Big Green Egg launches its own magazine

Big Green Egg recently launched its own publishing division and unveiled the first edition of Big Green Egg Lifestyle magazine.

Big Green Egg Lifestyle magazineThe print edition can be viewed online as an expanded digital publication by visiting the following link:

During 2011, Big Green Egg expanded its creative services departments to include graphic design, interactive communications and video-centric Web content.

"We wanted to showcase the many award-winning chefs around the world who use the Big Green Egg in their culinary kitchens and restaurants, as well as backyard fans who are in search of the perfect steak or brisket, and our new publication does that and more," said Jodi Burson, marketing manager, Big Green Egg. "We have included a complete product catalog within the magazine, so now our consumers can learn about the EGG and see how the various EGGcessories contribute to the amazing results that the Big Green Egg is known for."

Among the chefs and personalities profiled in the first edition of the magazine are Daniel Clifford (Two Michelin Stars, Midsummer House, England), Lee Ann Whippen (Chicago Q, and winner of Food Network's Throwdown! with Bobby Flay), Sergio Herman (Three Michelin Stars, Oud Sluis, Netherlands), and Dr. BBQ, Ray Lampe (The NFL Gameday Cookbook).

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