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Does anyone own the Griddle Q?

post #1 of 15
Thread Starter 

Ive seen this awhile back and just remembered it, just wondering if anyone has one and is it any good? Looks kinda like it would be cool but then again its really not something you need. Its pricey to for the griddle q, the sizzle q is 69$ looks like it would be good for breakfast stuff on the grill.

http://www.littlegriddle.com/

post #2 of 15

I dont see it working that well. the food surface is so far from the heat source that I dont think it would work very well. either A) its going to have a hard time getting to the right temps or B) its gonna be a pain to regulate the temp

post #3 of 15
Thread Starter 

good point, i wonder how hard it would be to control temps?

post #4 of 15

idk, I think there would be certain things you could cook on it that would work out perfectly and then other things you'd prolly like to pitch it across the yard. Now it might be worth looking into if you wanted to configure a frame and burner to put under it. That might have some use for it but as an addition to the grill, I think you just asking for headaches

post #5 of 15
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Yea your probably right about it being a pain on the grill, but i do like your idea of a burner under it, you might have something there?

post #6 of 15

Heck if you want a griddle why don't you just go inside and grab a frying pan isn't that a griddle in a way???

post #7 of 15

I saw something similar at sam's last week, i think it was about the same price, give or take a little. I was considering it for my 3 burner propane outdoor cook top. The one thing I want on it would be fried rice like they make at the Japanese restaurants. A little egg, a few veggies, and some good ol rice. I know it really isn't smoke related but i sure love that stuff.

post #8 of 15
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its funny you say you saw it at sams because thats where i saw it first and looked at it and thought it was too much money, but then after thinking about it i decided i wanted it a week later so i went back and they were gone, i asked employees about it and no one knew anything about it, not in their computer or anything just vanished, good old sams!! im not sure it was the sam company but it looked like it?

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Originally Posted by Tom37 View Post

I saw something similar at sam's last week, i think it was about the same price, give or take a little. I was considering it for my 3 burner propane outdoor cook top. The one thing I want on it would be fried rice like they make at the Japanese restaurants. A little egg, a few veggies, and some good ol rice. I know it really isn't smoke related but i sure love that stuff.

post #9 of 15
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thats what my mom said when i sent her a link to see if they wouls want one for their grill, your no fun!! skillets are lame lol

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Originally Posted by mballi3011 View Post

Heck if you want a griddle why don't you just go inside and grab a frying pan isn't that a griddle in a way???

post #10 of 15

A buddy a mine on another site got one.  Nothin but praise fer it, says works real well.  Thinkin bout gettin one fer the concession trailer, lots cheaper then a big heavy commercial unit.

post #11 of 15

I don't get it, wouldn't a sheet of foil do most of that?

post #12 of 15
Thread Starter 

foil doesnt work for cooking eggs and bacon on man it would rip and tear open
 

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I don't get it, wouldn't a sheet of foil do most of that?

post #13 of 15
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Trav do you know which one he has the 69$ or 189$?
 

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Originally Posted by travcoman45 View Post

A buddy a mine on another site got one.  Nothin but praise fer it, says works real well.  Thinkin bout gettin one fer the concession trailer, lots cheaper then a big heavy commercial unit.

post #14 of 15

I beleive he got the 69 dollar one do ta a shortage a space.  I ain't decided which one I'm gonna get just yet.  Either one look ta be a nice unit.  Guess it depends on how much room ya need.  I've looked at several a these an price wise they look perty good.

post #15 of 15
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yea well the 69$ one would be the one i got if any, i cant see spending 200$ on that unless i was catering or something. heck for three hundred and something sams has a propane griddle with 4 burners that looks cool.

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