This World Rodizio Irish Shepherd's Pie is so freagin simply delicious and here's how it's done.

*Before we fire up the spits, let's do a quick equipment, utility, and ingredient check to make sure we have everything we need to recreate this recipe exactly as you see in the video. If you are missing anything, just substitute it with what you normally use when grilling outdoors or order what you're missing from the links provided. 


 1 Carson Kit

 1 Power Supply (Can use the AC, this DC Supply, or 1 USB Cords With Power Strip)

 1 Reliable Fire Source That Fits The Kit. I used The Roadcase this spin.

 2 Griddle Tops

 1 Sharp Knife

 1 Pair Of Good Tongs 

 1 Griddle Top

 1 Slim Jim Trash Can

 1 Slim Jim Charcoal Wood Can

 1 Umbrella, Tent, Or Some Sort Of Shelter Incase Of Weather

 2 Outdoor Lights


 1 Bag Of Charcoal

1 Lighter

1 Roll Of Paper Towels

1 Bottle Of Peroxide Spray (For Sanitation)

1 Box Of Plastic Gloves (For Prepping and Cleaning)


 1 Onion

 1 Olive Oil

 1 Ground Beef

 1 Parsley

 1 Thyme

 1 Rosemary

 1 Salt

 1 Pepper

 1 Minced Garlic

 1 Worcestershire Sauce

 1 Flour

 1 Tomato Paste

 1 Peanut Butter

 1 Beef Broth

 1 Frozen Peas, Carrots, and Corn

 1 Potatoes

 1 Butter

 1 Half & Half

 1 Munster Cheese

 1 Brussel Sprouts



 Glenlivet Whiskey  


Do you have everything listed above and is all of it in fine fresh working order?

Yes - (Then proceed to getting your spin on!)

No - (Either roll with what you got or wait until you're 100% ready to rock.)



Step 1.) Fire up your fire source. I'm using The Carson Rodizio Roadcase for everything here. 

Step 2.) Clamp the corn and the burgers Tightly in The Basket Skewer.

Step 3.) Season with Kosher salt and butter while spinning on the rotisserie.

Step 4.) Spin over a hot fire for ~20 minutes for the burgers and ~40 for the corn.

Step 5.) Fix burger the way you like it. I like it like you see in the video.


Step 6.) Enjoy With Whiskey, Coke, and Lime


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