Ewald Mosel keeps the schwenkers swinging to ensure that the pork cooks evenly, while hungry guests look on. Deena Prichep/NPR hide caption

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Creating A Schwenker World, One Backyard Grill At A Time

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Clean Your Grill, And Other Hot Holiday Tips From Food Network's Alton Brown

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