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We hope everyone enjoyed their Fourth of July weekend and is excited for more warm weather grilling! This week, we’ll be making these two burgers: Stuffed Portobello Mushroom and Caribbean Chicken, and also eating lots of these Ice Cream Sandwiches in honor of National Ice Cream Month! It's time to think about getting out to one of the many #EGGfests around the country - see a list here

OK another DUMB question!

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  • WanabeWanabe Posts: 355
    Wow what a responce. I'm sold on this forum oh and I'm going to my local BGE dealer in Phoenix when I return home. I want a LGBGE!
  • You've done a lot of reading on this thread. The answer should be pretty clear. The price is overwhelming but, in the long run you won't be replacing your grill every 5 years.

    Mine is 10 years old I paid $700 for a large, a large table, daisy wheel, platesetter, pizza stone and the ash tool. The daisy wheel and ash tool came with it, the others were extra. They delivered to the house.

    You won't be disappointed once you make your decision. Good luck
  • opodopod Posts: 41
    bought the egg a year ago after several bad experiences with gas/charcoal metal smokers. i had to save 6 mths for the purchase. was concerned also about the price. i got a large and am serious when i say that it's probably the second best purchase in my life (1st is my wife's wedding ring). I haven't looked back. Forum is great and has saved me hours/months of experimentation learning from others' successes and failures. every question i have had has been answered just by reading forum history. other ceramics may be fine but the egg is like your spouse--when your find The One, you're not interested in any others.
    kurt kowalski
  • BigGreenDawgBigGreenDawg Posts: 327
    I say ditto to everything that has been said here in this thread; I was saving up for a Cajun Chef charcoal grill after doing alot of research and when I finally got my money ready, my dealer had stopped carrying them but said the best grill going was the BigGreenEgg and that I should consider it. Well I REALLY didn't like the look of these big domed monstrosities but after reading the website and the old forum, I got really excited based on everyone elses eggsperiences. I had never seen such great looking food off of a grill before so I was hooked and made the plunge last year and am really getting into it this year trying things I would have never imagined with a gasser or other traditional charcoal grill (ribs,butt,briscuit).

    Look forward to seeing you around here in the future.
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