i don't own one but i have used one. i think they are good and cook evenly. for me i will stick with the old fashioned cookers. nothing against the egg but it does not seem the same drinking beer all day next to an oversized egg.
I couldn't get past the price. I live in wally world headquaters la la land so everything Wal-Mart doesn't sell is over priced at a specialty store that Wal-Mart probably owns. What should the green egg cost?
Signature on hold. Trying to find a real Jefferson quote I like. Others here have bogus Jefferson quotes too.
Count me in! I have 3!
Pork Butt, Steaks (superb), Pizza, Baked Potatoes, Pies, Shrimp, Fish, Small Briskets (I prefer my offset for briskets) You name it.
I have posted photos here from several of my cooks.
Highly recommend it. BGE's warranty service is most excellent. Get the Large, its the most versatile. I have a L, M, and a Mini.
Don't redistribute my wealth,, redistribute my work ethic!
I am currently looking into getting a BGE. I noticed that in the large model , the fire pit is deeper and smaller in diameter than an XL. The XL has a larger diameter, but is alot shallower( from the holes to the fire grate).
My question is this.......How much more charcol does it take to fuel up the XL compared to the large model??