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#3683187 - 06/03/14 11:12 PM Re: Flat Top grills... [Re: TheRealSpurhunter]
TAFKAP
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Is this a raised-rib "grill" or a flat-top griddle?

We have a Le Creuset grill pan (with raised ribs), and absolutely hate it. It does nothing that a flat skillet wouldn't already do, and is a beast to clean. It rarely gets used.
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#3683254 - 06/04/14 06:52 AM Re: Flat Top grills... [Re: TAFKAP]
G8rntn
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Sorry I should have said flat top griddle. Blackstone is the one I am leaning towards.
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#3683256 - 06/04/14 06:53 AM Re: Flat Top grills... [Re: TheRealSpurhunter]
G8rntn
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 Originally Posted By: TheRealSpurhunter
 Originally Posted By: G8rntn
 Originally Posted By: chunkandwind
The only con I can think of is cost. I would love to own one.

Is $250 good for one??? I think Lowes has one for that price.


I have almost purchased that one multiple times. The only drawback of a cheap one,($250 qualifies as cheap) is it can have a very uneven cooking surface.

But I still want one for all kinds of things. Blackened fish, fajitas, quesadillas, the options are endless if you cook for more than 2 people at a time. If you ever entertain friends it would be a good reason to buy it. \:\)


I have read and watched YouTube videos and nobody has said anything about the uneven spots. Only thing they say is the drip pan could be better.
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#3683739 - 06/04/14 06:03 PM Re: Flat Top grills... [Re: G8rntn]
mike243
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the ones I have looked at the drip pan was way small. Keeping it from rusting in a outdoor kitchen will have its challenges. I would like to have 1 but I have several reversible griddles that foot the need.
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