£1895 INC VAT
FAMILY BEST SELLER
The Bigger Green Egg. All the same flavour and versatility but just more of it. This is our most popular size for families, those entertaining large gatherings and those looking to produce show-stopping meals. Comes with ConvEGGtor and Stainless Steel Grid.
Comes with ConvEGGtor and Stainless Steel Grid.
Own an EGG and you’re saying that you don’t do average, you like the finer things in life, and that you’re willing to push the boat out. Ready? Let's discover something incredible.
IT'S AN OVEN TOO
This EGG is so much more than a barbecue. With the ConvEGGtor at your disposal (included with every EGG purchase), you can make pizza, hot-smoked salmon and sourdough bread. You can pull off astonishing brisket, pulled pork and ribs or just prepare for the greatest roast chicken of your life.
IN THE BOXXL Big Green Egg
New and improved Fire Ring & Fire Grate
Stainless Steel Cooking Grid
Tel-Tru Thermometer Dome Gauge
Standard Kerbside Shipping included
External EGG diameter: 27"/ 69cm
External EGG diameter INCLUDING the hinge and handle: 32"/ 82cm
Cooking Surface diameter: 24"/ 61cm
Weight: 205lbs / 93kgs
Height 32" / 82cm
Colour: British Racing Green
WHY DOES FOOD TASTE BETTER ON AN EGG
In an open barbecue, flavour and moisture simply escape out into the atmosphere. With a Big Green Egg, everything stays locked inside the dome. Pair that with our charcoal - which gives a surprising amount of rich, umami depth - and you're onto something special. The rest is magic.
WHY ARE THE CERAMICS SO IMPORTANT
Some say that building our EGGs with NASA-grade ceramics is overkill. We think it's the thing that sets us apart. Better ceramic technology means better heat retention, which in turn produces a longer, more consistent cook. That's why with one batch of charcoal, a Large EGG can cook for up to 24 hours.
CAN I COOK IN THE RAIN
We actively encourage you to. You can enjoy the unforgettable flavours of the EGG all year round — come rain, wind, or snow. There's something about bad weather and cold temperatures that makes fire-cooked food particularly warm the cockles.