Sunday, November 29, 2009


Eggtoberfest 2009 was Saturday, October 17. What is Eggtobergest you ask? It's a celebration of the Big Green Egg held in Tucker, GA, home of the Big Green Egg. Besides all the great food we sampled, the best part is the fact that they sell the Eggs after the festival. You can get a Big Green Egg that's been used only once for a fraction of the price of a new getup. The weather was darn near foul with temps in the 40s and periods of heavy rain. It didn't hold us back though. We ate like kings. Pictured above Heather, Labon and Katie flash our impromptu hand signal for Eggtoberfest.

Everything was very tasty. Labon's favorite was the bacon-wrapped pearl onions, "pearl bites." Yum. So the deal is that you either pay admission or you volunteer to cook something (we simply paid to get in). There were probably 150 Eggs fired up with everything from loaves of bread to shrimp and grits to wings to pizza. All hail the versatility of the Big Green Egg! (below you can see a pizza)

Here's the view as we arrived. The event is held at Big Green Egg HQ in Tucker.

Pork tenderloin with all sorts of goodies on it.

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