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I never do one butt, in fact I always stuff as much as I can fit in my egg then vac seal and freeze what I don't use.
Is this going to be exposed to the elements or under cover? If exposed you may want to look into how the wood is going to move when it gets wet, warms up and freezes up. That is the reason most outdoor wooden tables have spacing between the pieces. Movement in wood is the biggest problem.
What kind of glue did you use for the biscuit's?
If I was building something that nice I would look into making a concrete top. Google "making a concrete counter top".
Everything looks great so far.
Looks good to me. The only thing I see folks do that I don't like is fastening wheels to the bottoms of the legs. If it doesn't move a lot that may be ok but I like the idea of a solid all thread axle better. With a large egg and all that lumber you are looking a 250 lbs +
That's shaping up nice, do you plant to put a stone under the egg? A stone and an air gap is best.