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"I have used this recipe many times, mainly with a 12 to 14 pound turkey on the Farberware Rotisserie. EVERY TIME it turns out perfect. I always love it when people tell me what the Farberware can and cant handle. If you have a Farberware, it can handle up to a 14 pound turkey no problem. Thank you for posting !!!!! :"
Dec 28, 2012 on Food.com
"This was the second time I have made these after a few years. The first time I barbecued them through the whole process, and they turned out pretty good. This time , I baked them. I browned them for 20 minutes by just baking them at the 325 and not broiling them. Everything else I did just as stated in this great recipe. The sauce is out of this w..."
Nov 3, 2012 on Food.com
"This recipe is a total winner. I have been putting 14 pound turkeys on the rotisserie for years ,thinking the oven will never compete again. The big trick here, is putting the breast side DOWN for at least the first hour of cooking.Then turn it back over and follow the directions as stated. The butter and spice rub is priceless. All I can say is, ..."
Aug 23, 2009 on Food.com
"Your Sauce recipe is outstanding. The ribs turned out pretty good due to the fact I was watching them on the grill every 10 minutes, and that was on LOW heat. When you say place ribs over medium heat? Does that mean meat side down? Or bone side down??? Need to be more specific on the actual grilling directions. Other than that these ribs are great."
May 19, 2008 on Food.com