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Old 07-28-2017, 05:47 PM   #101
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Anyone had any luck with the griddle plates off Amazon?

Seems like a way to add some functionality to the gas grill.
Might not be big enough to really support a major cooking effort but then again they don't cost $$$$ either.



https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0009N0Q2U..._t2_B00008GKDQ
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Old 07-28-2017, 08:06 PM   #102
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Anyone had any luck with the griddle plates off Amazon?



Seems like a way to add some functionality to the gas grill.

Might not be big enough to really support a major cooking effort but then again they don't cost $$$$ either.







https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0009N0Q2U..._t2_B00008GKDQ


I have a perfectly good Weber I could make good use of with that if I decided to join the cool club. Plus it would give me a place to store it in between cooks
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Old 07-28-2017, 08:36 PM   #103
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A little burgers, sausage and taters tonight
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Old 07-28-2017, 09:29 PM   #104
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Old 07-28-2017, 10:38 PM   #106
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You aint lyin... Bout to order one off amazon....
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Old 07-28-2017, 11:40 PM   #107
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I have a perfectly good Weber I could make good use of with that if I decided to join the cool club. Plus it would give me a place to store it in between cooks
I always thought you were a founder of the Cool Club !!

I'm thinking like you, double duty on my existing grill. Give one of these a try and see just how much I like it before shelling out $$. I've got one of those Charbroil infrared grills and I can't see myself giving it up. Best gas grill I've ever owned.
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Old 07-29-2017, 09:34 AM   #108
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Anyone had any luck with the griddle plates off Amazon?

Seems like a way to add some functionality to the gas grill.
Might not be big enough to really support a major cooking effort but then again they don't cost $$$$ either.


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0009N0Q2U..._t2_B00008GKDQ
I've used one similar to this for years, and love it...However when I grow up I want one of the cool ones
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Old 07-29-2017, 04:25 PM   #109
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I'm spending time with my family at Lake Livingston State Park this weekend. Brought the griddle with me. This morning was pancakes and Blue Ribbon peppered bacon. Burgers will be hitting the griddle later today.




It's sure makes it easy to multitask on a 36" grill.


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Old 07-29-2017, 05:17 PM   #110
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Looks good! Nice to be able to make a lot at one time ain't it?


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Old 07-29-2017, 05:51 PM   #111
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Anyone done a Philly Cheese Steak yet???


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Old 07-29-2017, 05:58 PM   #112
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I like the camp chef approach. Basically a 2 to 3 burner setup that you can buy the heavy duty griddle for. Used them in scout campouts. Folds up to put in a trailer and can use it to boil water, fry stuff, etc.

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Old 07-29-2017, 05:58 PM   #113
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Burgers are ready!

Seasoned up the meat and placed them on the left side of the griddle. Flipped and added pepper jack cheese. On the right side of the griddle I took a stick of real butter and melted a thin layer across it. Placed the buns on the buttered griddle and lightly toasted. Had all the fixings for everyone to make them how they want them. We gonna eat and go fishing now.





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Old 07-29-2017, 06:00 PM   #114
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I like the camp chef approach. Basically a 2 to 3 burner setup that you can buy the heavy duty griddle for. Used them in scout campouts. Folds up to put in a trailer and can use it to boil water, fry stuff, etc.

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I like this idea for keeping in my travel trailer. I will have to check those out.
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Old 07-29-2017, 06:04 PM   #115
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Just a reminder. When you warm your tortillas on the grill make sure you leave some of the bacon grease on the grill. Tortillas stay really soft and taste really good !!!!
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Old 07-29-2017, 06:11 PM   #116
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I like this idea for keeping in my travel trailer. I will have to check those out.
Yep, can by a roller bag, etc. You can buy a 3x, 2x, or 1x griddle. The 2x is good on a 3 burner as it is 32" and gives you that extra burner for making coffee, oatmeal, gravy, biscuits (in oven) etc.

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Old 07-29-2017, 08:18 PM   #117
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I had a buddy tell me "you can't cook scrambled eggs on a griddle. It will just run down the grease drain."

I hope this ain't true because I was planning on making breakfast tacos on it in the morning. Any advice?


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Old 07-29-2017, 08:25 PM   #118
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I had a buddy tell me "you can't cook scrambled eggs on a griddle. It will just run down the grease drain."

