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After reading several threads, and recommendations, I decided to purchase a 36" four burner Blackstone griddle. I assembled it last night. Now I'm looking for advice on initial seasoning, maintenance, any tips you (seasoned) griddle veterans can offer. I'm wanting to do this right so it will be around to enjoy for many years to come. I plan to take the griddle on a camping trip this weekend. I also purchased a cover for mine as I plan to keep it outdoors.

1. Initially seasoning a brand new griddle
2. What to do between uses to prevent rust
3. How to prep the griddle for storage
4. Recipes for the griddle
5. Do and don't from those who have done it

Any advice, comments, suggestions, pics, foods that are great on the griddle, etc.
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Old 07-26-2017, 09:34 AM   #2
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https://www.blackstoneproducts.com/g...ng-care-guide/

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I really want one of these!!
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As stated in one of the previous posts on the other griddle threads,

We use crisco to season and maintain our griddle.
First thing we did was clean it to get the factory oil off the surface, add some crisco and heat that baby up. We cooked some fatty foods on it the first couple times, bacon, porkchops, sausage, stuff like that to get some flavor built up.

When we are finished, i scrape the leftovers into the oil catch tray and spread some crisco on the surface letting it melt. Once everything cools and the oil starts to harden, i lay paper towels over it to keep dust and debris from settling on the cooktop. Then once it is fully cool, place our cover over it for storage. Even with the cover on, it still manages to get debris on the cook surface.

We tried using pam, or olive oil on the surface, but over a couple weeks, it seems to evaporate or soak in too much to the point that the surface starts to get sticky, then dry out and get surface rust. Crisco has solved those problems.
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just ordered mine.... amazon has 2 burner on sale for $154
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The seasoning process on BS website is spot on.

Here's what I did
1. Clean real good with soap and scrub pad to get oil off. Rinse well and dry
2. Heat up griddle and coat with flax seed oil. Thin layer, no puddles as that will cause bubbles.
3. Heat until its smoking and do not turn off until it stops smoking. This is crystalizing the oil and bonding it to the metal.
4. Once it stops smoking turn off and let cool.
5. Repeat this 3-4x
6. Cook bacon. Lots of bacon

Once this is done cleaning after cooking is simple. Wipe off food, some may have to use a scraper to get off but it comes off easy. Wipe down with EVOO and cover. If I'm not going to use for a bit I will put a layer of saran wrap on the flat top to keep moisture off. No rust yet.

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I bought mine a couple weeks ago and love it.

I will say this, the hole in the end of the grease slot is in a weird spot and the grease will run out and back under and miss the tray. They make an extender or I just added a piece of foil to mine to extend it a little.
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Can one of these pretty much replace everything you would do on a gas grill?
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My kiddo loves to cook too. Dinner Saturday night and then breakfast Sunday morning. You can see the foil piece that I'm talking about for the grease.





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Can one of these pretty much replace everything you would do on a gas grill?
I would say yes pretty much.
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We have the same one a the deer camp. The easiest way I have found is to fry bacon on it. First few times I washed it with hot water in the outside sink. Now I just scrape it with a metal spatula and wipe it down. I cover it with a trash bag and put it in the cabin when we are gone. Seems to be the best way I have found to keep it clean and free of rust.




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Any idea what the pin and spring is for?
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The seasoning process on BS website is spot on.

Here's what I did
1. Clean real good with soap and scrub pad to get oil off. Rinse well and dry
2. Heat up griddle and coat with flax seed oil. Thin layer, no puddles as that will cause bubbles.
3. Heat until its smoking and do not turn off until it stops smoking. This is crystalizing the oil and bonding it to the metal.
4. Once it stops smoking turn off and let cool.
5. Repeat this 3-4x
6. Cook bacon. Lots of bacon

Once this is done cleaning after cooking is simple. Wipe off food, some may have to use a scraper to get off but it comes off easy. Wipe down with EVOO and cover. If I'm not going to use for a bit I will put a layer of saran wrap on the flat top to keep moisture off. No rust yet.

