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i have a med BGE and i am interesting in trying to build a table for it where would i find plans for this i seen something about plans from WiseOne and is it very hard to make the table.any suggestions on cooking a ribeye roast the egg.


  • JethroJethro Posts: 495
    pw,[p]Below is a link to BGE's table plans. Sorry, but I've never done a rib roast on the Egg, so I'll leave that to someone with some eggsperience.[p]Jethro
    [ul][li]BGE Table Plans[/ul]
  • MickeyTMickeyT Posts: 607
    <p />pw,[p]This is a table I built for Bear Fan. He has a medium egg. The cost of the lumber including the casters was $58. It took me 3 hours to build. 2x4's and 1x6 was all I used. E-mail me if you want any more info. If your going to build one make sure you leave room for something under the egg to protect the table from burning.[p]MickeyT.

  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    pw, check out the link below - once you arrive at the site[p]1) look in the FAQ section for table plans - you'll find a few including the plans from the "WiseOne". [p]2) A Ribeye roast should be (or should be at least comparable to a rib roast) browse the menu on the left, under beef - bonein and boneless - hope it helps[p]Baby back are on the BGE - Life is GOOD! :-]
    [ul][li]Gfw's BBQ[/ul]
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