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Is this even doable?

Table Forum Designers,

I have been browsing the Table Forum now for a couple of weeks and am very intrigued and impressed at the multitude of creative talent found here.  We all have varied amounts of space, $$$, as well as specific purposes to be assigned to our individual projects, but this forum is an eggcellant source of ideas to get us started.  Maybe this idea has already been explored by others, but I was thinking wouldn’t it be nice to have a designated ‘Gallery of Tables and storage units?  After only two weeks of egging, I have been out here looking for an Eggcessory Toy box that could house all the “Wish List” items my husband is thinking about accumulating.  I think I will need more of a shed than a box though.  It would be nice just to see all the ideas listed somewhere with your end picture (space requirements and ballpark $$ needed) plus a link to the original discussion of how it was made or contracted.  Each of you, who have posted projects in the Forum, could submit it to the administrator for a spot in the gallery.  Of course, I am a product of the 50’s and Space Age technically challenged, so I do not realize the extent of feasibility here. If this is just not doable, a simple “go jump in a lake” would suffice.   --TY for reading.



  • DeckhandDeckhand Posts: 318

    Lowes and Sams Club carry it too.  One of them houses all the charcoal and accessories that don't stay inside the Egg. Still room for a Big EZ cooker and a 20lb. propane bottle for it.  Makes a great seat for watching the Egg and drinking Boulevard Wheat.
  • U_tardedU_tarded Posts: 1,559 has a table gallery more ideas/designs than you could ever want to see.
  • SmokinDAWG82SmokinDAWG82 Posts: 1,704
    Go Dawgs! - Marietta, GA
  • TwoCooksTwoCooks Posts: 35

    @ SmokinDAWG82 &  @ U_tarded   - Thank you.  This is exactly what I was talking about.  Nakedwhiz was recommended before for recipe ideas -- I had not gone exploring there yet to find this.  I suppose many of those table discussions in this forum are posted there as well.  I appreciate your help.  The whole BBQ world is just so overwhelming - I am grateful for those who have gone before me.

    @ Deckhand  I liked your idea. It is very cost effective and would do for the time being.   We already have a divided cat house used for many years by our diminishing outside cat population.  It is very dry and has a lift top shingled roof.  Although a little heavy and cumbersome to use, once cleaned out and cat doors plugged,we may convert that to store the bags of lump and wood chunks as well as additional toys for the egg. Thanks for the idea.    

  • henapplehenapple Posts: 15,986
    If the cooking area is covered I think a hutch would not only serve the purpose but look great. It could always be finished for outside for protection.
    Green egg, dead animal and alcohol. The "Boro".. TN 
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