KCT9103: Nice build...but it seems a bit funny that a guy with a rolex watch, an
audi and a swimming pool is actually complaining about a "$300 nest" for
the BGE...nice job on the build...just an amusing contrast
Jerry Hubbard: one thing I would have done different, use carriage head bolts instead of
screws. Better do a good paint job too or the untreated wood is not going
to last. Other than that, good job. Happy Egging.
maxx hazzard: ok.. i built the table and, i also looked at a few others before, i built
it... all the guys, used wood...so i thought it was ok... i lit my big
green egg on Saturday, keeping it at 250 degrees,,, it burnt a big hole
and, set the table on fire..do yourself a favor spend the $200 and, buy the
nest.... i did...
Glyn Robinson: Looking to build a table next week.
Jerry Hubbard: One more thing, next time you want ribs, get the country style cut. Much
better than bone in ribs.
Glyn Robinson: Marbella Market? Sauce
Garrett: So I was inspired and decided to make one for my medium egg. I almost
finished it in one evening but I ran out of screws! I used plain old
framing studs for the structure and pine for the bench top. I am 6'2 and I
went ahead and made it 43", it still feels kinda tall! Once I have cut the
hole for the egg and put it in I'm sure it will be fine. Have you had any
rain on it to see how it stands up to the elements with no finish?
John Denny: obviously you didn't make your money using the tools in your hands, just
hold the trigger down next time and don't use the impact driver to drill
the holes, use the DRILL to do that and use the impact driver (aka screw
gun) to sink the stainless screws and hold the trigger down until it starts
impacting the internal anvils ka ka ka ). My final comment... great choice
on the sauce; it's amazing on ribs, no BS, try the HOT, THICKER, too, but
original is still my personal fav!
Victoria Jodoin: Think we might tackle this this weekend! Do you happen to have the written
instructions and supply list you could send? Thanks!
TitoMoLe@Gmail.com: Looks great. For next project you should probably consider build a
workbench... Have you apply any finish to it?
Chris Uston: you made that look so easy... amazing
rommell83: Nice video. Thank you very much. I have been planning on making a table for
my Grill Dome cooker and this looks like a great design.
jet3099: I've built eight of these tables so far, and the basic plan on their
website is pretty good. One tip: use at least 3" casters to make the table
easier to move, each wheel having a 100 lb. rating or higher.
Kristof Cloet: I'm about to make my own table, you make it look ridiculously easy, thanks
for the video.
Mark Sheridan: Well done great effort. Gonna inspire me to get something similar together
tomorrow. Massive Egghead from the UK...
dougedstrom: Good video thanks for sharing, one question, when your lifting the lid the
egg seems to rock around a bit. Is this from the cart not being level or
the base of the egg not being secure, i guess no way to attach the egg to
the cart other than gravity?
M0D0C42: Man, that turned out great! Man, that turned out great! Oh, I already said
that. But, you showed two things that turned out great! : )
BigMeat Sunday: I gave it about 3/4s of an inch. Its basic thermodynamics. accounting for
thermo dilution of heat via both atmospheric conditions and ambient air
temp, as well as the density of the ceramic and its internal thermal
reflectivity, I figured that if the inside is 900 degrees, the outside
should only be about 450. thus the buffer between the ceramic and the wood
would expect a N/2x.0432(the termal fall off median) of about 100 degrees
per inch of fall off. so it seemed plenty.
Ravengate100: I'm envious, I've been watching Greg on Ballistic BBQ use his, so I'm sure
you will be happy with the results. When I first starting looking for the
BGE I knew I ws in trouble when I couldn't find published prices, then I
went into the store and had to sit down. They are definitely a tight dealer
network with controlled prices but the quality appears to be top notch.
mradios: Great video, thanks for sharing, wanted to buy the table but after this
video will build one. did a bit of searching for plan the biggreenegg
website has different Measurement. The Cart size from Bigmeat Sunday:
27x44x39 will be more practical because the cut for the Big Egg needs to be
21". the only thing I would adjust is the H39 ---->H35 which after adding
the caster and the top 1x3 the finish height become H35+3"(caster)+7/8"
Mark Henderson: Purely Into Making Progress
BigMeat Sunday: you bet man!
BigMeat Sunday: thanks bud!
Sandro200009: Wow nice job))
BigMeat Sunday: Grin gravity the eggs is very dense so it effects the alligator mouth I
minbound: Looking good buddy, FEDEX me some of those ribs will ya? Lol. Merry Birfday
Bulwark1911: Looks like a mini-Kiln !!
BigMeat Sunday: thanks bro, not for a couple more weeks but thanks all the same!
Funnyskilletgirl777: I've always wanted one of those! Great project, would like to try it.
threetime1: I think the whole BGE line is ridiculously priced.
BigMeat Sunday: thing is killer I love it.. take care big J
Hard Liquor Soft Drinks: Any chance you remember how much you spent on supplies? or how much you
Joe S: What did you set the egg on?
JC Paint | Paracord Workz: nice job on the cart and yeah its crazy what they ask for the stands and
tables. I'm looking at getting the Grill Dome Komado cooker. They are
pricey but they are beautiful grills with some thick ceramic walls.
Amy Lynn's Kitchen: Wow... that table rocks! Congrats on the Big Green Egg! Great video as
always my friend! Wishing you a very happy and blessed Birthday!!!
FitAnge S: Wow how awesome are you! That's great work and your so talented. Nothing
beats the dewalt branded tools, they get the job done every time. HAPPY
BIRTHDAY to you my friend. Great job and great video.
Prepper556: Very nice bro, it came out great!
BigMeat Sunday: love that T D I... will last forever and gets insane good mileage!
eldarksombra: Congrats on the BGE! I've had mine for just about 5 years, also a large. I
did the same and built my own table. Not only does it make killer BBQ, but
pizzas and breads are amazing too. The only downside I've found is that I
wish I had an XL for when I'm entertaining a group. Enjoy!
ImRamro: That was great, you really can build things other than computers, lol. I
liked the reloading bench and now the egg holder, your design rocked.
TheLowBuck Prepper: great job man, I've heard a lot of good things about the egg
BigMeat Sunday: I just kinda had a visual of the plan in my head I have nothing on paper
BigMeat Sunday: thanks brother man
Alan McKay: Oh it looks like you missed something at 5:15. You cut away and then you
have a skirt around the tabletop and you don't show what the skirt is
composed of or how you did it
Linda's Pantry: I really do have Green egg envy:)
BigMeat Sunday: I can pretty much do what ever I set my mind too, and I love working with
my hands. Maybe Ill WOW you with some of my musical styling's next video
LOL... you like Metallica ? LOL
SmokeyGoodness: I tip my hat to you, John. Building and BBQ'n, all in one video!
Mr 5: Nice looking Audi too ;-$
Alan McKay: Great vid - thanks for the inspiration. Looks like I can do this myself!
atvbuttercup: Awesome build