We hope you all got to celebrate those tasty food holidays last week, we sure enjoyed them! We are even more excited about the beginning of fall, for so many reasons, but mainly for experiencing the cool, crisp air while being outside cooking up the best recipes the season has to offer. We especially love these Beer Pork Tenderloin and Ground Beef Acorn Squash recipes! Fall is upon us, and it's a great time for getting out to one of the many #EGGfests around the country - see a list here
I agree with placesetter feet up with cooking grid with grid extender to get the pizza stone up in the dome. Be careful with those ceramic feet under your Egg, we've had two large Eggs in the last month become cracked using that set-up because of s…
From all accounts a very reputable dealer and now an "are-teest" baker, damn fine looking bread. =D>
While we do try to hold our own as a quality Egg dealer....this class was taught by Michelle and G…
Yes, a 5 qt DO works great. Lid on for a portion of the cook to create steam.
One of our best selling books here at the shop, Pick one up online and give it a try.
We also did a coconut/chocolate desert pizza that is very tasty as well.
Really depends on what type of food you are looking for, so many different to choose from in this area. Santana Row is a area that has a few options. San Pedro Square is a downtown area that offers quite a bit itself.
Let me know if you would lik…
I will say I have customers that play on the "hot-side" with their love for pizza on the Egg. They do appear to have more damage than others. Fire is a powerful thing, lifetime warranties are nice to have.
We sell over 250 Eggs a year, been selling Eggs for 9 years. We handle practically all warranty issues in the SF Bay Area. We've warrantied maybe 5/6 bases over that time. We see maybe 15/20 fireboxes a year. A true testamate to the product IMO.
@smittythesmoker - that's not cazzy's, that's the egg that started the fire in this thread.
I missed that, I would suspect that the pressure points could have caused a crack now or later.
Thx for reeling me back in.
Very glad your family got out okay. Dodged a bullet for sure. Ultimately, I honestly have to say the forum failed you bro. Had I really looked at this picture, I would have told you your table needed more room to breathe. Sorry man.C…
Sorta funky if you ask me. I might take a hatchet to them and try salvage some of the internal wood if I had to use something? I think I would pass.
I tend to think good food and work backwards...not moldy wood and work the other way.