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haywyrehaywyre Posts: 165
edited 11:58PM in EggHead Forum
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<p />Well Last night Gracie did her first cook on the Egg. She wanted to do Hot Dogs. (To Scale of the small egg they looked like pork loins) hehehe. She did everything on her own. I stood back and coached. But you know its funny to watch what she would do just from watchng me in the past. He even set it to maintain at 400. I think I just saved myself money on a BBQ Guru :) The Hot Dogs turned out great. (What doesnt in the egg) So as you can tell we threw out the Easybake and in to the Small egg. I guess Momma needs her medium now :) or should I give her my large and get me a XL ;)[p]God Bless
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  • haywyre,[p]Dude, it just got very dusty in my office. That's awesome. [p]My daughter's 3 1/2. Do you have any egg-related tasks you think she could do? Maybe bringing me the torch or handing me the ash tool and wiggle rod?[p]I can't wait for urchin 1.0's first cook...
  • haywyre,
    nothing like a kid that likes to cook. .. .given, my spawn is 16. .. .but i can call her from the office and have her set up the egg so that when i get home, fire is already going and cooking temp is established. .. she also does a great job as my assistant. ...and she'll even cook the whole meal beginning to end. . .although that isn't always a great deal for me as i end up having to clean up after her. . ..[p]anyway. . .congrats . ..a kid that learns and likes to cook at an early age is a cook for life!!

  • dhuffjrdhuffjr Posts: 3,182
    haywyre,
    Many that is awesome. A friends daughter makes coffee like her dad...each precise step copied. It took ten years to get my wife to make it for me maybe the female child will be easier!
    As far as the Egg broke my rain cap twice finally gave up and washed a dog bowl and use it instead! Find my ash tool and grid lifter throughout the yard....some serious Q instruction is needed. I think it is time for her to join the Big Green Egg machine and start boot camp![p]H

  • haywyre,[p]Gee, a couple more kids and you could have the whole set![p]Cute pic of your daughter. Glad she's caught the cooking bug at a young age.[p]Gwen
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    <p />haywyre,
    My goodness how much she's grown since the first Texas Eggfest in Temple. Here she is standing in front of the Big Green Egg sign. Now she's an Egghead in her own right. Time sure flies when you're having fun.[p]Spring "Fine Feathered Friend" Chicken
    Spring Texas USA

  • haywyre,
    That is absolutely fantastic. Wait till she tells the kids at school. Adults don't understand Big Green Egg. Be prepared for show and tell.[p]Mike

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