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frankie482frankie482 Posts: 256
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  • berrygoodberrygood Posts: 372
    Congrats, it worked. Also, you can hit Preview prior to Submit, and it will show you whether or not the pics will work.

    Now, post some food pics - I'm hungry.
  • Frankie, you might want to put those egg feet under there, get some air between the egg & that stone
  • frankie482frankie482 Posts: 256
    Thanks!

    I just got the Egg a few weeks ago, and when I set it in the table, I had help lifting it and forgot to put the feet under there.

    I need some help to pick the Egg up and set the feet under.
  • Capt FrankCapt Frank Posts: 2,578
    You have a pretty tight fit around the top, but you still may be able to tilt the egg enough to stick the feet in one at a time B)

    Capt Frank
    Homosassa, FL
  • frankie482frankie482 Posts: 256
    Capt. Frank wrote:
    You have a pretty tight fit around the top, but you still may be able to tilt the egg enough to stick the feet in one at a time B)

    Capt Frank
    Homosassa, FL

    Tried that to no avail.
  • walruseggerwalrusegger Posts: 314
    I have the same set up, but have my feet under the egg. I have a 16x16 inch paver that is about two inches thick. Is this really needed? Could the grill make the paver so hot that it could damage the wood undernearth or heaven for bid start a fire? I often read folks recommending using the feet. I simply put my on for decoration, but I guess it's a good thing I did. I use regular bricks to raise the grill up on the platesetter for high indirect cooking. I've read a lot of folks use their egg feet.
  • PhilsGrillPhilsGrill Posts: 2,256
    Yes you should always have a paver between the egg and any surface.
  • Frankie, if there is enough play, rock the egg just enough to slip one foot under, then rock it around slipping each of the others under one at a time, I've done it a couple times, it is workable... I've seen some pictures of stones/tiles shattered under the egg after being subjected to high heat, plus the heat will transfer through to your wood & burn it, so best to address it sooner than later; happy egging
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