Take approx 7 Lb (3 Kg) turkey breast. Thaw (if frozen). Coat with mixture of ground black pepper, papprika, and onion powder. Stuff the cavity with cranberries (fresh if available, canned acceptible), place in clean bucket. Pour over breast cranberry liquour (made at home preferably, mixture of vodka and cranberry juice), seal lid, place in refrigerator to marinade 24 hours.
Remove from bucket, pour out cranberries. Place turkey breast on rotisserie spit, and cook in rotisserie for 10 minutes per pound (approx. 22 minutes / Kg) until done. Temperature? Hm, that's a tougher one. I'm not sure our little rotisserie has a temperature control. It's a separate oven unto itself. Herself says, conventional oven 300F / 150C but still, until done. Baste with marinade cranberry liquour.
Oh. My. God.
Oh... Cranberry Liquour.
Fresh berries approx .5 Kg / 1 Lb. (Whole canned, cooked cranberries may be substitued if fresh absolutely not available)
500 Ml cranberry juice (The Good Stuff, undiluted & pure)
500 Ml 80 proof Vodka
Place in sealed jar, shake 1x daily for 10 days
Pour into saucepot (3 L or 3 Qt), place on stove on medium - medium high heat. Add something between 4 cups to 12 cups sugar, depending on taste for sweetness. Dissolve all sugar into liquid. Let cool. Bottle. Seal. Save for when you reeeaaally reeeaaally want it.