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Mail Order/Internet Accessories

edited 7:31AM in EggHead Forum
Hey Gang -
Am happy with dealer I just got my 1st Egg from, but would like to come up with an EZ mail order/internet source for ordering accessories & stuff I imagine I will need from time to time. Can stuff be ordered direct from Egg headquarters in GA? Not really clear from B.G.E. website if this is an option or not. If not, any recommendations for good mailorder/internet source? Also - any recommendations for mailorder source for smoking wood types I can't come up with on my own here in PA? 1st Egg (large) is sitting on deck waiting for dealer backordered dual function metal top/daisywheel B4 1st cook; killing time doing Egg research & homework in the meanwhile...


  • CatCat Posts: 556
    E.B.,[p]Yes, BGE in Atlanta does mail order (by phone not online).[p]Another good source for toys is [p]As for smoking woods, one source I like is; they have a nice selection & offer small quantities, so you can try new woods at little expense.[p]No need to wait for that dual function top to break in your new Egg. It's not needed at all for high-temp grilling. And for low-and-slow cooks, the temp can be controlled quite handily through the lower vent alone. Just start a small fire, & narrow the vent when the dome temp is 50-100 degrees below your target. I rarely use the top unless I want to keep the dome temp below 250.[p]Welcome to the BGE family, & holler if we can help.[p]Cathy

  • JimWJimW Posts: 450
    Another good wood and lump source is

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