I hope this ain't true because I was planning on making breakfast tacos on it in the morning. Any advice?


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Get both spatulas, low to medium heat, pour rooster bullets on get to mixin. Works just fine.


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Old 07-29-2017, 08:28 PM   #119
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I had a buddy tell me "you can't cook scrambled eggs on a griddle. It will just run down the grease drain."

I hope this ain't true because I was planning on making breakfast tacos on it in the morning. Any advice?


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Your buddy must never have gone to a diner or anything like that. Make sure the griddle is pretty level first.

Get it fairly warm, throw just a smudge of butter on if you want, scramble away.
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Old 07-30-2017, 08:11 AM   #120
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Found a recipe for smash burgers. Gonna give this a try next time.
Pretty easy process. I think the key is small hamburger balls.. about 5 per pound of 80/20 meat. Make into meatball then add seasoning to the top of the ball (it will season evenly when smashed). Very hot griddle. A dab of butter on griddle. Then the meat ball. Immediately smash very flat. Use a spatula or bacon press or something. Hold the firm smash for 10 seconds, then release. You'll have a flat as a pancake pattie. Let it fry for about 60-90 seconds. Till its bubbling up like pancakes do. Use sharp spatula to pry the burger (with the sear) from the griddle. Flip it over. Add a slice of cheese and fry 60-90 seconds longer. TIPS: Parchment paper will help keep the meat from sticking to the press when you smash. Use two patties per serving for a good size sandwich.
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Old 07-30-2017, 09:50 AM   #121
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Just ordered the 28" from Amazon. Will be here end of the week and I can't wait. Hope I don't miss the real estate but wanted portable.


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Old 07-30-2017, 10:24 AM   #122
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Easiest eggs ever. I don't think my buddy knows what he's talking about.

I had two spatulas and looked like a hibachi chef

Melted some butter on the griddle and went to work. Thanks guys
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Old 07-30-2017, 10:32 AM   #123
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Easiest eggs ever. I don't think my buddy knows what he's talking about.

I had two spatulas and looked like a hibachi chef

Melted some butter on the griddle and went to work. Thanks guys
Inquiring minds want to know when your new restaurant will open. That's the next step. Could be you may have missed your calling as a chef.

Seriously though, I'm trying to decide on which griddle to order. The Cajun Hibachi is a little pricey and doesn't look as easy to haul around like the Blackstone.
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Old 07-30-2017, 11:46 AM   #124
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Old 07-30-2017, 05:21 PM   #125
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Old 07-30-2017, 05:32 PM   #126
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http://www.blazegrills.com/product/b...t-gas-griddle/

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Seasoning a 36er now
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so happy I got over the griddle fad 2 years ago! I was great, I cooked everything under the sun. now the griddle sits in the back of the shop with the turkey fryer and other cooking stuff I never use anymore. enjoy the fun with your new griddles while it lasts.
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Old 07-30-2017, 09:11 PM   #129
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Crack two eggs at a time straight onto the griddle and scramble with spatula. Save a step and a dirty dish. Two eggs to a burrito is a bout right. Everybody gets eggs hot off the griddle that will way.
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so happy I got over the griddle fad 2 years ago! I was great, I cooked everything under the sun. now the griddle sits in the back of the shop with the turkey fryer and other cooking stuff I never use anymore. enjoy the fun with your new griddles while it lasts.
Three years and going strong. Cooked breakfast Saturday and Sunday mornings at the cabin and supper on Friday night.

I'll wear mine out before I stop using it then I'll buy another
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Old 07-30-2017, 09:48 PM   #131
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so happy I got over the griddle fad 2 years ago! I was great, I cooked everything under the sun. now the griddle sits in the back of the shop with the turkey fryer and other cooking stuff I never use anymore. enjoy the fun with your new griddles while it lasts.
Why would you not continue to use?
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Why would you not continue to use?
kids all gone, and we dont entertain much anymore. to big to cook a sunday breakfast for just wife and me. someday I will break it out again.

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kids all gone, and we dont entertain much anymore. to big to cook a sunday breakfast for just wife and me. someday I will break it out again.
So it's not a "fad" then you just don't have anyone to cook for. I've got 7 people living with me, and the griddle is just what I need. I have a smokehouse, offset BBQ pit, gas grill, and a park style charcoal grill. Right now I'm loving the new griddle. Sure I may use it more now because it's new, but I don't see myself ever not using it.
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Found these and thought I would share them with everyone. I like this top cover better long term than the cloth cover. Also the grease slide is a must.




