Big Green Egg introduces custom tables, cooking islands

Big Green Egg tableThe Eco-Wood Craftsman table by Big Green Egg, shown in Nicaraguan Teak
ATLANTA - The Big Green Egg Company enhanced its product lineup at the 2013 HPB Expo in Orlando, Fla., with the launch of a line of custom tables and cooking islands engineered specifically for the Big Green Egg.

The new Eco-Wood Craftsman tables are hand-crafted by skilled artisans who transform fine materials into stylish and durable tables for the Big Green Egg. The exotic materials are grown in ecologically sustainable forests under the watchful eye of agronomists and artisans who cultivate and handcraft the solid wood tables.

Options include strong and durable imported Nicaraguan Teak or Royal Mahogany.

The Big Green Egg Custom Cooking Island, which

Big Green Egg islandThe Big Green Egg Custom Cooking Island
measures 76 inches/1.93 meters wide, features heavy duty roller drawers, ample storage cabinets for charcoal and utensils and a durable, weather resistant finish.

The contours of the bar top counter design, which are exclusive to Big Green Egg, "create a functional piece of art, backed by the company's commitment to exceptional quality and lasting value," a press release states.

The Big Green Egg offers a complete cooking system, including five sizes of cookers and hundreds of accessories designed to enhance the versatility of outdoor cooking on the Egg.

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