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post #21 of 29
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Had 2 flank steaks out so I ran them threw my slicer and broke in the Blackstone today with what other than some cheese steaks. I was very impressed how fast this griddle cooked. I see myself using a lot. [IMG]

 

Looks great!!! It really does cook nicely.  I read some reviews about uneven heat across the griddle but mine is pretty consistent.  Cheesesteaks are the main reason I wanted a griddle like this.  I went to college and Philly and used to watch in awe as the cooks at the local cheesesteak spot pumped out steak after steak.  Next time I am going to try thin sliced chicken thighs for some chicken cheese steaks.  A little healthier and much cheaper option!

post #22 of 29

Just my Thoughts but

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Looks great!!! It really does cook nicely.  I read some reviews about uneven heat across the griddle but mine is pretty consistent.  Cheesesteaks are the main reason I wanted a griddle like this.  I went to college and Philly and used to watch in awe as the cooks at the local cheesesteak spot pumped out steak after steak.  Next time I am going to try thin sliced chicken thighs for some chicken cheese steaks.  A little healthier and much cheaper option!


Just my opinion but i think the hot spots are due to the two models. the smaller one has two ring burners (similar to the camp chef) and the larger one has four flat (stick type) burners (like a BBQ) so better heat dispersion/control.

 

Tom

post #23 of 29

Some fantastic looking grub in this post! Nice alternative to grilling and some great breakfast options. I had been thinking about one of these for awhile so when I ordered my Santa Maria from AZ BBQ they said they would fab me up a griddle which will fit in the Santa Maria. It will be wood/charcoal fired but that is a plus for me.

post #24 of 29
Anyone else ever put your cheesesteak meat,veggies and cheese over some sunny side up or over easy eggs? It's about the best eggs I've ever had!drool.gif
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Anyone else ever put your cheesesteak meat,veggies and cheese over some sunny side up or over easy eggs? It's about the best eggs I've ever had!drool.gif

That sounds incredible and while fantasizing about opening a cheese steak shop on Long Island a few years back, I imagined the "Steakon Egg and Cheese" which was exactly what you're describing but with some chopped bacon cooked in with the steak on a hero/sub roll. Now I can actually make this happen! Thank you for reminding me of this!
post #26 of 29

Wooeee! That looks great.

 

Points for the new toy.

 

Disco

post #27 of 29
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Wooeee! That looks great
Points for the new toy.

Disco

Thanks for the point Disco! I wish it would stop snowing so I can use it again!
post #28 of 29

Hello all. Just wanted to add, I got my Blackstone 36" griddle a week ago. I've cooked chicken wings with fried potatoes one day, then the next morning I did a breakfast. It was great. I think this Griddle is made pretty well. I'm glad I got the 36" one. I got a hell of a deal. I ordered it on a Monday and it was delivered that Friday. Its pretty heavy.  Not sure if I'm allowed to post a link or talk about price here. If I'm allowed let me know! thanks!

post #29 of 29

Looks great! I got my Blackstone a couple months ago. My "easy weeknight gasser" is pretty jealous of the new Blackstone. I don't see myself ever going back.

I was a short order grill cook back in high school/college. Cooking on a flattop brings back so many memories.

The ONLY issue I have with the Blackstone is on windy days it struggles, but I can live with that.

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