Join the Blackstone griddle owners page on FB.

I bought mine a couple weeks ago and love it.

I will say this, the hole in the end of the grease slot is in a weird spot and the grease will run out and back under and miss the tray. They make an extender or I just added a piece of foil to mine to extend it a little.


Great stuff here^^^^. Thanks for sharing. I will check out the FB page also
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Any idea what the pin and spring is for?
Pins the legs in place when(if) you fold it up.
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Pins the legs in place when(if) you fold it up.


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Great stuff here^^^^. Thanks for sharing. I will check out the FB page also
NP. The flax seed oil will give you the best, slickest surface. It is the recommended oil from BS
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Old 07-26-2017, 10:18 AM   #20
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I love cooking on mine. Easiest clean up of any cooking surface... When I am done, I have a clean bucket of water and a clean towel/cloth...I place the towel in the water and le the excess run onto the hot surface. Fold the towel and use tongs to go over the entire surface until clean. When cool, cover and turn off gas. Wait until next opportunity to do it again. The more you use it the cleaner/easier/tastier it gets.
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Thanks for the info. I'm about to get one, too.
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Old 07-26-2017, 11:04 AM   #22
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I will say this too, check local Walmart because they are starting to clearance outdoor cooking stuff. A guy went to his local WM and the display model had a rusted top(no big deal really) and got $150 knocked off of it.
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We have the same one a the deer camp. The easiest way I have found is to fry bacon on it. First few times I washed it with hot water in the outside sink. Now I just scrape it with a metal spatula and wipe it down. I cover it with a trash bag and put it in the cabin when we are gone. Seems to be the best way I have found to keep it clean and free of rust.



what is that greasy lookin goodness on that griddle!!??
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Old 07-26-2017, 11:46 AM   #24
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Best seasoning I can think of is BACON, BACON, BACON... But a close second is Grilled onions/mushrooms with some olive oil and Worcestershire sauce... To clean, like others have said, scrape clean, and if REALLY dirty, a generous dousing of potable water and a rubdown with a clean rag... Last, if it's not likely to be used for a while (week/month or so), wipe down with a clean low lint rag saturated in extra virgin olive oil...

I don't like grease/Crisco/lard/butter because after a bit, it starts to have that "old" or "spoiled" smell. Been seasoning my cast iron cookware for 30 years with olive oil or peanut oil and both work well though the peanut oil will get sticky/tacky after a bit. I've been using a big cast iron griddle on my outdoor grill for years...

I don't have one of these fancy griddles, but I think I'm going to get me one. Seems to be a lot more versatile than just a grill... no flame flare ups, more even cooking, what's not to like?! These things are a natural for breakfast foods too! Guess there's good reason so many short order/ cafe' style places have a big griddle...
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We have the same one a the deer camp. The easiest way I have found is to fry bacon on it. First few times I washed it with hot water in the outside sink. Now I just scrape it with a metal spatula and wipe it down. I cover it with a trash bag and put it in the cabin when we are gone. Seems to be the best way I have found to keep it clean and free of rust.



You can even stand next to it, drink your cold beer and sample the cooking when no one's looking.
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what is that greasy lookin goodness on that griddle!!??


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Is the 36" worth the extra $100 over the 28"?
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Is the 36" worth the extra $100 over the 28"?
Yes. I debated on the 28 as well but after getting the 36 Im glad I did. Works real good to slide cooked food over to keep warm while something else is cooking. I dont think I would have been happy with the 28. For how I use it anyway.
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I paid $263 on Amazon for my 36".
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Been thinking about fabricating a flat griddle to replace the cooking grates on my gas grill. Can one of you guys who have the Blackstone griddle tell me how thick the material is the griddle surface is made from??
Thx,
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The 17" blackstone works great with an adapter hose hooked up to a 20 lb tank.

