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First Post. Been lurking and learning. Just finished my Table LBGE...Pics
First off. Thank you to everyone here! I have gleaned a lot of helpful info from this forum, both in constructing my table and more importantly... preparing meals for my family and friends. I have been missing out for many years regarding the tremendous food that comes out of the Egg!
Table is constructed of Cedar, stained and varnished. The top (27" x 60") is a free slab of granite which I cut the hole myself... (first time with granite and scared to death I'd crack it) The cover sold by BGE for their LBGE long table fits like a glove.