast meat. But, it's cold outside, so much so that it almost resembles the bleak frozen wastelands of the northern reaches of Westeros. Well, all you need are a few basic materials to create your very own indoor roasting pit according to this video from ChefSteps.
How to Build an Indoor Roasting Pit
Of course, the first thing you will need is a working indoor fire and adequate ventilation (plus a fire extinguisher to hand and some heat–proof gloves). Then, foil-wrapped trays to reflect the heat onto your chosen meat (in this case a suckling pig), hardwood, vegetable–filled trays to collect the flavoursome meat juices and a cheap cooking spit.
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