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I have a 4 burner one at the lease. I usually just wheel it inside when we aren't there to keep the coons off of it. Best invention ever. No mess in the kitchen. Do all the cooking outside.
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Been thinking about fabricating a flat griddle to replace the cooking grates on my gas grill. Can one of you guys who have the Blackstone griddle tell me how thick the material is the griddle surface is made from??
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I will look at mine tonight Charlie if no one answers you before then
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Been thinking about fabricating a flat griddle to replace the cooking grates on my gas grill. Can one of you guys who have the Blackstone griddle tell me how thick the material is the griddle surface is made from??
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BS website says 6 gauge rolled steel. So a hair more than 3/16"
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4 independently controlled burners with low to high temperature settings
Long life Stainless Steel tube burners
Maximum heat output of 60,000 BTUs; 15,000 per burner
1-AA (not included) electric push button igniter
6 gauge, thick rolled steel surface for excellent heat retention
Handy fold and go design makes the griddle useful for many events and occasions
Four industrial strength, caster wheels (two are lockable)
Large 720 square inch cooking surface makes the griddle ideal when preparing food for large groups of people
Pre-seasoned griddle for a non-rust finish
2″ high side to help keep food on the griddle
Griddle top removes easily
Large grease can and hanger included
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Hey guys thanks!! I'm gonna measure my grill this evening when I get home... Heck, I've got a 5 burner grill with stainless burners and cabinet. This might just be a worthwhile project... probably wind up spending more on the metal and fab that if I just ordered the dang thing, but what the heck... I'm thinking 3/16" plate will be stiff enough with an edge seam welded onto it will be stiff enough not to warp... we'll see.
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Hey guys thanks!! I'm gonna measure my grill this evening when I get home... Heck, I've got a 5 burner grill with stainless burners and cabinet. This might just be a worthwhile project... probably wind up spending more on the metal and fab that if I just ordered the dang thing, but what the heck... I'm thinking 3/16" plate will be stiff enough with an edge seam welded onto it will be stiff enough not to warp... we'll see.
Make sure the flames can reach the bottom of the griddle
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Make sure the flames can reach the bottom of the griddle
Thx... gonna try to replace the exiting grill with a griddle that will sit at about the same level... Done a bunch of looking on the u-tuber and looks like the griddle itself is the easiest part of making one... My grill has stainless burners and even though they're 5 or 6 years old and have had lots of gas run thru them, they're like new best I can tell... I think I've got some plate that'll be big enough...

If I git-er-dunn, I'll post up some pickturz..
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Thx... gonna try to replace the exiting grill with a griddle that will sit at about the same level... Done a bunch of looking on the u-tuber and looks like the griddle itself is the easiest part of making one... My grill has stainless burners and even though they're 5 or 6 years old and have had lots of gas run thru them, they're like new best I can tell... I think I've got some plate that'll be big enough...

If I git-er-dunn, I'll post up some pickturz..
I was thinking of building one just to set on my grill.

I'd leave and inch or so all the way around it for "exhaust" to get out from under. Otherwise it could burn up all the oxygen under there and starve itself.
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First thing I did on my 28" model was swap out the low pressure valve for a high pressure valve so I could crank up the heat when I needed to.


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I checked my WM today and every grill is on clearance, but not the griddle.
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I would say yes pretty much.
You guys cooking steaks on these things too! Wouldn't that be like cooking a steak in a skillet on the stove like Yankees do?
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I guess not if you're standing outside when you do it
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I just cleaned mine with soap and water. Ready to season it now, but looks like I'm going to have a rain delay. It may have to wait until tomorrow
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You guys cooking steaks on these things too! Wouldn't that be like cooking a steak in a skillet on the stove like Yankees do?


Can reverse sear which is awesome and better than a gas grill imo. I said replace gas grill, not a regular grill


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I don't use my gas grill since buying a griddle. I need to replace the regulator I think but haven't found a reason. I don't do anything special for mine. Just scrape the stuff off of it while it is hot and spread oil on it.

I cook on it a lot too.
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I don't use my gas grill since buying a griddle. I need to replace the regulator I think but haven't found a reason. I don't do anything special for mine. Just scrape the stuff off of it while it is hot and spread oil on it.

I cook on it a lot too.
What time will dinner be ready? I want to see one of these things in action, haha
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