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page, including Christmas Ham and Peach Cobbler. Happy cooking!
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Prospective Egg Buyer Questions...
Howdy folks,[p]Been lurking in the forums a few days and I'm really impressed with the passion you egg owners display about the BGE.[p]Thinking of buying one to augment my Weber gas grill. [p]I live in Jax. Florida and grill year-round so I think the investment would be well worth it. Not to mention I'm a carnivore to the n'th degree.[p]Had a couple generic questions I hope someone wouldn't mind answering:
1) For a family of three would the medium egg do a good job? We also like to entertain from time to time a few close friends and I'd like to be able to cook 4-6 steaks at once for instance.[p]2)I've never cooked with charcoal or "lump". Does is create a huge mess each time you cook? IE: will I have a stack of ashes in my backyard in no time if I use the egg 2-4 times a week?[p]3) We have a barbecue's galore not terribly far from where I live. Is that a good place to purchase one of these wonders?[p]Thanks in advance for the advice!