I think it is probably a Country kitchen! :-)
long time ago I was working for a guy starting a franchise and made his "Super larkis" (Aussie jumbuck version) in front of customers. He had a couple of the vertical rotisseries and his sauce was a "secret" but the cayenne pepper was an obvious ingredient which strangely did not affect my stomach ulcers unlike hot capscium (chillies). He was sued by a large fuel company because of his franchise name: he had done all the relevent searches but they won (on a technicality)but were ordered to pay for new signage, stationery etc for his new franchise name. Unfortunately the new name was never going to attract customers like "Jumbucks":- you can smell the lamb roasting just by the name and legend of the swagman. I moved on to better things but remembering the taste ,I'm getting hungry again.