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Size of Big Green Eggs

edited 9:04PM in EggHead Forum
I want to get one, but do not know if it is big enough to fit my needs. I like to do about 3-4 full packers (avg 10lbs at a time, and when I do chicken, I do about 6-10 at a time. When I do butts, I do about 5 or 6 at 5-8 pounds each. Is there an Egg big enough for this.

Comments

  • is the xl...and even then, you would have to do a double decker to get that many packers imo.
  • BiscuitBiscuit Posts: 208
    dukeebear,
    GriffinDawg is right...you need a XL,10 vertical chickens, 2 20 # Turkeys, 16 Full racks of ribs..What else can I say?

  • BiscuitBiscuit Posts: 208
    dukeebear,
    GriffinDawg is right...you need a XL,10 vertical chickens, 2 20 # Turkeys, 16 Full racks of ribs..What else can I say?

  • dukeebear,
    No

  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 19,457
    dukeebear,
    what you need is 2 larges, better than one xl. pretty much everyone here ends up with 2 eggs to cover different cooking situations, usually a small large combo, but in your case 2 larges fit better. 2 is better than one.

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