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Spreading the love this Valentine’s Day with your EGG? Virginia Willis’ three course menu is perfect for a date night! February is also National Chocolate Lover’s Month, so don’t feel guilty if you’ve been cooking a little more dessert than usual on your EGG. If you’re looking for something a little more savory than chocolate, try some Roasted Chicken Flatbread or Pork Tenderloin with Honey Mustard.

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  • Re: First Grill

    Well I've been grilling/smoking away on the XL BGE.............Gettin better all the time


    Pork tenderloin with peach/balsamic vinegar glaze, sweet potatos and grilled peaches and onions. The Wife is making corn on the stove boil, she's tired of all the grilled corn I've done lately!



  • Re: Table nest question

    i put mine on a piece of travertine tile which is 1/4 thick.....................
  • Re: Got The Table Done, Ready To Grill

    Got the table nest back under the LBGE. had to do a little creative bending and shaping but now I'm happy to have it off the tile.

    Grill ON!!

  • First Grill

    Just got my table built and the L BGE set up yesterday and attempted my first cook. I am amazed how precise I can control temperature to bake (mac-n-cheese), grill (steaks) and roast (corn). I love it.....


  • Got The Table Done, Ready To Grill

    I bought a BGE about a month ago and didn't want to buy the leg nest or the BGE tables sooooo, it has taken several weeks to get my table finished but it's done and getting ready to grill steaks tonight!

    I was forturnate enough to get some tiger maple from a local mill for a great price so thats what I used. The legs are cedar with the Cabot Aussi Oil finish in flaming mahogany. I then used several coats of Teak Oil to seal everything. The bottom shelf pieses are trevertine 16 x 16 so I have somewhere to put all the hot stuff. I'm debating on my "hot plate" for the top but something need to be used to save the top finish, probably end up using a piece of the travertine. I'm by means a carpenter, more like a wood butcher, but it came out alright and I'm ready to but the BGE to use.

    Anyway, thanks for all the information and insights form the site to help me getting this done.



    The Wife was happy to have it all finished she bought me a cover for it yesterday!