La Caja China roasting box. It mainly takes time and patience.
Ashmont Grill and Tavolo) and Chef de Cuisine Nuno Alves (of Tavolo) took delivery of a La Caja China roasting box and their first foray was to roast a pig, to make a Ligurian Porchetta. They purchased a 212-lb., nine month old, Berkshire pig from Brambly Farms in Norfolk. After some butchering, Nuno assembled the porchetta, placed it into the roasting box and let it cook, with minimal attention needed. This is only their first endeavor with La Caja China, and in the future, they may use the box to roast turkeys, cook lobsters, roast lamb or other items. It is a versatile item and between the two restaurants, I am sure it will see much work.
Do you own a La Caja China? If so, what are your thoughts about it?