Big Green Eggs
This is the Biggest Green Egg that there is! If you are an avid
party thrower or have a lot of big family reunions then this one
is for you! There are plenty opportunities for cooking (large and
small) with this size egg so explore them all today with your
owl XXL Egg!
Grid Diameter: 29 inches / 74 cm
Cooking Area: 672 sq inches / 4336 sq cm
Weight: 470 lbs / 213 kgs
The XXL EGG can cook: 35-40 juicy burgers. 14-16 whole
chickens, 20 mouth-watering racks of ribs vertically, or 1
Most popular EGGcessories: convEGGtor, Table Nest,
EGG Mates - Composite 3 Slat, 100% Natural Lump Charcoal, Pizza
& Baking Stones, Temperature Control - DigiQ, Mitts - Eggmitt BBQ
The XLarge Big Green Egg has plenty of cooking area for large
family cook outs or get togethers with your friends. Like to prep
your meals in advance? There’s plenty of room to cook several
meals all at once! This Big Green Egg could be the one for you,
check it out!
Grid Diameter: 24 inches / 61 cm
Cooking Area: 452 sq inches / 2919 sq cm
Weight: 219 lbs / 99 kgs
The XL EGG can cook: 24 juicy burgers. 2 20-pound
turkeys, 11 whole chickens, 12 steaks, or 12 vertical racks of
Most popular EGGcessories: convEGGtor, Nest for an
XLarge EGG, EGG Mates - Composite 3 Slat, Temperature Control -
DigiQ, Custom Cooking Island, Rib and Roast Racks, Tool Set -
Custom Stainless Steel (3 Piece), Mitts - EGGmitt BBQ Glove,
Cast Iron Cooking Grids
The Large Big Green Egg is the perfect size to handle the cooking
needs of most families and friend gatherings. It is the most popular
size and it accommodates all EGGcessories for baking, roastin, or
smoking. It’s versatility is what makes it the most popular as it‘s
large enough for 12 burgers at once and is efficient enough for
an impromptu 20 pound turkey!
Grid Diameter: 18.25 inches / 46 cm
Cooking Area: 262 sq inches / 1688 sq cm
Weight: 162 lbs / 73 kgs
The Large EGG can cook: a 20-pound turkey, 12 burgers,
6 chickens vertically, 7 racks of ribs vertically, or 8 steaks
Most popular EGGcessories: convEGGtor, Nest for a Large
EGG, Pizza & Baking Stones, Extended Racks - 3 Level Cooking Grid,
Rib and Roast Racks, Vertical Roaster - Sittin’ Chicken Ceramic Roaster,
Mitts - EGGmitt BBQ Glove, Temperature Gauge - 3” Dial
This egg is happiness in a smaller package - it is perfectly sized
for smaller families or couples while still accommodating all
the most popular EGGcessories like the convEGGtor and the
Pizza & Baking Stone. It’s just as versatile and efficient as all
the other Big Green Eggs but the perfect size for a backyard
cookout of four steaks or an 18-pound turkey at
Grid Diameter: 15 inches / .38 cm
Cooking Area: 177 sq inches / 1140 sq cm
Weight: 113 lbs / 51 kgs
The Medium EGG can cook: 18-pound turkey, 6 burgers,
3 whole chickens vertically, 4 steaks, or 4 racks of ribs vertically
Most popular EGGcessories: convEGGtor, Nest for a
Medium or Small EGG, Pizza & Baking Stones, Mitts - EGGmitt
BBQ Glove, Egg Mates - Composite 2 Slat
Big flavor in a small package! This Small EGG is perfect for smaller
spaces such as balconies or patios and can still cook enough food
for a family of four! It is often used together with a larger EGG to
allow preparation of several courses all at once. It is also perfect
for restaurants who want the performance of an EGG that will still
fit in the space of a commercial kitchen.
Grid Diameter: 13 inches / 33 cm
Cooking Area: 133 sq inches / 856 sq cm
Weight: 80 lbs / 36 kgs
The Small EGG can cook: 12-pound turkey, 4 juicy burgers,
1 chicken vertically, 2 steaks, or 1 rack of ribs
Most popular EGGcessories: convEGGtor, Nest for a
Medium or Small EGG, EGG Mates - Composite 2 Slat, Tool Set -
Stainless Steel with Wood Handles (3 Piece), Rib and Roast Racks,
Vertical Roaster - Stainless Steel Chicken Roaster
This is the newest member of the Big Green Egg family and it’s
proof that great things do come in small packages. This EGG is
the first to arive with its own Carrier! MiniMax is perfect for
camping, poolisde, or tailgating but is also just as at home at
award-winning restaurants. The MiniMax is built to perform
and is ready to travel wherever your life takes you!
