Who’s ready for September? We’re ready as ever for football season! Check out our tailgating page
for recipes that are great to bring to a tailgate, or cook at home if you’re entertaining friends during a game. Either way they’re sure to become a fan favorite! We couldn’t forget about Labor Day
...we have recipes and cook out ideas to celebrate the long weekend no matter what you’re doing. And lastly, be sure to cook up a batch (or five) of bacon for National Bacon Day
! We can’t wait to fall into cooler weather with you!
Big Green Egg headquarters has moved - come visit our new showroom and check out the museum and culinary center too! 3786 DeKalb Technology Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30340
With all the chaos in the world, I've noticed a resurgence of the Peace Symbol on pins, tshirts, decals, etc.But, I've found that very few people know it's origins or how the symbol was designed.Back in the '60s, there was a push for global nuclear disarmament and the "Ban the Bomb" symbol was designed. It has since become known as the peace symbol. It is made up from two letters in semaphore, a system of communications using two flags to represent letters and numbers. Each letter is represented by a unique placement of the two flags. Semaphore has been used by the military since the 19th century and still has limited use in the Navy.The symbol for the letter "N" is: (think nuclear)The symbol for the letter "D" is: (think disarmament)Combine the two to represent Nuclear Disarmament and you get:Ta da !!!
Dripping Springs, Texas.
Just west of Austintatious