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  • bobbysingh
    Hi Fellas, 
    Just got a green egg. Mostly to do some tandoori/naans etc. 
    Any ideas where/what kind of stones to get for wipping some naan 's.
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    June 23
  • grey_bri
    Going to cook it first low for about 5hrs.
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    December 2014
  • ofcman29
    Thank you
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    June 2014
  • RRP
    Steve - I just sent you an email at steveanelson@hotmail.com

    If that doesn't work then my email is ron.pat@comcast.net

    Ron
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    February 2014
  • AlbertaEgger
    I was already thinking that yes. Was going to get some thoughts but I think it best to just comment on it and hold off for at least the following weekend.
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    January 2014
  • krobertsmsn
    Hi There,
    I have YET another question....Does the lid on the 115 stay up for you to load the chamber? I would hope so. I was just trying to see what the benefit to the automatic lid opening and closing on the 120 would be. I just found free shipping and $699 USD on the 115!

    If the lid is a PITA, I'll go with the 120.

    I did speak with a distributer who says the lid cracking issue on the 112 has been resolved in case you know of others looking at that model. I don't like the 24 inch depth and the hinged arms that require 2 hands on he unit to operate correctly. I want the the 115/120 because it looks to be sturdier and I like the unobstructed transparent lid better.

    Do you use the special zip lock bags, and if so, do you like them?

    Thanks Again,
    Karen
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    December 2013
  • MrPotatohead
    It's me buddy
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    September 2013
  • SamFerrise
    I forgot more about lamb than you will ever know Little.  Mint belongs in a Julep or in ice cream and candy.
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    June 2013
    • Little Steven
      Little Steven
      I think you know more than you understand Sammy boy. It's your way or the highway isn't it?
  • Doc_Eggerton
    Want to just do it and live with the disappointment? I'll follow your lead or do it myself, I've done this sort of thing before with shooting matches.
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    May 2013
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  • Rsd1032
    How about dogs?
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    October 2012
  • ST1SSDV
    I think you're right about the tooling.. I have heard that they rebag for companies other than the "Green Bag Guys" and it seemed like a lot of the other lump bags have gone to the 4 kilo format. It would be a little silly to have separate production lines for 10 lb. and 4 kilo bags.
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    May 2012
  • frankie482
    Am I being ignored?
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    May 2012
  • frankie482
    Any luck on the XL stuff?
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    April 2012
  • cortguitarman
    I used your idea for the plumbing tees under the pizza stone tonight. It worked out great. Definitely my best pizzas to date. Thanks for the tip.
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    March 2012
  • aquariusaz
    Thank You will clean out all used coal and try again.
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    December 2011
  • Dangdar
    Thanks for the info, Steven, I am getting the dynamite sauce tonite to give it a ride!
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    December 2011