About Us (cont'd)

Max Good
Max is the man in charge of finding the best products for the AmazingRibs.com Equipment Reviews section. Max loves barbecue so much that he took his barbecue sauce recipes, had them bottled, and now sells them around the country. read more
David Joachim
David Joachim (sounds like rock 'em) has authored, edited, or collaborated on more than 45 cookbooks, four of them on barbecue and grilling, and his Food Science column has appeared in "Fine Cooking" magazine since 2011. He’s a perfect match for a website dedicated to the “Science of Barbecue and Grilling.” read more
Ray Johnson
Ray Johnson is our lead vBulletin programmer, the software that runs the Pitmaster Club. It is heavily customized thanks to him. RayJay has 35 years of comprehensive computer knowledge, with extensive experience in hardware, software, networking, programming, and operating systems. read more
Jason King
Kinger loves to cook and shoot videos. A while ago he started sending us short vids he made of my recipes and we loved them. Now several of them now appear on these pages to help you visualize the process. read more
Jerry King
Jerry King draws barbecue and grilling cartoons exclusively for members of The Pitmaster Club. He is one of the most published cartoonists in the world, with a client list of Disney, American Greetings, and many other companies, worldwide. read more
Lisa Lynott
Lisa is a technical illustrator who studied illustration and graphic design at the American Academy of Art, Chicago, and scientific and botanical illustration at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, IL. A senior designer at the Brookfield Zoo, Lisa's animal and plant illustrations have appeared in zoo exhibits. read more
Aaron "Huskee" Lyons
Huskee is the manager of our Pitmaster Club. Born and raised in central Michigan, so he calls it "pop" not soda. His dad loved making burgers and chicken on the gas grill, and thus began his love of all things barbecue. read more
Jim Maivald
Jim Maivald is head of our technical team. He is an Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) and Adobe Certified Instructor (ACI) with over 30 years of experience working with graphic design. He has written 10 books for Adobe Press and hundreds of articles on graphic design and electronic publishing. read more
Nate Maliwacki, Video Recipes
Nate films, edits, and produces instructional recipe videos for us and his own YouTube channel,"White Thunder BBQ". His goal is to teach and inspire viewers to cook with live fire and have fun. His family loves eating what he shoots (with his camera, not a gun). read more
Dr. Antonio Mata, PhD
Dr. Antonio Mata, PhD, is a meat scientist known around the world as "The Meat Geek". He has been a Consulting Technical Coordinator to the National Cattlemen's Beef Association and the discoverer of the Petite Tender steak and the Las Vegas Strip Steak. He was also involved in the discovery of the flatiron steak. read more

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