Every hotel, resort, club, caterer and professional chef should have a the commercial version of La Caja China
Miami, Florida (Vocus) September 1, 2009
La Caja China, the pig roasting box so popular among consumers, is now available in a commercial model for hotels, resorts, professional chefs and caterers. La Caja China—the full size pig roasting box that cooks an entire pig perfectly in less than four hours—allows chefs to serve guests, convention parties and other catered events the divine flavors of a roasted pig without the worry or logistical messiness of traditional efforts.
The commercial La Caja China (pronounced: La Ka’ha Chee’na) is a full-size, stainless steel roasting box that sits on wheeled leg supports. Besides producing the best-tasting roasted pig, it allows hotels and resorts to move catered events or guest parties outside, saving critical inside space for conferences, conventions and meetings.
"Every hotel, resort, club, caterer and professional chef should have a the commercial version of La Caja China," said Roberto "Robert" Guerra, President of La Caja China International, Inc., manufacturer and distributor of La Caja China. "They need the pig roasting box because it cooks a whole pig perfectly with a crispy skin in under four hours every time. It takes the guesswork out of pig roasting, which improves service and makes a return on a manager’s party investment more controllable."
Professional chefs, like Bobby Flay whose show "Throwdown! with Bobby Flay" recently highlighted La Caja China, praise the box for its simplicity and perfect results. Unlike a traditional grill that cooks with direct flame, La Caja China’s overhead heat source protects the integrity of the meat and the flavor of the marinade, and stimulates a steaming effect to keep the meat juicy. The pig emerges from the roasting box with crispy skin and deeply succulent meat. Whether roasting a pig at a Hawaiian luau, on the Ritz Carlton patio, or at a beachside resort, La Caja China prepares the meat deliciously every time.
Unlike the consumer roasting box, the commercial La Caja China is made from stainless steel for easy use and cleanup. The cover doubles as a work prep table and serving tray, and comes with a built-in electric smoker. The commercial model has a wind protector so chefs can cater outside and at seaside parties; all charcoal and wood ashes are contained and cannot blow in the wind. And it also has a grill top for the added cooking flexibility of traditional American barbequing.
"When roasting a pig for a party, chefs have many other issues to deal with besides managing a finicky rotisserie or pit roaster; they want to focus on other parts of the meal, and still know that the pig will be cooked perfectly," Guerra said. "Because La Caja China is so simple to use and the results are perfect every time, hotels, resorts, caterers and professional chefs can easily organize impressive parties with unique cuisine. The added features of the La Caja China commercial roasting box provide great flexibility to respond to customer requests."
La Caja China commercial costs $3,650.00, with an estimated average ROI of 6 pigs. It ships pre-assembled.
For 20 years, La Caja China International, Inc., has manufactured and distributed La Caja China pig roasting box. The company is located in Miami, Florida. For more information visit: http://www.lacajachina.com, or call 800-338-1323.