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  1. I've searched through here and cant really piece together all that I'm looking for. Before I go to my wife with the brilliant idea to buy a griddle for our covered deck, I'd like to have a better idea of what I'm getting myself into. It seems like Blackstone is the favorite, but I'm really willing to look at any brand out there. She doesn't do any grilling, but I think she'd enjoy this type of outdoor cooking, especially with breakfast being her favorite meal. I think she'd also enjoyed not being tied to the kitchen since she loves the outdoors. Here are my questions... 1. Do
  2. Field & Stream sells a Blackstone griddle that has what seems to be different burners than their other ones. Do all of the 28" ones have burners that can support pots and other cooking? http://www.fieldandstreamshop.com/p/blackstone-28-griddle-cooking-station-17bksa2brnrstvw28cfp/17bksa2brnrstvw28cfp The only reason that I've kept my rusted out gas grill around this long was for the side burner. This would give me a griddle and replace that rust bucket.
  3. Anyone ever hear of the Royal Gourmet® Pro 6-Burner Gas Griddle GB6000? It looks like the Blackstone but has 6 burners instead of 4 and it is quite a bit longer at 44 inches giving a total of 860 square inches. A lot of other specs look similar. It's also better looking IMO, more in line with the Blackstone stainless model. Any guys who have one or a griddle want to weigh in on the design choices? I've been looking at the Blackstone or Camp Chef for a while but can't decide and now there is another contender :( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FT1NDGW/ref=asc_df
  4. -MODS- I posted in the wrong section- Can you move to the non-recipe pizza area? I am not trying to stir up trouble But I have seen several post about using their Blackstone pizza oven for great pizzas on this forum. I am new to my Kamado Pit Boss, and love it. I mainly got it for low and slow, (haven't done that yet) but also liked the idea of it for pizza. And I made some really good pizzas with it. I just got the pizza bible and my dough tub and gram scale. So I am looking to step up and go on a real pizza journey. I checked out the Blackstone on Amazon and found that it
  5. Blackstone 36" griddle $237 on walmart.com today (3/27/2017). Is this a good price?
  6. Just picked up a griddle at Walmart thanks to Mewantkj that sent me a link about them being discounted 50 percent off. I seasoned with flax oil first three times, crispbee puck twice, then used onions, potatoes and salt before I threw on some bacon bread for a blt. This will be handy when doing taco parties or big breakfasts. Thanks for looking.
  7. Fitting A Reversible Cast Iron Grill/Griddle in the Blackstone Oven I wanted to do a cook on the Blackstone Patio Oven that would best be done on a cast iron grill/griddle. Pulled out my Academy Sports 14 inch reversible round grill/griddle and checked the fit. While the round part is indeed 14 inches and an easy fit, the ear tabs on either side of the griddle cause the overall dimension to extend a bit beyond 17 inches. Too wide for setting it on the Blackstone turn table and having it rotate without hitting the interior metal shroud. Need to be more like 16 inches.
  8. My Blackstone - Four Pizza Fun Feast A Blackstone pizza oven newly added to the equipment stable. Oven arrived in time for my brother and wife in town for a visit. Four pizzas prepared for dinner by my son and daughter to break in the oven. I give you FIRE ! Ready for the Oven Fresh Gulf Coast Shrimp in Mornay Sauce 7 Cheese & Garlic Homemade Hot Italian Sausage, Mushroom, Red Bell Peppers, Onion & Garlic Spinach Alfredo with Red Bell Pepper, Garlic & Onion on a White Sauce
  9. Here's another toy in my arsenal that we have discussed here before. After reading about @ckreef's experiences with his, I decided it was a must in my efforts to learn how to make awesome pizza. This is a brief walk-around of this grill followed by a demo pizza cook that took 90 seconds at 1000°F. I bought mine on Amazon: Blackstone Patio Oven for under $300.
  10. I have been experimenting again with another high temperature compatible pizza crust and got a great result with this one. I cooked this pizza in my Blackstone oven at 1000°F for 90 seconds to perfection! This recipe makes one medium to large pizza... 260 grams flour (I used King Arthur Pizza Blend) 156 grams lukewarm water 5.2 grams salt\ 5.2 grams sugar 2 tsp active dry yeast I also added about a teaspoon each of onion powder and granulated garlic. This is optional but it brings a great flavor to this crust. Dissolve the yeast and sugar in th
  11. I finally decided to buy this beast because I think it will make fantastic pizzas based on what I have seen from others on this forum and elsewhere... So it arrived this week and I got it put together this morning and fired it up.... Oh yea! Screamin' hot in no time flat. This kind of oven has a ton of possibilities for pizza. At this point, I'm super stoked about cooking on it tonight... I have a batch of scratch sourdough ready to go! So I turned the oven off and shut off the gas to let it cool... I came back to it an hour or so later to check on it....
  12. Decided to do a BLT with the Blackstone 36" Griddle. Not satisfied with just Bacon, I looked in the fridge and found some left over Pork Butt, and a small piece of Tri-Tip. Shoot, why not get rid of some left overs at the same time. Thus the Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, Tri-Tip, and Pork Butt was created. Of cource I had to grill some hoagie rolls with butter on the griddle. It was given a thumbs up all around. I don't think this will be the last time. Next time I'll buy thick cut bacon though. Normally we would each have eaten 2 and the son maybe 3. One was all any of us could eat. Wow were th
  13. Picked up a Blackstone 36" griddle the other day. Seasoned it then cooked a burger dinner with. the family. Today I cooked a lunch for some visiting missionaries and church staff. For a reference in the picture these are 1/3lb burgers. Bacon was cut in half and is 3 lbs of thick cut. Toppings were grilled or straight, (onions, mushrooms, chopped left over pork butt,). Additionally mustard, ketchup, tomatos, and for cheese either yellow American or Bleu cheese. Rave reviews all around. Due to the amount of food I had to cook the bacon first, then the burgers. Once the burgers had shrunk enough
  14. Hey guys, Just a heads up that some Lowe's are clearing out the BS ovens. I went to a Lowes that's on the way home from work and saw this. Thought I'd pass it along. That's a steal of a price. YMMV
  15. This is a mini review of the Blackstone Pizza Oven. I paid $269 (less a 10% coupon I had) at Lowes and ordered online with pickup at the store. I have seen the price range between $269 and $399. The oven is available at various retailers. This is version 2. Version 2 has one lower shelf that holds the propane tank. Version 1 has two lower shelves. Version 2 has several improvements over Version 1, such as the propane tank holder, better heat distribution inside the oven area, and better packaging preventing damage during shipping. Both Versions have two side shelves (side shelves not installed
  16. Inspired by S60's Blackstone pizza dough bread, I thought it might be nice to make dinner rolls on the Blackstone for Thanksgiving. I did a trial run yesterday and they came out fine, but I think I can do better next time: I think the roll was still a little too warm when I tore it open and that was one of the larger ones so it was a little moister than the others. The big loaf/roll was a little undercooked, but it made good toast this morning. I used a Cook's Illustrated recipe for rustic dinner rolls and that is an accurate description of them. They were a little crusty/che
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