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    Hi from Idaho

    Hi from Idaho. I've been visiting amazingribs.com for a number of years and have learned almost everything I know about grilling on this website. I would consider myself an experienced amateur having made brisket, pork butt, ribs, rotisserie birds, pizza, and many others a number of different ways. This is a picture of a turkey i did on my weber kettle grill rotisserie last weekend using Simon and Garfunkel rub.

    The weber kettle is the only grill I have ever used. The rotisserie was a recent gift from my wife and it's been fun to learn how to use it. I'm trying to figure out how to modify the forks so I can roast gyro meat.

    I've also made a number of the BBQ sauces on this website. I recently did a version of the Kansas city style and substituted maple syrup for honey when I discovered i was out of honey half way through putting the ingredients together. It turned out amazing.

    I've been on a vegetable kick lately trying to expand my horizons there on the grill.

    I look forward to discussing and learning from you all here. Click image for larger version

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                          That is either a small turkey or you have one big cutting board!


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                            The cutting board is about 2ft by 2ft. Also a gift from my wife. She had it made by a friend of mine. She is into feeding my grilling habit.

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