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  • Re: OT: Talk me out of a blackstone

    Not going to happen here. I just got one a couple weeks ago and can not get enough. I love it. The only negative for me is I don't cook on my eggs as much any more. I'm sure that will change when there new wears off but seriously its awesome.
  • Re: Ribs smell bad??

    I should also say the whole Kitchen still stinks from these ribs. 

    Still think it could be the Cryovac?
  • Re: Minimax untouched for a while, KAB rusted , CGS woo not

    He has a stainless version out for the large but it is a little more expensive. I imagine he will come out with a stainless version in other sizes at some point. 

    http://www.kickashbasket.com/store/product-detail.php?product_id=16

  • Re: MiniMax Woo Ring with or Without Handles?

    Placed an order this morning for one with the handles. I had a Woo ring for my small egg and kind of liked the handles. Mainly so I don't get my fingers dirty when I have to remove it to add more lump. : )

    I am sure I would have been happy with ether one. I can always cut the Handles off if I decide I don't want them anymore. I would not have been able to add them as easily.

    Thank you all for your input and I appreciate all the suggestions. 
  • Re: Small egg for sale in NC

    Zippylip said:
    I may be wrong but I'm pretty sure a brand-new small egg with a nest is around $750. 
    googled it & these two sites came up.  Probably pick them up at various eggfests at or around that price too I'd venture to guess

    http://bbq.about.com/od/kamadogrills/fl/Big-Green-Egg-Prices.htm

    http://www.mackies.com/grills

    *edit: the critical problem is the lack of warranty with a used egg; anyone that's owned ceramic grills for a while knows that this is pretty much mandatory, for me an egg without a warranty is not worthless but worth much less. 

    Im not sure about those prices. If thats the case then my local dealer is way off. They quoted me $640 for the egg and $150 for the nest. Plus if someone will buy it for $500 I am going to throw in a Small woo ring $50 and a Hi Que fire grate $25 and prob a bag of Rockwood another $20. 

    I will however agree with you on the warranty. It defiantly holds a lot of value. 

    I dont feel like I should have to justify my price. It is what I would like to get. I feel it is a fair price and if you don't then thats fine. I just don't see the point in bashing someone post. 

    "you're gonna need to find a real sucker to pay you $450 for that when a new one can be had for $100 more that includes a warranty and is, well, new"

    Just read it disagree and move along. 


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