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Old 07-11-2019, 08:20 AM   #31
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...I was wondering if any of you have purchased an outdoor griddle to cook over the capital grill...
Yes, I have an aluminum griddle that I use on the Capital. I don't remember the brand since I've had it for years. It has overheated and warped but still usable. Maybe cast iron would be a good choice.
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I know this is an older thread....but wanted to share with you all that I purchased this to go on the Capital grill on our f'er.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I will be cooking on it this weekend....I will let you know how it goes!
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Old Today, 07:34 AM   #33
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Just wondering if its a common trait of these grills to cook a lot hotter on the left side than the right? Mine sure does!!
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Old Today, 07:37 AM   #34
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I will be using mine for the first time tomorrow morning... I will report back...
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Old Today, 09:29 AM   #35
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Just wondering if its a common trait of these grills to cook a lot hotter on the left side than the right? Mine sure does!!
Ours does the same. When we went camping with friends over the 4th of July, she gave me some veggie kebobs to cook on the grill and she said to leave them in the aluminum pan they were in. I did them on the right side (less hot)and they turned out well. I think the griddle idea directly on the Capital Grill is probably the way to go.
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Old Today, 11:52 AM   #36
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We purchased a Blackstone 22 griddle last year at Walmart. It has been great. If you want to get in the mood for it watch the movie “Chef”. There also are tv shows on Netflix called “The Chef”. It is inspired by the movie.
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Old Today, 12:41 PM   #37
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Just wondering if its a common trait of these grills to cook a lot hotter on the left side than the right? Mine sure does!!
Every grilling show I've ever watched advises to make one side of the grill hotter than the other, so maybe it was designed that way on purpose. We have a Capital Grill in our rig, but have yet to actually try it out.
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Every grilling show I've ever watched advises to make one side of the grill hotter than the other, so maybe it was designed that way on purpose. We have a Capital Grill in our rig, but have yet to actually use try it out.

I don't have a Capital grill but from what I've seen in the demo videos is that it has one 8k burner. I suspect the issue of it getting hotter on one side vs the other is either the burner placement or design (I would imagine unintended). In a commercial setting you do keep the various areas of a flat top at different temps so you can cook different foods at the proper temp. With one 8k burner that would be impossible plus designing it so that one side cooked significantly hotter than the other without putting that in writing so the owner would be aware doesn't make any sense. Plus, it would sure complicate trying to use it for a "grill". The griddle tops make sense since they could distribute the heat more evenly it would seem.
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