The idea of the Rolla Roaster was conceived and made real in the Clearwater River valley of northern Idaho. The Rolla Roaster, the original marshmallow toasting fork that rotates, are still produced and distributed by a small business in its hometown of Orofino. The region draws tourists from around the world for its fishing and hunting opportunities as well as the 77 miles of curves that is Highway 12. Enjoy these photos from a drive along the National Wild and Scenic River corridor and into the woods- the natural habitat of the Rolla Roaster.
Visit www.RollaRoaster.com to purchase your rotating barbeque forks. Order now and be ready for the holiday gift-giving season!