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  • jer, Reading your story brought back so many happy memories! You will certainly not be disappointed with your decision. The egg can cook anything, and is just plain easy to use. We use ours all year round, and love it.[p]My favorite accessory is my…
  • ort5, I love my medium! It is the only egg I own, and is quite sufficient for our needs, even when feeding family and friends. Granted, I have never fed a huge group of people, but it is the perfect size as far as I am concerned.
  • Surveyor, I was using my BGE chiminea this morning to burn sticks from the front yard. They were dry and made a good flame with not too much smoke. I also took the chimney off the top to make it easier to build a big hot fire. [p]I have tried pinon…
  • AZ Traveler, Those look great. I think I may have to try some fatties for the first time tomorrow. Could you give me an approximate time and temp on those? Thanks
  • Anestheggthiologist, Smoked mac n cheese sounds great. I have been seeing advertisements for fried mac n cheese and have been dying to get out and try some.
  • vr6Cop, I wrap mine if foil and then place them on the grate. You probably want to cook them for at least an hour depending on the temp you are using for the chicken.
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