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Egging under a roof

JohnMcJohnMc Posts: 75
edited July 2012 in EggHead Forum
I'm wondering if it's crazy to grill under an overhang. I'd never try it with a conventional grill. I live on a beach and almost every day see a renter with a gallon of charcoal lighter on a covered porch or inside a garage with flames everywhere. My egg sits on a deck under a roof ( houses here are on stilts) and I roll it out in the clear to cook. However, I'm thinking about putting it in a table which would be a bit more trouble to roll around. I've not yet experienced an "egg gone wild" like other more open grills do. Do any of you regularly egg under roof and do you think it's low risk? Thanks for comments and advice.


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