Big Green Egg - EGGhead Forum - The Ultimate Cooking Experience...
With winter in full gear, we’re enjoying all the awesome photos of EGGs in the cold weather. Stay warm with some of our favorite Dutch oven recipes: Chicken & Dumplings, Chili Con Carne and BLT Soup.

The Big Green Egg headquarters has moved - come visit our new location and check out the museum! 3786 DeKalb Technology Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30340

A "Must Read" for Anyone in Their Rookie Egg Year

Dan in StLDan in StL Posts: 246
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I got my Egg in March and have been hanging out here and reading many of the posts, posting questions, checking out links etc. There's so much information, sometime it's hard to know where to look.

Today my searching took me to the FAQ section of the Naked Whiz site:

I wish I would have gone there and read EVERYTHING right off the bat. It's not a recipe source, but I'd venture to say it had everything else you need to know about your Egg and how to use it, take care of it, . . . bond with it.

So, if you're relatively new here like me, and you haven't checked this out yet, take a run at it. It's well worth the time.


  • SundownSundown Posts: 2,882
    Good boy. You may move to the Kool Ade line.
  • Beanie-BeanBeanie-Bean Posts: 3,092
    Agreed...this forum and that site were key in my decision to go with the LBGE last October. Amazing amount of good information out there, including some for the DigiQ II, which I also use exclusively now. It hasn't been a year for me yet, so I suppose that I'm still a BGE rookie ;)

    WessB, thirdeye, and TRex also have some wonderful sites with great recipes and setup information as well.
  • totally agree. Being relative new Egger I found the Whiz to be a great source of info along with this forum and one or two other sites. Must reading is the article on flashbacks
  • BamaEGGBamaEGG Posts: 168
    Just make sure after you read about flashbacks you remember what you read. I have read it several times and the other day while doing some steaks I walked up and just threw the dome open. My wife said that i had singed hair on my head, arms, ears, and eyebrows. I couldn't figure out what the smell was. It was my burnt hair.
  • Grandpas GrubGrandpas Grub Posts: 14,226
    In addition to the above, here are some other sites and information provided. I am sure this list does not have all the web sites available but it should is a good start. If anyone has other links Post them and I will try to keep this list updated and current.

    The intent of this list is to include sites that have recipes, tips and instructions which are egg related.

    Each of the following sites have great recipes and information. Some suggestions are provided but each site has much, much more ot offer.

    Recipe and info Sources:

    The links below have much more than the quick reference mentioned below. Take the time to visit and explore the sites below.

    Please don't neglect The Naked Whiz Site - take the time to look and learn.

    What can I cook on an egg thanks to Ricks Tropical Delight – your link to BBQ Porn

    Try - Pastrami (Great tutoring thanks to Thirdeye) (House of Faulkner) ( Wess B )

    Try – Cooking Pulled Pork (Celtic Wolf) (Eggnerd’s BGE Page)

    Try - North Carolina Style Pulled Pork — Elder Ward

    Instructions, tips, comparisons and recipe’s
    Try - Mad Max's Turkey and Gravy (Mad Max Turkey detailed on the The Naked Whiz site) (GFW’s BBQ) (Qbabe’s BBQ Adventure)

    Dealers with instructions and recipes:

    How to videos and demo’s, also has recipes (Fred’s Guitar and BBQ) (Dizzy Pig)

    Dealers (Egg Accessories – tjv)

    Appears to be partial or non egg related, recipes will work in egg. Tim M's (Egg, Primo & Viking) (Dalton Grill and Smoke)

    Enjoy, Kent
  • Dirty1Dirty1 Posts: 42
    Dan - I assume you live in St. Louis. I am originally from there(South St.Louis) many years ago. Most of family still lives there. I try to follow the Cards the best I can but it is difficult in Fla. Usually the best I can do is catch them on WGN or TBS. However I do listen to some games on the net. Nothing like listening to a numb Mike Shannon. I have been to Busch III a few times and dig the new stadium. Hope you can figure a way to make Tuckers/Caruso Pizza, Fried Ravioli or Ted Drewes and let me know about it.
  • Dan in StLDan in StL Posts: 246
    Dirty1 - Yeah, I do live in St. Louis. And all the St. Louis institutions that you mentioned are still very much alive and well. I'm looking forward to a long summer of sitting out on my patio, having something cooking away on the Egg, Shannon on the radio doing the cards game, and me with a cold frosty one on hand. I've made it to one game so far this year. Tried to go by Ted Drewes after the game but it was too late (delayed start and extra innings)and they were closed. I believe XM satellite radio carries all MLB games. You might consider that if you really want to get back in touch with the Cards.
Sign In or Register to comment.