The Big Green Egg lives on!

The versatile and legendary Big Green Egg...need I say more?
By: BlueShift7, LLC
Aug. 6, 2010 - PRLog -- For some, it’s legend- tied to the holiday traditions of childhood like a favorite food.  For others, it a ubiquitary part of a house, like the kitchen or the garage.  It’s just something that you have at home.  For several generations, the aptly-named Big Green Egg has been the slow cooker to use.  Period.  There is no other like it.

Fashioned after an ancient clay cooker called a ‘kamado,’ the Big Green Egg was introduced in its current form in 1974.  Switching from clay to a durable ceramic material has made the Big Green Egg not just more reliable-  the design changes have made it virtually indestructible.

See what I mean:

More flexible and easier to use than a conventional grill, the Big Green Egg can serve as a smoker, grill and oven.  Find another backyard tool that can do that!  It heats up faster and retains heat better better than a traditional grill, it is safer for children since the exterior stays cooler, it is completely weatherproof and it cooks food better than traditional models of grills.

Since it is easily the most versatile, durable, delicious outdoor grilling option on the market today, the only thing to decide is what size you might want.  Adding a Big Green Egg to your home (or replacing the parts on your old one, which is amazingly simple to do) opens up your options!  You’ll get decades of use out of it- no more buying a new grill every few years.  Check out for yourself how much easier you can make get-togethers with your own Big Green Egg.

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