Originally Posted by Corey123
I never knew that a whole turkey can be grilled.
I thought that it needed an enclosed heated environment to cook properly.
Well, I've only done it using indirect grilling with the grill lid on, but I imagine it's possible to grill a butterflied turkey on an open grill.
The locals who cook spare ribs and chicken on the beaches of the Caribbean move the meats back and forth over hot, medium hot and cool sections of their flat, open grills until the food is done and customers are ready to buy. Some of the best ribs I've EVER had were cooked that way (no BBQ sauce, just a sprinkling of several seasonings).
I bet they'd be great at grilling a turkey, too!