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THE BGE PROJECT

hizzonerhizzoner Posts: 182
edited 4:29AM in EggHead Forum
Hello.......my name is hizzoner.....and I'm an Egg-a-holic.


I was recently talked into an Egg by some friends. I couldn't be happier so far.

I bought my egg and built a place for it. Here is what I did:

I started with a deck to place my new cooker:

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then I built a cabinet to hold the Egg (Thanks nakedwhiz)

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Then my oh-so-talented grandfather built my cabinets:
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I placed the Egg:
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Then we built my return that holds my burners:
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Comments

  • That is awesome! I really like the covered area. Wish I had a place for that...

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  • I tried pizza the first night...
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    then cookies...
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    this past weekend was the Texas dove season opener which is a national evenet (at least at my house). So I tackled a few Boston butts to be cooked for 30 folks..

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    they were phenomenal!!
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    (Non BGE realted...but I also cooked a mess of gratons on my new burner!!
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    They didn't last long!

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  • HossHoss Posts: 14,600
    SWEET! ;)
  • loco_engrloco_engr Posts: 3,673
    Nice setup and welcome to the forum.

    Hope the dude next door with the gaser is downwind!
    :woohoo:
  • I'm that dude too!! LOL
  • SWhat do you have covering the top to prevent water from getting in
  • RipnemRipnem Posts: 5,511
    I'm not the forum police, but it looks like the table top (hole) is very close to the egg. You should have about a 3/4" gap all the way around it. Mine has about 1/2 inch and while doing a clean burn I noticed some "browning" :ohmy: of my table top and scared the crap out of me and shut'er down. I made the opening a little bigger.

    Great cooking area and way to go on getting an egg. Looks like you snuck in a couple gas burner cooktops in that last picture. ;)
  • I also miscalculated on the area for the hinges and had to notch them out
  • finished.....

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  • So, Why isn't there a mess of dove on the Egg? :woohoo: Looks like good living and good times. :)
  • BearBear Posts: 32
    Hizzoner,
    Welcome aboard! Nice setup!

    B.
  • BacchusBacchus Posts: 6,019
    Sweeet
  • Very Nice! Very nice indeed!
  • I used a galvinized roof vent that I bought at home depot. Someone else posted it once and I copied it.
  • ZymeZyme Posts: 180
    My house here in San Diego would fit on that deck...

    OK, I exaggerate. But seriously, nice yard and GREAT deck.
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