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Old 05-27-2018, 06:28 PM
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Default Blackstone Griddles anyone here use them?

To start with I am lazy and did not do a search. I am exploring adding a Blackstone griddle next to my green egg. I like the idea of a griddle any one here use them? good quality? Whats say the THT experts?
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Old 05-27-2018, 06:42 PM
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I wouldn’t say m a THT expert, but we have one of the black stone griddles. We have had it for a few years, works great. You can make a killer brunch or burgers.
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We have the 17" model works great for camping I also bought my mom one for Mother's Day they are great.
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They are awesome once you fabricate a bigger grease pot and learn the hot spots. No betterm way to cook breakfast for a crowd or practice your hibachi skills
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Watched one at work on a camping trip this weekend, likely going on my purchase list very soon!
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Purchased a 36” at Home Depot a few weekends ago when I saw it on sale for $250,00. I have been eyeing for a while and that price point I couldn’t refuse.

I seasoned it up and have been using almost on a daily basis since. In between rain storms this weekend I did breakfast both days. Saturday was pancakes, sausages and eggs and today was blueberry pancakes and omelettes. I love the ability to cook a bunch of pancakes all at once. Tomorrow is hash browns and eggs over easy.

I have also done blackened fish without setting off smoke detectors in house which was a bonus, fajitas, quesadillas, burgers, cheesesteaks etc.

It seems to be propane thirsty or maybe I just have used it that much
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Old 05-27-2018, 07:38 PM
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I have the portable 17" I believe they now have a 22" portable. The 17" is pretty small.
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Old 05-27-2018, 08:07 PM
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Originally Posted by soflah3 View Post
Purchased a 36” at Home Depot a few weekends ago when I saw it on sale for $250,00. I have been eyeing for a while and that price point I couldn’t refuse.

I seasoned it up and have been using almost on a daily basis since. In between rain storms this weekend I did breakfast both days. Saturday was pancakes, sausages and eggs and today was blueberry pancakes and omelettes. I love the ability to cook a bunch of pancakes all at once. Tomorrow is hash browns and eggs over easy.

I have also done blackened fish without setting off smoke detectors in house which was a bonus, fajitas, quesadillas, burgers, cheesesteaks etc.

It seems to be propane thirsty or maybe I just have used it that much
OK I am done sold press hard 3rd copy is yours
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Old 05-27-2018, 08:53 PM
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Just made fajitas last night on our 17" portable version

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Old 05-28-2018, 01:48 PM
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Yes, you need one! Just posted in food and beverage. I just got the 17" blue rhino at Lowes. Really impressed and love cooking on it. Might even get a larger one for parties.
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I have the 22" model, has 2 burners, the 17" model has 1 burner. I love mine, use it as much as I can.

Funny, you bring this up now! Just yesterday I was in a Walmart and they had a 22" model with a stand and lid for $150. Can be used on the stand or just used as a tabletop griddle. The guts seemed the same as mine but the frame was cheaper. Mine is stainless steel and the walmart version is just black aluminum. But at $150 it is a bargain.
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Veggies on mine today whill the chicken cooked on the grill...love it.
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I just bought a Royal Gourmet 3 burner griddle on Ebay it had good reviews so I pulled the trigger. Blackstone did not have the size I wanted.
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Not to derail, but this is an EVO 32” griddle.. Works like the Blackstone but bigger .. Just got it, but so far, so good...
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Not to derail, but this is an EVO 32” griddle.. Works like the Blackstone but bigger .. Just got it, but so far, so good...
Just googled that...WOW...how much did you pay for it?
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I have 2 36” in my food trailer. I have cooked thousands of pounds of food on them, the only thing I have to say negative is the igniters go bad
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Originally Posted by suzuki140 View Post
We have the 17" model works great for camping I also bought my mom one for Mother's Day they are great.

Thanks, looking at one for camping as well.

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These look freaking awesome.
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Have been eyeing the Camp Chef griddle for the farm when the house is completed

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Sorry to dig up an old one. I'm about to purchase a Kamado Joe, and am going to build a table for it.

Thinking of incorporating one of these griddles into the table. Was wondering how they hold up to some salt (couple miles from the ocean), and generally just being outdoors full time? I have a deck, not a covered porch, so it will get rained on.

Any thoughts would be welcomed.
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