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List of of Egg-toys.

tazcrashtazcrash Posts: 1,830
OK, lots of posts dealing with the cost of the fun toys to be had\used with\because of our eggs and especially this forum. Anyone else care to list theirs? 

Thermapen - but now this one is used for so much more
Maverick 
AR R&B combo rig, with extender, and sliding rack
Large & Small Hi-que grates
thick round pizza stone 
Spider
Wok
16" & 13" CI grates 
mapp-torch with hose
CI fajita pan
ABT rack
chicken leg rack
poultry sheers (for spatchcock)
ash-tool
mesh basket - Holdover from gasser, but fits so good in large.
welder gloves - holdover from old smoker, but I needed new ones cause plate setter and stones get hotter. 
new dry spices I hadn't used before coming here. 


Hello, my name is Walter.... and I'm an egg-oholic. 

Bx - > NJ ->TX!!! 
All to get cheaper brisket! 

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  • EvansEggerEvansEgger Posts: 54
    edited May 2013
  • sticks88sticks88 Posts: 94
    Haven't set up my XL Egg yet but I have extra grill, dizzy dust spices, salt and pepper shakers, corn holders, along with all my other bbq stuff I haven't brought out yet as we're just setting up for the season up north here.Thermapen and looftlighter coming for Fathers' Day.Think  I have enough stuff in storage to get a good start on the season now.hehe.

    XL BGE and Pellet smoker

  • tgklemantgkleman Posts: 199
    Thermopen
    DIY pit controller
    12 volt lithium battery to power DIY pit controller in absence of outlet
    Eggcelerator
    Wok
    Spider
    Dutch oven
    paella pan
    CI pan
    swing rack
    two pizza stones
    two pizza peels
    6 pizza serving trays
    plate setter
    split fire bricks
    Assorted specialty spices
    and... BGE salt and pepper shakers.

    Wow, I spent a lot more than I thought before this thread. 

  • EvansEggerEvansEgger Posts: 54

    I love to buy toys for my Eggs. I might not use them all a lot, but like a kid in a candy store, I keep buying. Here is a list of what I have (I'm sure I forgot some things).

    Baker Steel (ordered it and will get it next week)

    Eggware Vent (new stainless vent)

    Stoker

    Maverick ET-732

    Custom Razorback handle (Mike's dad custom made it for me--Awesome work)

    High Que Fire Grate

    Adjustable Rig

    Spider

    Pizza stone

    Half pizza stone (to cook direct and indirect at the same time)

    Sliding grid system (3 tiers)

    Rack Extender (which allows me to add another tier)

    Small cast iron grid for spider

    Stainless steel grid

    Wok

    Grill Grates (love these)

    New Tel-Tru Big Green Egg Temperature Gauge

    Third hand

    Wiggle rod

    Frogmats

    Splash-proof Thermapen (Yellow)

    Various BBQ tools (too many to list)

    MAPP torch

    Cast Iron Ovens, Pots, and Skillets

    I have more, but that is what I can think of right now. I use everything and love them all. I always research what other Eggers have used and get their recommendations.

    I have a large and small Egg and to be honest I love to buy toys for them. Everyone has their hobbies and the Big Green Egg/BBQing is one of my main ones. Love to try new products.

    I can recommend everything I listed above. I use everything.

    Go Hogs Go
  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 26,460
    The Frogmats are really good too.

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • SaltySamSaltySam Posts: 347

    Oh my, this is a dangerous thread.  My attention defecit disorder has kept me from focusing long enough to consolidate a true wish list, but now I don't need to.  I might as well just copy and paste everything from here, and mark things off as I order them.

    What I have:

    LBGE with table

    Platesetter

    grill grips

    ash tool

    welders gloves

    12" cast iron skillet

    pizza stone

    pizza peel

    one exceedingly crappy Food Network digital thermometer

    one homemade raised grid made from an old Weber grid and three bolts

    electric starter

    Maverick ET-732

    What I want:

    Adjustable Rig

    Thermapen

    Cast Iron Dutch Oven

    BGE Christmas lights for the pergola

    A decent cover

    To make my own table...maybe next year.

     

     

    LBGE since June 2012

    Omaha, NE

  • bo_mullbo_mull Posts: 266
    edited May 2013

    I just got started last Christmas, so I don't have much yet. But I do have:

    Stoker Wifi

    Thermapen

    CI Grate

    Pizza Stone

    Pizza Peel

    PSwoo 2

    Welders Gloves

    Electric Lighter

    Vrack and Pan

    What I want is one of everything else.

    Cleveland, TN.

    LG BGE, PSWOO2, Stoker WIFI.

  • TFolsTFols Posts: 192
    My List:
    Stoker Wifi
    Thermapen
    CI Grate
    Pizza Stone
    Pizza Peel
    AR
    Lump Reducing Ring
    PSwoo 2
    CI grid
    CI DO
    Baking Steel (patiently waiting)
    MAPP Torch
    PS
    Ash Tool
    Egg Mates
    Maverick
    Boning Knife
    Graton Slicer
    Poultry Shears
    Food Saver

    I'm sure I forgot a few.

