The Angry Viking Will Protect Your Roast Beef
More from my Saturday series of 1970s decorating.
This gas-fired unit, like most others, has an electrically operated rotisserie attachment. The grill is installed on an outside wall where venting is easiest. Countertop areas on either side provide plenty of working space. In this installation, the countertop and backsplash have a mosaic tile surface from which greasy splatters wipe up easily. The stainless steel covering around the rotisserie gives protection, too. The dark hood is slim and decorative. Inside a powerful fan, carries fumes and grease droplets away.