Grid Diameter: 13 inches / 33 cm
Cooking Area: 133 sq inches / 855 sq cm
Height: 19.5 in / 50 cm
Weight: 90 lbs / 40 kgs
The MiniMax EGG can cook: 12-pound turkey, 4 juicy
burgers, 1 chicken vertically, 2 steaks, or 1 rack of ribs
Most popular EGGcessories: convEGGtor, Cast Iron
Cooking Grids, Ash Tool, Nest Covers
This is the perfect Big Green Egg for cooking for two or if you
live on your own. Able to handle smaller meals efficiently, it’s
perfect for grilling on apartment balconies, camping, and
boating. Leave those propane canisters in the dust and enjoy
your favorite campfire meal on the Mini!
Grid Diameter: 10 inches / 25 cm
Cooking Area: 79 sq inches / 507 sq cm
Weight: 36 lbs / 17 kgs
The Mini EGG can cook: 2 chicken breasts, 2 pork chops,
or 1 steak
Most popular EGGcessories: convEGGtor, Tool Set - Stainless
Steel with Wood Handles (3 Piece), Charcoal Starters - All Natural
We now have our backyard oasis!!! Absolutely love how everything turned out. Brian and his crew were wonderful and paid very close attention to detail!! Any unexpected issues that came up, they were able to quickly fix and when we wanted to add on to the project we were able to get the supplies needed quickly. Overall job well done and can’t wait for future projects with Envisioning Green!! :) big thanks to Charles for the vision, Justin and Steven for keeping it all together and Brian and his crew for making it happen! Time to enjoy some backyard parties!
Mary Beth – Maryville, IL
We appreciate all the ideas, energy and work you put into our project. From design through construction you were very professional, easy to work with, and committed to giving us what we wanted. We are very pleased with the result and in knowing we chose the right company to create our backyard experience.
– Rick & Brandi – Edwardsville, IL
We purchased or new Ranch style home nearly four years ago after living in a two-story for 20 plus years. This was the type of home and style of home my wife and I were searching for once we decided to move. We found our dream home sitting on 2 difficult acres. Once in the backyard, it sloped heavily down to a 1 Acre retention pond that was really in awful condition. We did see potential for something very special if we could find the right company to partner with. We met the entire staff at Envisioning green through an invitation to one of their Wine Open Houses. While there, we were able to see their many outdoor exhibits and view their picture portfolios and well as speak with some of their current and past customers.
Late last summer and we had their owner and designer over to discuss the entire project; both pond remediation and backyard creation. We wanted a pool, gas fire pit and an outdoor bar and as usually happens....once we got going, we added a little more!
The process was quite impressive as we gave them a list of must haves and a budget for the project. We did have change orders for things we elected to add but once we signed, it couldn't have gone smoother. The project turned out amazingly like the electronic design plan they initially presented us with no unwanted surprises. They worked through the winter, around the early spring rains and we are now enjoying our backyard immensely.
With our property, there was so much more complexity than what I'm able to describe here and we knew we couldn't turn this over to just any company based solely on price or promise. For the reasonable budget we gave them we received an "HGTV"" backyard in return. Great job Envisioning Green!
Larry & Kris – Maryville, IL
Don’t Want To Write This Review … Seriously
Having read the title, it would be understandable if your mind jumped to the assumption that I am preparing to present a plethora of faults with the company, the crew, the work … whatever. But nothing could be further from my thoughts. The reason for my not wanting to write this review is because reviews mark the end of something and I find it hard to meet this particular end; the people involved here, the ones leaving because their work is finished, are people I’ve come to so admire and care about.
I’m 63 years old. I’ve hired contractors throughout my life for big jobs, small jobs and all of those in between. Too often I’ve been profoundly amazed at the level of incompetence displayed by self-proclaimed professionals; their work so shoddy that one simply had to accept the entirety of their training must have come from watching YouTube videos or that some had perhaps once made a wooden letter holder for their mother and, having completed that arduous task, then decided they were skilled enough to build houses. After experiencing so many contractor related disappointments through the years, I finally came to often expect the worst as the new normal.
At 62, I bought my retirement home and soon decided it needed some updates that were far beyond my own ability to complete. I began with a clear vision of what I wanted and began seeking out a company, a partner, that could bring my ideas to life. I called or visited companies large and not-so-large and even approached recommended individuals. Most all of these I asked said they couldn’t do what I wanted and those few that said they could really didn’t have the quality materials, proper experience or share vision that I was looking for. In that I would be spending my retirement money on one-time projects, I could no longer afford to have contractors that were only going to provide me with “good-enough” or less. In driving around through southern Illinois and Missouri, I’d seen some beautiful places with completed projects similar to what I wanted but couldn’t bring myself to go up and ask any of the home owners who it was had done the work for them. My bad.
Then I began searching the internet with key terms like outdoor fireplace, stone staircase, outdoor kitchen, etc.; began searching images of such projects that closely matched what I had imagined. Clicking on an image would sometimes provide a link to the company that had built the project. And that’s how it was I came to find an image, clicked on it and discovered a link to Envisioning Green. I thought it an odd name but, hey, the image was all that and so I was willing to reach out this one more time.
Lindsey Bigham answered the phone when I rang Envisioning Green. I was in a mood and immediately launched into a rather loud and semi-accusatory rant the second she finished saying hello...