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Blackstone griddle....any suggestions?

swampratt

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I can't get no damn meat right now

Love valley has Hogs.... Fix the Mustang drive down there and kill one and toss it in the ice chest in the trunk.
I assume you have an ice chest in the trunk :)
Quarter and skin the hog before it goes into the trunk of course. set some limb lines out in the river and bait with worms you dug up and you will have a fish or a few fish on the lines after the hunt for hogs.

Grilled or deep fried since you have a deep fryer on it..I like that aspect.

Plenty of meat out there.
I had some ground deer this morning I seasoned to taste like breakfast sausage..goes good with the eggs my hens give me.

Yea braggin now.
 

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Man I still want one of these griddles. I'm back to eating carbs and getting fat again, so I'd have a use for it, hell I've done smashburgers 3 times in the last week and a half, I think.

Talked to The Wife about it again this weekend and she's still against the idea.
 

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Love valley has Hogs.... Fix the Mustang drive down there and kill one and toss it in the ice chest in the trunk.
I assume you have an ice chest in the trunk :)
Quarter and skin the hog before it goes into the trunk of course. set some limb lines out in the river and bait with worms you dug up and you will have a fish or a few fish on the lines after the hunt for hogs.

Grilled or deep fried since you have a deep fryer on it..I like that aspect.

Plenty of meat out there.
I had some ground deer this morning I seasoned to taste like breakfast sausage..goes good with the eggs my hens give me.

Yea braggin now.

Man, if I had the Mustang fixed I wouldn't have gotten ANOTHER f'n notice from the city about the f'n tire (yeah, I'm a bit peeved about it).

And I told you about how successful I am at hunting. :-)
 

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I just never cared for mine. They are hot as hell to cook over and you come away totally covered in smoke and greasy. I don't mind smelling like BBQ smoke but oil smoke I just couldn't get used to it. I did like the smash burgers but preferred charcoal or gasser vs the griddle on most everything else. It has a learning curve for sure.
 

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Man I still want one of these griddles. I'm back to eating carbs and getting fat again, so I'd have a use for it, hell I've done smashburgers 3 times in the last week and a half, I think.

Talked to The Wife about it again this weekend and she's still against the idea.

Tell your wife the griddle opens up new ways for her to make you hot sammichs like cheese stakes and other man stuff. Actually, we make more breakfasts on ours that anything. There is a bit of a learning curve to make things perfectly cooked but that is like a lot of new methods. The best meal we have done on the griddle, by far is House Fried Rice. Damn good!
 

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We cook on our 22" with a lid almost every day while in the RV on the road. I've found some grates that can take food off the griddle about 3/4" or 1/2" depending on how they are stacked for slow cooking like an oven with the lid closed. Dollar store scrapers to use as wind blinds for more even heat.
Put a wireless thermometer into the meat and watch it cook to perfection.
Thick cut bacon for the best cook using the blackstone bacon press. Fajita's or breakfast burrito's are probably the best for us. They put a pretty good sear on a steak too.
 

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I just never cared for mine. They are hot as hell to cook over and you come away totally covered in smoke and greasy. I don't mind smelling like BBQ smoke but oil smoke I just couldn't get used to it. I did like the smash burgers but preferred charcoal or gasser vs the griddle on most everything else. It has a learning curve for sure.
I'd like to know what you are doing for those kinds of results. I found just the opposite and even used it inside the house.
 

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I just never cared for mine. They are hot as hell to cook over and you come away totally covered in smoke and greasy. I don't mind smelling like BBQ smoke but oil smoke I just couldn't get used to it. I did like the smash burgers but preferred charcoal or gasser vs the griddle on most everything else. It has a learning curve for sure.


If its smoking while you're cooking you're doing something wrong. What cooking surface isn't hot to cook over? I've had mine for 2 years and I'll agree with some of the above posts. We use it more than the regular stove.
 
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