Big Green Egg
Why Buy a Big Green Egg?
The Most Versatile Cooking Device Ever. . .
Are you looking for the ultimate cooking experience? Look no further than the state-of-the-art ceramic Big Green Egg! These beauties come with stainless steel cooking grids and permanent porcelain glaze that will look great, and perform even better, for years to come.
The Big Green Egg is simple to start and offers precise cooking temperature control. You can grill, bake and smoke at the perfect temperature by simply adjusting the patented air flow systems. It just doesn’t get much easier than this.
You can rest easy knowing that your new Big Green Egg is made in America and can handle precision cooking temperatures as high as 750 degrees. The Big Green Egg is equally adept at direct grilling and indirect grilling, keeping your options wide-open depending on your tastes and needs.
Legacy Feed & Fuel is proud to offer several styles of Big Green Eggs for all of your cooking needs!
The Big Green Egg Advantages
Sear the perfect steaks, pork chops or burgers on the EGG. High temperature “steak house” grilling – even at 750º F / 400º C – is quick and easy! Using the two dampers for accurate control, you can lower the heat to a more moderate temperature for other grilled foods. Fish and seafood turn out moist and tender with a flavor-packed crust unmatched by other grills.
Using the indirect cooking method with a Plate Setter, the Big Green Egg bakes bread, pizza, casseroles, cobblers and pies better than your kitchen oven. . . you may never cook indoors again! The Big Green Egg retains heat and moisture so well that foods don’t dry out! Poultry, lamb, beef and vegetables are naturally tastier because the juices and flavors stay locked inside.
The insulating ceramics of the Big Green Egg allow you to precisely control the temperature even at low heat. A controllable 200 to 350°F / 93 to 177°C gives succulent results with turkey, ham, lamb, chicken, ribs or any of your favorite cuts, infusing them with the aromatic wood smoke flavor. Want to slow cook at low heat for sixteen to eighteen hours. . . no problem!