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    Aquired some more green today.

    Picked up another egg today. Finally got my XL to go with my large and small.

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    That's a lot of scrampbled Eggs
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    You are going to like that XL, I have the xl and the l and never run out of room when cooking.
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    So what is it about those big green eggs? Are they that much better than a regular grill/smoker?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robnik View Post
    So what is it about those big green eggs? Are they that much better than a regular grill/smoker?
    In a word, yes. When it comes to grills, I have owned about every grill out there and nothing compares to the ease of use and taste of the food cooked on the egg, just my .02
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    Quote Originally Posted by CNGreen View Post
    In a word, yes. When it comes to grills, I have owned about every grill out there and nothing compares to the ease of use and taste of the food cooked on the egg, just my .02
    I love mine. If you like baby back ribs, try my method and rubb recipe...it's in the cookbook!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CNGreen View Post
    You are going to like that XL, I have the xl and the l and never run out of room when cooking.
    I rarely run out of room with my large, because I can always use tiers when smoking or bbqing, but when it comes to turkeys... Well, now I have room for two spatchcocked large turkeys. It'll also be nice not needing to cut up ribs and cook in tiers -- easier to spritz, etc...

    As for why a Big Green Egg -- lots of reasons. It does everything well. Good offsets may work better for bbq, and dedicated pizza ovens may work better for pizzas, but eggs work well for everything. It also allows me to use the grill throughout the winter up here in Wisconsin.

    If you're interested in kamado cooking, also look at Kamado Joe, Primo, and Vision. I prefer the egg (well, it's green, duh!), but there are other brands out there that work well. I'm pretty sure Big Green Egg, Kamado Joe and Komodo Kamado have the best warranties (lifetime to the original owner), but Primo and Vision are decent. Komodo Kamado brand is the bomb, but I didn't want to spend that much.
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    If you're going to do burgers or dogs on one of those, how long does it take to set it up and get the fire going? Is it a lot less "convenient" than a gas grill?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    If you're going to do burgers or dogs on one of those, how long does it take to set it up and get the fire going? Is it a lot less "convenient" than a gas grill?
    I agree it is less convenient but when it comes to the taste of the food, no comparison
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