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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: Addition to the cooking area

    Thanks a nice looking beer shelf. Well done
  • Re: I've created TWO monsters!

    Very cool. My son learned cooking on the trail and returned to mom's kitchen confident and ready years ago. He is our pizza man with the BGE.

    Remember, boys like anything with fire
  • Re: O.T. Cigars

    You've begun another habit. Some say good my wife says endured. But cigars are best with friends and liquid beverages. I also like a fire going as well. That said, off to Paso in a little over a week for hand rolled cigar and port. Wife is going so she can pick one up for the son who has work and classes.

    Welcome to another of the BGE family habits
  • Re: Is the Large egg too small to do pizza on?

    Mcfire12 respectfully, you're thinking in a limited box. Once you take the time to set up the BGE and bring your stone up to temperature, the pie cooks in 6 to 8 minutes (650 - 700 F). We cook multiples at a time. Each pie is custom to member wants. My family preps the second while the first pie cooks. Then they prep the third pie and eat the first pie while the second one cooks. I bought 2 peels for handling the multiple pie process.
  • Re: Eggless

    Fathers day a few years ago and the gaser had been giving me problems. My wife wanted to replace it and offered a BGE or something else. Seemed expensive. We went to the store and looked at what she was offering (she and my son had already recon the store previously). I looked at my choices and thought about how I used the replacement. The ability to go back to my roots in NC and start smoking meat again like my dad and relatives did was "the point". I haven't looked back. The different meats, types of smoke, breads and pizzas, and gadgets have made it a fun journey so far. Lots of cooks and lessons, because we're always learning, to go. Keep BGEing.