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Got my first egg, now where to start?

Buckeye EggBuckeye Egg Posts: 5
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Hello egg land,

I just was able to pick up a medium sized egg that was just about new, demo, for a price I could afford.

I did not get any sort of manual and cant wait to get started. What are the essential tools that I need and where do I get started.

Are there some fail safe recipes that are sure to get me moving in the right direction?

Have my lump, my egg, some Jack Chips, and a freezer full of chicken, pork, and a half a cow.

Looking for a few simple ways to get started and will be cooking for myself and my wife.


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