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Santa brought me a small

EggMiiEggMii Posts: 30
edited 2:46PM in EGG Table Forum
Must have been a good boy last year. Add to that the wife is very pleased with the cooking done on the Large BGE, she got me a small for xmas to go with the large she got me in 2008.

Here's the new little lady in the table I made.


There were no real plans, just a picture of a similar table I saw on the NW site. The table was built with sturdy axles & solid wheels to make it easy to roll in front of back door for easy access. The height lines up exactly with the large BGE table so the 2 can be aligned up for a sort of out-door-kitchen setup. At least as much out-door as Michigan allows.

Here's the big guy and little lady.


  • Nice gift Nice table
  • Nice Set up, even nicer wife.
  • Clay QClay Q Posts: 4,435
    Mrs. Santa was good to you.
    Your all set to go with your new table you built for the small egg. Nice work.
  • Nice set up - I love the Small table. I have a small and now - a new mini. You will love the small and end up using it alot.

    It uses alot less lump and you can do it all on it. Get yourself a plate setter and the medium 12" pizza stone for it. The best investment I made for the small was the GrateMates Deluxe package. This gives you 3 cooking levels and another way for you can sit a 10" DO on the ring for stews, chili, etc. The tall mates riase the grate to about 2 inches above the felt while the short mates about and 1" below the felt...then you have it 3" below felt with the grate on the fire ring. Great addition for the small.

    What kind of stain on the table? It looks great...the wife really likes the dark stain.

    Enjoy -

  • smoky bsmoky b Posts: 648
    she's a beaut!
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