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Dang Jeff, with all the food pics of your cooking, I'm sure hoping my fabricator gets done with mine this week so I can weld it up this weekend and COOK SOMETHING!!
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We cooked every meal on it while camping this past weekend. I think some skirt steak will hit the griddle tonight for fajitas!
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So it's not a "fad" then you just don't have anyone to cook for. I've got 7 people living with me, and the griddle is just what I need. I have a smokehouse, offset BBQ pit, gas grill, and a park style charcoal grill. Right now I'm loving the new griddle. Sure I may use it more now because it's new, but I don't see myself ever not using it.
its looks like a new tbh fad to me! move on...........
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its looks like a new tbh fad to me! move on...........


Thanks for your input.
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Recipe: shrimp on the griddle.



Ingredients
1 Tablespoon olive oil
2 Tablespoon Butter
4 Cloves garlic
12 oz Shrimp
1 Pinch of .salt
1 Tablespoon Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
3 Dashes Cayenne Pepper
Chopped Parsley
2 Cups cooked rice
1 tsp Sesame Oil
2 tsp Soy Sauce
1 TBSP Ponzu Sauce
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1. Turn griddle to medium heat.
2. Add the olive oil and butter.
3. Add the garlic and sauté until aromatic.
4. Add the shrimp and stir to combine well.
5. Add the salt and lemon juice then move the shrimp around to coat it all evenly.
6. Top the shrimp with the cayenne pepper and parsley.
7. Move the shrimp over and add the rice to the griddle.
8. Add the sesame oil, soy sauce, and ponzu to the rice. Toss the rice to coat in the sauce. Add chopped parsley and toss some more.
9. Plate the rice first, then top with the shrimp. Sprinkle a little more fresh chopped parsley on top and serve immediately.

Recipe Notes
Shrimp cooks fast so once it hits the griddle it will typically only take 4-5 minutes to cook. Pay attention to the shape and color to make sure you don't overcook it. The shrimp will turn opaque and curl up like a letter "C". Once it hits this point quickly garnish with the Cayenne pepper and parsley and remove from the heat.


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its looks like a new tbh fad to me! move on...........
Yea, that's kinda what the back button on the old inter web is for... hopefully this is just your parting "shot" as YOU move on...
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Anyone had any luck with the griddle plates off Amazon?

Seems like a way to add some functionality to the gas grill.
Might not be big enough to really support a major cooking effort but then again they don't cost $$$$ either.
This is the only way I make burgers anymore, but I put it on my Weber. You get the griddle cooked textures and the grilled flavors.

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Had my brother and his family come out to the property this weekend. We did fajitas for supper one night and home made sausage, bacon, egg tacos for breakfast.


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We ate way too much tonight

I put some skirt steaks on the griddle and sautéed onions and bell peppers. Then buttered the griddle and heated up some tortillas for fajitas. Fixins include: cheese, sour cream, sliced avocado, salsa, and fresh limes to squeeze on the meat.




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Just ordered the 28" model on amazon
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Just ordered the 28" model on amazon


Mine is in Florida, scheduled to arrive in Thursday. Amazon hasn't let me down yet. I can't wait


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Old 08-01-2017, 05:16 PM   #147
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I found a 17 " today at walmart marked down to $49
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Anyone have any feedback on the Academy 36" vs the Blackstone? And will the cover that fits the Academy brand fit the Blackstone?
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I'm gettin' pretty antsy... It's Friday and I haven't heard a word from my fabricator... May actually have to tell him this ain't no "gubment job" and that I intend to pay him for his efforts... maybe that'll speed him up... I'm thinkin' he may not get in a hurry for a freebie... Gonna give him 'til lunch time to call...
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Anyone have any feedback on the Academy 36" vs the Blackstone? And will the cover that fits the Academy brand fit the Blackstone?
I have the Academy one. I had actually never seen a Blackstone until a couple of years after I had mine. The only thing I wish was different about mine is the shelves on both sides that cover the grill don't come together all the way like some of the Blackstone models I have seen. None of them have a great drain setup.

I don't see why the cover for the academy one won't fit. They appear to be similar in size to me. I like the fact that it has a zipper on front to make it easy to put on and take off.
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