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  • Re: Large or Extra Large Egg??

    You're right about the prices. I only checked one dealer's website, but an XL is $999, a large is $699, and a small is $399. So to buy a large and a small would cost $100 more. That would be worth it in my opinion, but alas, it is only my opinion. Whatever they buy, they will be egging, and that is all that matters.
  • Re: Large or Extra Large Egg??

    Unless you'll be catering or cooking for an army, a large should work fine for you. For the price of an XL, or close to it, you can get a large and a small, or a large and a medium. You will be able to cook 2 different things at 2 different temps. And sooner or later, no matter what you buy first,you'll probably end up with at least 2 eggs. Welcome to a cool cult.
  • Re: BBQ GURU?

    The advantage is that it keeps your egg at the exact temp you want. The real beauty is that you will never be on here starting a thread saying how your overnight cook went south because the fire went out, and asking if we think your $40 hunk of meat is still safe.
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