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  • Re: Who here is happy they bought a Medium BGE?

    I'm willing to bet you'll change your mind on that gasser. Once you have a steak or some burgers off e BGE you'll not turn back to the gasser.

    The large doesn't have that much larger a footprint than the medium, so if size is your concern then go with the large. I have a large and a medium and they both cook equally.
  • Re: Pizza Dough HELP!

    As a good friend once asked me, "I figured out how to do something perfect then I changed it & it sucked, what should I do?"

    Stop changing it when you hit the nail on the head.  It's not that hard.
  • Re: OT: show yourself (post a picture!)

    Holy guacamole!!! A photo of Ed Fisher and 2fategghead Tim is NOT in it???? How'd you manage that one?
  • Re: Made in the USA?

    Who cares where they parts are made or where the final assembly takes place? In the grand scheme of things does it really matter?

    "Made in the U.S.A." stopped being a meaningful phrase many moons ago.

    Look at your car, your television, your computer, your cellphone, etc., etc., etc. How many are made in the USA? So why would the country of manufacture matter on a BBQ device?
  • Re: Trouble with Guru Adaptor Door on the Large Egg

    Why not just slide the screen out when you're using the guru adapter, then put the screen back in when you're not? No reason for the screen to remain in there when using the guru.

    It should just easily slide out to the right, then you can just thread it back into the grooves when you need it.
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