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halfprice 03-18-2018 05:07 AM

Blackstone Griddle
 
I just bought and finished seasoning my blackstone 22 griddle. The plan is to use it in the mh to replace my Weber charcoal grill.

Who uses a blackstone and do you also use a bbq of some kind or just the BS.

i will experiment later this week by cooking a couple steaks on it. Hopefully they are good so i can take the weber out of the mh.

Jerry

halfprice 03-18-2018 05:08 AM

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Originally Posted by halfprice (Post 111967)
I just bought and finished seasoning my blackstone 22 griddle. The plan is to use it in the mh to replace my Weber charcoal grill.

Who uses a blackstone and do you also use a bbq of some kind or just the BS.

i will experiment later this week by cooking a couple steaks on it. Hopefully they are good so i can take the weber out of the mh.

Jerry

Heres a pic after seasoning Attachment 9357

Kev 03-18-2018 05:48 AM

Jerry what is the seasoning process ?

halfprice 03-18-2018 06:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Kev (Post 111971)
Jerry what is the seasoning process ?

Put a thin coat of oil, I used canola, on the griddle, bottom and sides, turn it on med-high and let the oil burn off. When it stops smoking its bunrt off. Turn off and let it cool down. Then repeat two or three more times. Took about an hour to do.

Jerry

Shawn62 03-18-2018 03:10 PM

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Originally Posted by halfprice (Post 111967)
I just bought and finished seasoning my blackstone 22 griddle. The plan is to use it in the mh to replace my Weber charcoal grill.

Who uses a blackstone and do you also use a bbq of some kind or just the BS.

i will experiment later this week by cooking a couple steaks on it. Hopefully they are good so i can take the weber out of the mh.

Jerry

Jerry,

We use the blackstone griddle to cook eggs,bacon,sausage,pancakes,home fries, philly steak, peppers and onions, etc. We use a road trip grill for burgers,hot dogs, and steaks. We like them flame broiled. The griddle gives more of a pan fried flavor. What burger do you like best between McDonalds or Burger King? We also carry a small charcoal grill to light briquettes for the cast iron Dutch oven.

m1noel 03-18-2018 03:18 PM

We have a Blackstone 36" that is the only bbq we have carried in the MH for the last 10 years. I cook nearly everything on it. Steaks and burgers take a little longer because it doesn't have a cover, but the gas grill top works great. Love the griddle for breakfasts. I also use it as a stove top for pot and pan meals. We rarely ever cook inside.
Mike

halfprice 03-18-2018 03:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Shawn62 (Post 112003)
Jerry,

We use the blackstone griddle to cook eggs,bacon,sausage,pancakes,home fries, philly steak, peppers and onions, etc. We use a road trip grill for burgers,hot dogs, and steaks. We like them flame broiled. The griddle gives more of a pan fried flavor. What burger do you like best between McDonalds or Burger King? We also carry a small charcoal grill to light briquettes for the cast iron Dutch oven.

Carls jr or in and out. No McD :)

Shawn62 03-18-2018 05:16 PM

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Originally Posted by halfprice (Post 112008)
Carls jr or in and out. No McD :)

Love Carl's Jr. & Hardee's. They know how to build a burger. Flame broiled Never had In and Out. I will try one next time I get out west.

Kev 03-18-2018 07:18 PM

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Originally Posted by halfprice (Post 111973)
Put a thin coat of oil, I used canola, on the griddle, bottom and sides, turn it on med-high and let the oil burn off. When it stops smoking its bunrt off. Turn off and let it cool down. Then repeat two or three more times. Took about an hour to do.

Jerry

Great thanks. I have been looking at these but had no idea how to season it.

Kev

halfprice 03-18-2018 07:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Kev (Post 112045)
Great thanks. I have been looking at these but had no idea how to season it.

Kev

Home shopping network has the two burner right now for $129 free shipping. Its exclusive to them but from what ive heard that ends next month. If true it will be available everywhere just dont know the price. Possibly cheaper

I like this model best because of the weight and ease of storage. The 28" would be great to have of to much trpuble for me to store in tge mg
Jerry

Shawn62 03-18-2018 08:46 PM

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Originally Posted by halfprice (Post 112052)
Home shopping network has the two burner right now for $129 free shipping. Its exclusive to them but from what ive heard that ends next month. If true it will be available everywhere just dont know the price. Possibly cheaper

I like this model best because of the weight and ease of storage. The 28" would be great to have of to much trpuble for me to store in tge mg
Jerry


FYI. WAL MART has the 17 inch one for $80. That has only one burner.

halfprice 03-18-2018 09:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Shawn62 (Post 112058)
FYI. WAL MART has the 17 inch one for $80. That has only one burner.

Yes but to small for me

Shawn62 03-18-2018 11:00 PM

One of the advantages of the smaller ones is putting it on my big gas grill at home. I can have half griddle surface and half grill surface. Very versatile.

halfprice 03-18-2018 11:14 PM

Hopefully this year I'll be building an outside kitchen area with a table big enough to hold my big green egg the Blackstone Griddle, my Blackstone pizza oven and a couple Weber grills

The 22 griddle is mainly for the motorhome so I needed something bigger than 17

halfprice 03-18-2018 11:14 PM

For my backyard I love to get the 36 but with all my other cooking things back there I don't think my wife would appreciate it

Mitch S 03-19-2018 02:48 AM

I wish I had known about the 22 inch when I bought ours. I need to burn off the seasoning and reseason mine, I put a little too much oil on it and it didn't work as expected. When seasoning, wipe the oil on and leave a very light coat, too much oil and the food will stick to the griddle.

Kev 03-19-2018 03:35 AM

How about cleaning the griddle? Donít imagine you should use anything too harsh.

Kev

halfprice 03-19-2018 04:02 AM

Basical you just scrape off any burnt on food. If theres a lot you can pour water on the griddle, this loosens up stuck on matieral them wipe off. Let it cool and put a light coat on it to protect it.


Do a youtube search. Lots of videos on seasoning and cleaning

Jerry

halfprice 03-19-2018 04:08 AM

Also the 22 is suppose to work with the small throw away bottles or a 20 gallon. Im in the process of rigging mine up to the mh quick connect. Still waiting for a couple parts. Once i get it all configured ill post it up. I sure hope it works

Jerry

Kev 03-19-2018 04:15 AM

Great. Looking forward to the update on connecting to the Motorhome.


Kev


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