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Help-what size egg do I need?

woody's wood pitwoody's wood pit Posts: 237
edited 9:43AM in EggHead Forum
Just bought an RV and truck to pull it...now I need a travel egg to cook on, my xl is too big...what size makes the most sense that will still allow for cooking enough for two to four people?

also how do you pack one for tavel?

Rockwall Texas, just east of Dallas where the humidity and heat meet! Life is too short to get caught in the fast lane behind somebody slow!

XL, LG, Sm, Mini and Weber for drink holder

Comments

  • CrimsongatorCrimsongator Posts: 5,766
    Small
  • "Sparky""Sparky" Posts: 6,024
    My medium egg was my favorite travel egg.I could carry it by myself,and it gave me more room than my small(although sometimes I brought both).We usually travel with extra people,so the medium was a better fit for us.I now travel with my XL since I sold the medium and small.I normally cook for large groups(cub scouts)when camping :) Here's a couple pix of my medium travel carrier....

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  • WingRiderWingRider Posts: 326
    My small usually goes with me when we travel. However, when the camping club has their annual cookout, I usually take both the small and medium to do pork butts for about 35 people, with lots of leftovers.
    I have a transporter for the small that is the same as in Sparky's photo. The transporter is convient to transport and protect the egg, coupled with a
    "pot lifter" to make lifting the egg easier.
  • did you have to separate the internal pieces to keep them from bouncing on each other?

    I figured some cardboard or something like that would do if required...

    Rockwall Texas, just east of Dallas where the humidity and heat meet! Life is too short to get caught in the fast lane behind somebody slow!

    XL, LG, Sm, Mini and Weber for drink holder

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