    Need to make time to build a table but with a 2 yo daughter time is very limited.






    Bloomfield, NJ
  • RLeeperRLeeper Posts: 480
    edited May 2013
    Adjustable rig Thermapen Food saver Pizza stone BGE deep ish pizza stone Digiq2 Maverick Lodge cast iron Dutch oven BGE half moon griddle Wok Welders gloves Looftlighter V rack Smoker box Cast iron burger press Infrared thermometer Multiple stainless grilling tools Porcelain sittin chicken and turkey stands Set of three feet ( if that counts) Cast iron cooking grid Too many varieties of rubs, sauces, and wood to quantify And a dedicated deck off my kitchen only for my Eggs! I know I'm missing stuff but these are the main items
    Extra Large, Large, and Mini. Tucker, GA
  • BOWHUNRBOWHUNR Posts: 1,391
    edited May 2013
    Oh Lord.....do I want to do this?  I'm not sure I can name it all or even want to know how big my problem is.

    2 - Large's (One in a stainless table with custom cover and one in a nest with mates)
    1 - Small in nest
    1 - Mini on custom stand
    1 - Large Platesetter
    1 - Small Platesetter
    4 - Custom handles by Danny B.
    4 - High-Que Grates (2 - small/mini, 2 - Large)
    4 - Rutand's
    1 - 10" CI Grid
    1 - 13" CI Grid
    1 - BGE 2nd Tier Grid
    1 - CGW 2 Tier Rack
    1 - CGS AR with 3 level oval grids, rods, extender, sliding racks and foil ring
    1 - Large Woo
    1 - Small Woo
    1 - Mini Woo
    1 - Spider
    1 - Leg Hanger
    1 - Dual Beer Can Chicken Rack
    1 - 16" Ceramic Stone
    1 - CGS Oval Stone
    1 - 16" Baking Steel (on the way)
    1 - 13" Stone
    2 - 8" Stones (Amazon)
    1 - Cyber-Q
    2 - Digi-Q DX with probes and fans
    1 - Party Q with probes
    2 - Maverick ET-732's with spare hybrid probes
    2 - Thermapens
    1 - BGE Eggcellerator with AC power supply
    1 - Mapp Torch
    1 - BBQ Guru Golf Club
    2 - Ash Tools ( small/mini and large)
    1 - Air Grill Bellows
    1 - 12" Lodge Skillet
    1 - 10" Lodge Skillet
    2 - 8" Lodge Skillets
    1 - 10" Lodge Griddle
    1 - Lodge Fajita Griddle
    1 - Lodge Dutch Oven
    1 - Wok Shop Large Wok w/Tools
    1 - Wok Shop Mini Wok
    1 - Of everything Dizzy Pig has made except for Curry-ish
    Too many spatulas, tongs, skewers, knives, gloves, lighters, woods, etc. to list

    These egg's have cost me a small fortune but in turn have given us so much enjoyment that I would do it all over again, and probably will......I see an XL in the future  :D

    Mike

    I'm ashamed what I did for a Klondike Bar!!

    Omaha, NE
  • caneggercanegger Posts: 520
    @BOWHUNR I think you are winning with the most toys so far.
  • daffy1909daffy1909 Posts: 442
    big cooler full of beer!!!! :D
  • cazzycazzy Posts: 6,476
    Ok, i'll play

    Dual Stoker Kit
    16" Baking Steel (ordered)
    2 rutland kits (not installed yet)
    Gi.Metal Perforated Pizza Peel (ordered)
    Adjustable Rig Rib Combo w/ oval stone
    10" pizza stone
    13" pizza stone
    16" pizza stone
    spider
    13" Cast Iron Grid
    Rig Extender
    13" Drip Pan
    16" Drip Pan
    Small Woo
    Slide Guide Crossbar
    Oval Foil Ring
    Mapp Torch w/ hose
    Wok
    Maverick ET-732
    The Fastest Thermapen Made (Red)
    Welders Gloves
    Every Dizzy Rub (qt bottles of Red Eye Express & Raging River on the way)
    2 hi-Que Grates
    Custom Iron Egg table stands


    Can't think of anything else, but I'm going to pick up some of those Weber Lights and some meat swords!  :)
    Just a hack that makes some shitty BBQ...
  • EggcelsiorEggcelsior Posts: 9,564
    I feel so inadequate. Now I know who carry the surname "Jones".
  • SkiddymarkerSkiddymarker Posts: 6,003
    And on top of all this "stuff" many of us have a shed or garage full of lump. We need help, lots and lots of help. 
    Delta B.C. - Vee-Gan: old Indian word for poor hunter. 
  • bbqlearnerbbqlearner Posts: 659

    Yeah need "help" definitely - it's a growing addiction.

    @BOWHUNR Seems like you top everyone

    ^:)^

    Houston, TX - Buddy LBGE, Don SBGE, Tiny Mini & Shiny Momma Pitts n Spitts

  • GriffinGriffin Posts: 6,595
    edited May 2013

    I would have a hard time sorting out all my bbq toys into pre-Egg and post-Egg categories. I had a ton of stuff before I ever got started with the Egg. I'll give it a shot.

