This step by step tutorial of how to build a water wheel cooking rotisserie is a do it yourself project that utilizes the onward flow of a stream to constantly turn the piece of meat till cooked perfectly.
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This is a tutorial on making a waterwheel rotisserie and a recipe for pulled pork. Everyone loves a good pulled pork. And this guide will show you how to make one on a rotisserie completely powered by flowing water. This is perfect if you have a stream or river around your home or if you go camping frequently near running water. Not only will it add a new recipe to your arsenal, it will making cooking easy and extremely entertaining.
For the tutorial on the waterwheel rotisserie, you will need the following materials:
– 5” x ¼” x 4 Hobby Wood
– 1.5 x ¼” x 3 Hobby Wood
– 4’ Wooden Dowels
– Wood Screws
– 10” x 10” x ¾” Piece of Wood
– 72” x 1/2” Threaded Steel Rod
– Drill or Screw Driver
– Wood Glue
– Hot Glue
– Tape or Rope
– Palm Sander
– Garbage Bags
To make the pulled pork, you will need the following ingredients and materials:
– Pork Shoulder
– Meat Thermometer
– BBQ Sauce
– Aluminum Trays
– Paper Towels
And just like that, you’ll have DIY rotisserie pulled pork.