Cooking this holiday season with the Big Green Egg
November 05, 2010
The grilling season doesn't have to end just because cold weather has rolled in. For those who live in frigid areas of the country during the winter months, it may be worth bundling up to grill up holiday favorites on the Big Green Egg.
This Kamado-style grill is efficient in trapping heat and giving food a smokey, unique taste that can only be found through this traditional style of cooking. The Big Green Egg has only one a small vent at the top to keep heat from escaping and require less charcoal for fire. The grill is crafted from ceramic which also enables it to retain heat as well.
This Thanksgiving, families can consider grilling slices of roasted turkey to give variety to their big dinner. Similar to other grills, the Big Green Egg can be used to give zest to vegetables and other side dishes as well.
During holiday celebrations the Big Green Egg can be used to cook main courses such as steak or turkey. Even amateur chefs can use the appliance and wow guests with their creations. The Big Green Egg has given a new meaning to conventional grilling.