Earlier in our podcast season, we did a show on the Roto-Broil 400—a rotisserie machine that’s over 60 years old but still has a healthy cult following of home cooks.
(If you haven’t listened, you might want to go back and do that—today's episode will make a lot more sense.)
After we aired that episode, we received an email from the son-in-law of the inventor. In his email, he wrote:
“You see, my wife’s father, Leon Klinghoffer, was the inventor of the Roto Broil. Yes, that Leon Klinghoffer.”
Today’s episode is Leon's story; his daughters, Ilsa and Lisa, joined us in the studio to tell it.
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