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Finished product

Grillin GuyGrillin Guy Posts: 302
edited 12:14PM in EggHead Forum
Well, I finally got the last of six coats of SPAR varnish on the table and wresteled the eggs in place. Here's some pics.







  • Great cook station you got there!!!!!!!
  • JLOCKHART29JLOCKHART29 Posts: 5,897
    Come on, admit it. You really don't like outdoor coking do you?!! ;) Your table looks great as does your whole set up. VERY WELL DONE!
  • bobbybbobbyb Posts: 1,349
    Looking very good Terry.

    Should Last a lifetime.
  • MaineggMainegg Posts: 7,787
    Very nice set up! Julie
  • DryFlyDryFly Posts: 351
  • Looks like you have made a few trips to Grate Grills and More. B) Nice setup.

    I understand Grate Grills and More have an Egg club that meets once a month.
  • TomM24TomM24 Posts: 1,364
    Very Nice! I like the matching green rockers, swing, and milk jug.
  • bobbybbobbyb Posts: 1,349
    Yes it meets the 2nd Tues of every month at 6pm. Usually someone discusses a topic concerning BGEs, and another brings food to eat.

    Come join us.
  • Lawn RangerLawn Ranger Posts: 5,466
    Very nice!

  • Clay QClay Q Posts: 4,435
    Congrat's on your fantastic outdoor kitchen! What a great place to have a BBQ party. Looks like you got it all and come rain or shine your covered and good to go in any weather.
    The swing bench and rockers look inviting!
    Very very nice. :cheer:
  • EggtuckyEggtucky Posts: 2,746
    GREAT setup GG..isn't it great to have your kitchen under roof?...I cooked out on an uncovered deck for 20 years until rebuilding and closing mine in a couple of years ago...dunno what took me so long! :blink: one thing though...where's the beer fridge!? :P
  • Eggcellent job man. That is a great setup!

    I'm going to be in Gulfport, MS. in December. Tell me more about Grate Grills & More, where I have to eat and where I should stay.

  • That is a nice looking set up.
  • Grate Grills and More has a terrific deli and cooks on several BGE's. You'll enjoy eating there. Drop me an email and let me know what dates you'll be in town. There's several nice places here in Gulfport that you'd enjoy.
  • Thanks for all the nice compliment. BobbyB from the forum drew up the plans for the table and came to the house with chop saw and spent two days building it. I was nothing more then a gopher who supplied cigars and lunch. Many thanks Bob. You are a gentleman and a scholar.

    Tinman came over and supplied some great knowledge and a router and sander to make the job a lot easier. He also explained how tongue and groove was supposed to be spaced so it doesn't buckle. Thanks and a hat tip to you Jorge.

    You can't see the fridge, but it's one of those dorm style mini fridges that seems to keep everything just under the freezing temps. Picked it up off Craigslist for $18.

    Our next BGE club meeting is December 9. Since I mssed the last one, Bob told me it was going to be our Christmas party and everyone will be bringing something to eat. Last meeting Bob gave a detailed lesson on accessories for the Egg and George, who owns Grate Grills and More, demonstrated cooking Thanksgiving turkey on the egg. Brined and unbrined.
  • Frank I have made quite a few trips to Grate Grills and More. I can't sing their praises loud enough. George and Mike keep an excellent stock of everything you could need to grill with and their restaurant is a standing order for several of us every Friday.
  • crankycranky Posts: 23
    Where's the bottle opener? :ohmy: Looks great.
  • James MBJames MB Posts: 356
    That's some setting. I'd be worried about making the house dark, but then you're a lot further South than me!

    I like the "backless" table slots for the eggs, it must have made them a lot easier to get in and out for the refit.

    Truly amazing!
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