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  • Charcoal Mike, I did not realize that you are in Charlotte-I am in Matthews and a new egger as of last month. Good to know of at least one local person on the Forum.
  • Danny, Welcome to the club! I bought my egg last month and like you I am really enjoying it. This site is a great resource. I would suggest becoming familiar with the sites offered by Nature Boy, The Naked Whiz (Lump Database) and others who off…
  • bhowton, I'd suggest the electric starter, essentially a cal-rod type of unit. It's clean and efficient.
  • Iburnit, One other thought/suggestion...go with a table or cart to house the egg. The egg nest is a bit flimsy compared to a table/cart. Plus you get a work area that is invalueable-kind of like you can't have too much counter space in your kitch…
  • Iburnit, I believe that you can find a dealer that will "throw in" several accessories as a way of offering a discount. I would suggest the following: Daisy Wheel, V-Rack, ash tool, dome thermometer and eventually a remote thermometer. A plate s…
  • Gil Gowing, Hey, congrats! I just bought a large BGE four weeks ago and my thoughts are the same as yours around cooking never being the same. One recommendation I have is to try some of Nature Boy's rubs, the Dizzy Pig line. They're great and h…
  • Steve, Similar to you I had been useing a 22.5" kettle and recently faced the same decision you are trying to make. I narrowed it down to either the medium or large BGE. I ended up going with the large and have not regretted it one bit. I believ…
  • The Naked Whiz, Since I'm in NC as well I would like to know your source for the Kamodo extruded and for that matter the WGC. Does A Southern Season in Chapell Hill have a decent selection of lump? How about some of the other specialty/gourmet sh…
  • Zeke, KennyG is right-cooking these steaks do not require any special treatment. Just don't overcook!! I believe you will find these among the best beef you have ever tasted. Enjoy!
  • The Naked Whiz, We have an inexpensive digital camera-let me try to get you a picture of the cart one way or another. BTW, your table gallery was really helpful during the planning of my cart. We used red oak and finnished it w/ tung oil. Very n…