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  • Don't buy an EGG unless you know what you are doing.  It is an expensive item and you should get your stuff together before you step into it. I am new to egging too. Haven't had a less than excellent meal yet. The best advice someone gave m…
  • I've tried Spatchcock both direct and indirect and we have decided we like it indirect at about 300-350 grid temperature.  The skin browns very nicely.  I've put rub under the skin where possible and that comes out nicely. How do you put rub UNDE…
  • I just got my egg yesterday. The family wants burgers and hot dogs. Can anyone give me last minute advice on BGE temp for this? Thx!
  • The pie was FANTASTIC!  I had never done dessert on any grill before.  I slight hint of smoke that went well with the bourbon.  The pecans were wonderfully crispy.  I ended up putting on a 'crust ring' ( to make sure that the crust did not burn) and…
  • I am also curious about the pie. I like to bake breads and desserts. Is there a smoky taste to the pies made in the bge? (mine to be delivered tomorrow)
  • Beautiful table and an inspiration to us who are the "do it yourself types." I just bought my first bge Sunday and went with the standard nest due to space limitations on my deck. But if I ever expand, I intend on building my own wooden table. Yo…
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