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    Big Green Egg Table

    Here is a table that I built about 13 years ago for my Big Green Egg. It is all done with cedar and has a Corian top on it. The locking wheels came off of a hospital gurney and work really well rolling over fairly rough surfaces. In days gone by, this grill went all over the neighborhood!
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    That is a well done project!!!!

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    Nice set up you have. Your giving me a bunch of idea's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 36Tango View Post
    Here is a table that I built about 13 years ago for my Big Green Egg. It is all done with cedar and has a Corian top on it. The locking wheels came off of a hospital gurney and work really well rolling over fairly rough surfaces. In days gone by, this grill went all over the neighborhood!
    Nice grill cart. The Big Green Egg has been around that long??

    Man I just heard about it a few years ago if that and had my first taste last year...
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    Yea, it was 13 years ago at at trade show in Reno that I saw them. I built the guy a Corian top for a cart that he built and shipped it to him, and he gave me a Big Green Egg. I also have one at the lake, but without the cart. The Corian is nice because it can take all the abuse thrown at it, and it still looks good. It will also not hold bacteria like wood tops, so you can prepare righ there on the table and then wipe it down with a lysol type cleaner while the food was cookin'. When the kids were young, we would roll it up or down the neighborhood (hence the big wheels) to whoever had the meat and the beer that day! If I sanded the Cedar again (have not done it since the day I built it), and sanded the corian, it would look like new.

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    BTW, this past weekedn at the same trade show, I saw 3 other companies pretty much building the same kamado style grill as the big green egg. There is a black one (Primo), a red one (can't remember the name), and a green/yellow one (Cajun something?). If I were going to buy one I would look at the other brands also as they have all made improvements from the original egg, which they have really not changed.
    I think that it is Quicknloud on here that sells the Primo, and it seems like a great choice.

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