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Posted: 03/22/22 10:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

bob213 wrote:

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]


That's cool! And cheating in the BBQ world, I think. I'll have to check the Men's guide to BBQ-ing to see if you are in violation. Hahahaha

(Very cool idea though. Good thinking.[emoticon]

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valhalla360 wrote:

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.


I have no problem cooking eggs, pancakes, or most other conventional foods on my pellet grille. Cast iron can cook about anywhere.


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I know that I'm in the minority, but I love my Cobb Grill. Cook, grill, smoke, fry, most any type of cooking you want and is very fuel, charcoal briquettes, efficient and compact.


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Colman white gas stove, colman roadtrip grill and a blackstone. All 3 live in the camper. When we do other stuff, like more siteseeing, and less camping , the insta pot and the air fryer make the trip. So it depends on what we have planed. At disney, the crock pot function of the insta pot was key for a nice hot dinner when we got back from the parks. Air fryer make quick work of breakfast.


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garmp wrote:

I know that I'm in the minority, but I love my Cobb Grill. Cook, grill, smoke, fry, most any type of cooking you want and is very fuel, charcoal briquettes, efficient and compact.


We have one as well but use it more at home. I like the CobbleStones for fuel. Little pricey, but work much better than briquettes. When we got our Cobb Grill the CobbleStones didn't exist.


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I like to cook on anything but non-stick.


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We have a Blackstone griddle, it works well. I am not sure that it is any better than a griddle accessory for some of the gas grills.

If you have a Weber they have griddle plates that will replace the grates.

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Dutch ovens. They can cook anything.
Sometimes I bring a small charcoal grill. Light and easy to pack around.
Both styles take some time to put a good fire together and cook slowly. It is the right pace for camping.
Sometimes in spring and fall I camp near town and invite friends to dinner.

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We have a 240V convection cooktop inside the rig, and got rid of our Blackstone in favor of a Lodge cast iron griddle designed to work with it. I never was a huge fan of the Blackstone - we had a 17" and eventually upgraded to the 22" (which was better about it), but they both heated unevenly. For a lot of meals that isn't an issue, but it's quite annoying when trying to make hibachi rice dishes (for example), where you are trying to brown evenly across the entire surface (it's doable, but you have to keep it moving on the Blackstone). Our cooktop (Kenyon Bridge)/ griddle (Lodge Pro-Grid) combo is much better suited for that.

My current favorite would have to be our Ooni Karu 12 pizza oven. We make pizza at least once a week and it's hard to beat wood-fired pizza baked at 800-1000F.

* This post was edited 04/06/22 11:38am by n0arp *

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