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BlackSeriesUS

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Posted: 03/21/22 05:35pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

There are plenty of "Favorite" cooking appliances out there, the top one probably being the barbecue. Beside your barbecue, what else do you like to cook with? What special cooking surface do you like to use.
For me, when my son was in the Boy Scouts, I learned a lot of the ins and outs of the Dutch oven. So for me, my cast iron Dutch oven with the fancy BSA emblem lid is my favorite. I even use it at home and try to cook different foods in it so that I can cook it again while camping.
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I too love Dutch ovens, I have 5. I don’t get to use them as much as I would like, but then I can say about the 5th wheel.

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Blackstone griddle and Weber q1200 is all we need.

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Just depends on the mood i'm in for me and what the craving is. May be something Dutch Oven, Flat top grill, or Charcoal. Again, just depends mainly on the moment.


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Camping is a Blackstonw, and Weber Q100, and at home a BGE and Blackstone. I do use cast iron in my BGE


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I can cook almost anything on the Blackstone. I carry an old grate from my Weber and lay it on the Blackstone to get grill marks. Seeing is believing and it magically becomes bbq'd. [emoticon]


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Another vote for the blackstone. Other than a pretty pattern, does great on just about anything...and try to make eggs or pancakes on a gril.


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Blackstone. Whole meal can be cooked on one unit. Also have gas grills. If doing the rare thing that can't be done on the BS then would use gas grill and stove.


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I've thought a lot about purchasing a Blackstone. I am thinking about replacing my outside two burner stove with it. Looking at the response for the Blackstone, I may just have to do that.

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Diamond c wrote:

I too love Dutch ovens, I have 5. I don’t get to use them as much as I would like, but then I can say about the 5th wheel.


5!! Wow!! Our Scout troop had 5, but that was a Scout troop. That's a true commitment to the Dutch Oven! I always thought it was cool when they would stack the ovens to cook everything.

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