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Hop on down to your nearest EGG dealer this week to pick up some Easter EGGcessories! Here are a few that may be useful for Easter, the V-rack, electric charcoal lighter and flexible skewers! Now that Spring is in the air, it's time to think about getting out to one of the many #EGGfests around the country - see a list here

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  • LBGE at Sam's

    Use a local delear.  When you buy local the money spent on average turns over 32 times before it leaves your area.  If you do not have a job that depends on a local economy you know someone that does.  

    I paid $770.00 for my LGBE at Christmas including the nest and a bag of coal, and delivery.  He also gave my wife 10-20 off accesories when she went back months later for Birthday presents.  I think that was fair.  I did check two dealers and went with the lower one

  • SuperBowl Pre Cook

    FIrst of all Hello to everyone.  I bought two large eggs (one for father in law) for Christmas.  I have been lurking regularly and got approved after about two weeks of trying to get a signon for some reason.  So far i have made one butt, Dijon Chicken thighs, Spatchcock Chicken, Ribs on Christmas Day (little tough) and  prime rib. 

    Being from Baltimore and deciding not to spend the $5-6K to get just one ticket (wife is busy) for a ticket and airfare i have lots of money to spend on my party.  I have a bushel of crabs being shipped in, 15 Softball sized Jumbo lump crabcakes from Faidleys in Lexington Market, some Berger Cookies and Goetze's Caramel Creams all made in Balto and being shipped. 

    I will also have some shrimp cocktail, wings, baby back ribs, chili, Maryland Crab soup, meatball and various other things.

    Anyone in richmond area please feel free to come over by the way.

    My group question is - what has anyone had luck with pre-cooking and then reheating among things like the ribs, wings, chili?  I might want to throw on some Polock Johnny sausages too about 4:00 Sunday.  I figure chili i will make on Sat and reheat.  Any benefit to doing ribs ahead or just throw on Sun morning? 

    I did buy one of those adjustable rig things with the B&R combo and an extender with Sliding grid.  Not sure how to hook it all up yet but i will find out Friday when it arrives.

    Oh and GO RAVENS!!