Big Green Egg: The Ultimate Grilling Machine

March 20, 2015 1 Comment

Grilling season has kicked off and it's time to get serious. Is your old propane grill not cutting it anymore? Have you been coveting a smoker? Do you dream of an outdoor pizza oven? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you should really consider the Big Green Egg. With customized accessories, the egg can be used for direct and indirect grilling, roasting, baking and smoking. Eggs come in seven different sizes to suit your needs — Mini, MiniMax, Small, Medium, Large, XL and XXL.

Big Green Eggs are more durable and provide better heat insulation than any other outdoor cooker on the market. They are easy to start, use natural lump charcoal, and the airtight ceramic cooking chamber allows for precise temperature control. 

Big Green Egg's patented air flow technology works like a fireplace, allowing air in through the bottom and out through the vent at the top. By adjusting the airflow, you adjust the temperature.
Big Green Egg has a robust catalog of accessories to outfit your Egg, from nests and tables to pizza stones and cookbooks
The Organic Butcher of McLean is an authorized dealer of Big Green Eggs. We are always happy to walk you through how Eggs work and advise you on sizes. Personally, we are hooked and cook on Eggs at home and at the store. Trust us when we say that this is the only outdoor cooker you'll ever need.



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Eric Verardi
Eric Verardi

March 28, 2015

Can you send me a price list and let me know if/when you have any sales or promotional deals? Thanks!

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