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Large & Small BGE
My awesome mother in law got me a small egg to accompany my large. Now I just got to decide if I need to build a new table or just get a best to hold me over for now. Can you guys give me some ideas on when y'all use 2 eggs for one cook.
Damascus, VA. Friendliest town on the Appalachian Trail.
LBGE Aug 2012, SBGE Feb 2014
Costco rolling cutting cart works great as a small holder. About 60 bucks-Here it is with the cutting board set proper-
I'm with @RRP - the high center of gravity on those Costco tables makes me nervous.
Thjis is one of those Costco tables. Cost right at $60 and jsut a few minutes with a reciprocating saw to notch out the top layer for the egg. Very handy.
Charlesmaneri said:awm wow thats a score the lumber alone cost more then $20.00
awm wow thats a score the lumber alone cost more then $20.00