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"You've achieved success in your field when you don't know whether what you're doing is work or play."

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In November 2017 we completely rebuilt this website to make navigation more user friendly, make pages load faster, and make it easier for our team to... read more
Meathead interviewed Anderson
Glad you stopped by. Sit a spell and take some time to visit. There's a lot to, ahem, consume on this site. I am the editor and the author of most of... read more
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These are the Terms of Service and info about the way we run this site. About this website AmazingRibs.com is all about the science and art... read more
The hub of the Pitmaster Club is The Pit, a forum exclusively for members. You can share cooking tips and techniques, recipes, pictures, news, your... read more
Meathead Book
Clearly I am a net head. That's how you and I met, right here on the interwebs. In fact, I first started publishing online in the 1980s, long before... read more
Leader Dogs For The Blind is one of the largest schools for training service dogs in the nation, founded in 1939. About 300 dogs a year graduate from... read more
I found the site a couple of months ago while searching recipes for smoked ribs. WOW! Kind of like looking for sparkly stuff in a stream bed and... read more
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All the articles, recipes, and tips on technique, on AmazingRibs.com are written by Meathead but I stand on the shoulders of some very helpful people... read more
Much more media praise on the page about our book, "Meathead, The Science of Great Barbecue and Grilling". Science Friday on NPR I have appeared... read more
I am often asked to speak about the secrets of the success of this business, and after the nuts and bolts of internet adfvertsing, memberships, etc.... read more

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