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Posted by: Little Steven on 2006/09/05 16:04:01  

Hello all,

I've been using the Big Green Egg for about six years and just bought the XL model. I considered mayself fairly competent with the large model but my first attempts with the XL have not been great. I have found the XL heats much faster and takes longer to cool to cooking temparature. I think this is because of the larger orfices and shallower charcoal pan. Has anyone gone from the large to XL that can offer advice?

Thanks Steve

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