    Pre-Egg

    Off-set Brinkman smoker (retired to the ranch)

    5 burner stainless steel gasser (retired to my parents house)

    Weed burner

    Maverick

    Muliple sets of gloves including welding gloves

    Muliple sets of skewers

    Too many cast iron skillets to list in all sizes, shapes and brands

    Cast iron dutch oven

    Square wok shaped grilling basket

    Round grilling basket

    3 different vegetable grilling racks

    2 beer can chicken stands

    muliple tongs, spatulas, basting brushes and mops

    Food Sver vacuum sealer (can't member which one)

    Post-Egg

    Large Egg in nest

    Mini Egg

    Adjustable Rig R&B oval combo

    Spider

    Wok from cermaic grill store for large

    Wok for Mini from the wok shop

    Mini Woo

    2 pizza stones for Mini

    Large BEG pizza stone

    BGE grid extender

    BGE salt and pepper shakers

    Thermanpen

    Auber Instruments Pit Controller

    Kitchener #12 meat grinder

    Lem #5 Vertical Sausage stuffer

    Chef's Choice 615 meat slicer

    Fire Wires

    Personalized Chef coat from my wife

    Can we count guns if we use them to hunt and then cook the food? 12 gauge shotgun, .270 rifle and a .22

    What about cameras? Internet sites and blogs?

    I'm not sure what else. There are so many knick nacks and small items floating around in bins in my shed, not to mention the numerous remote probes that have died over the years, stuff that I have tossed or lost or given away. To say that I have spent a few dollars would be an understatement.

    Richardson, Texas

    Griffin's Grub or you can find me on Facebook

    The Supreme Potentate, Sovereign Commander and Sultan of Wings

     

  • RaymontRaymont Posts: 217
    Did ya'll forgot to list the Sous Vide, the Amaz-n-Smoker, the various assorted wood chunks, chips and pellets, the kitchen aid w/ sausage stuffer, & don't forget the seperate fridge for dry aging. :)

    Small & Large BGE

    Nashville, TN

  • cazzycazzy Posts: 6,476
    edited May 2013
    Raymont said:

    Did ya'll forgot to list the Sous Vide, the Amaz-n-Smoker, the various assorted wood chunks, chips and pellets, the kitchen aid w/ sausage stuffer, & don't forget the seperate fridge for dry aging. :)

    Good point! I have a PolyScience Pro too lol.

    No sausage stuffer and fridge for dry aging...I apparently suck now.
    Just a hack that makes some shitty BBQ...
  • calikingcaliking Posts: 5,451
    I refuse to play, because if I inventory all my bbq/egg gear, SWMBO might find the post and then she'll know exactly how many toys I have. Currently they are stashed in various locations around my property.

    #1 LBGE December 2012 • #2 SBGE February  2013 • #3 Mini May 2013
    A happy BGE family in Houston, TX.
  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 26,460
    edited May 2013
    I have eight eggs 8-} . Lots of accessories as well. I'm with caliking on listing them

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • Holy Crap, eight eggs.  I almost feel unworthy of being on this forum.

     

    ^:)^

    Damascus, VA.  Friendliest town on the Appalachian Trail.

    LBGE Aug 2012, SBGE Feb 2014

  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 26,460

    You know you are an egghead when:

    A guy posts that he has eight eggs and your first response isn't "Are you nuts?"

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • Charlie tunaCharlie tuna Posts: 2,191
    Eight eggs ain't nothin !!!         I have two dozen in the outside refrigerator and bout ten in the inside one! :)]
  • mountaindewbassmountaindewbass Posts: 1,676

    1 thermapen
    1 party Q
    1 Cyber Q Wifi
    1 Large Woo ring
    1 Mini woo ring
    1 Spider
    1 Spider CI grate
    1 looftlighter
    1 Electric starter
    2 Egg Nest(Large, Mini)
    1 Large Pizza Stone
    1 Large Wok
    1 Jalepeno Popper holder
    2 veggie grates
    1 platesetter
    2 mini pizza stones
    1 cheapo rain cap from lowes
    1 new rain cap from egg whatevers
    1 set of composite side tables
    1 custom handle
    1 Probe Tree
    1 SM Adapter for BBQ Guru for Mini
    4 kabob stringy things
    1 grid extender (LG)
    1 drip pan from ceramic grill store
    2 pitt mitts

    All is housed in a deck box.  I, of course, have other things but there not necessarily just bought for the EGG

  • pkaboo1pkaboo1 Posts: 110
    eight !!!!!!  When I grow up, I want to be just like you.
    Snellville,Ga.
  • EggcelsiorEggcelsior Posts: 9,564
    Eight eggs ain't nothin !!!         I have two dozen in the outside refrigerator and bout ten in the inside one! :)]
    Women put us all to shame. They are born with 1 to 2 million eggs.
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