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  • BASIC Egg Table

    Hi Gang, I see you all have built some beautiful tables!  I am not nearly as talented with the carpentry skills, but I was still able to build a very basic table myself earlier this fall with just a skill saw and a drill.  It's not pretty, but it sure works great, and we love it!  SO much better than the old side tables we had.  So if anyone was questioning whether or not they can do one of these projects on their own... if I can do it, anyone can.

    Full instructions? See my blog: http://winnipeggheads.com/2012/10/13/building-a-big-green-egg-table/

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  • Couldn't Decide on a Seasoning... So I didn't!

    The choices: Bone Sucking Sauce Seasoning & Rub AND Dizzy Pig Jamaican Firewalk

    In the end, I couldn't decide, and neither could hubby, so I did two chops with each kind.  They were smaller chops anyway - eating one of each wasn't too difficult for us. :)

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    I also roasted some veg in my cast iron skillet with butter and olive oil, and topped with grated asiago cheese at the end.

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