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Old 05-18-2020, 07:01 PM   #41
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I have the 17" guy and this last weekend during our trip I made Huevos Rancheros for 6 people.I was doing 8 tortillas at once ( then stacked in the corner to stay warm, a pound of chorizo along with 4 chorizo sausages which I removed to a skillet to stay warm and finished it off with 6 eggs at a time until I did 12 although I could have fit a lot more eggs. I was happily surprised at how well it worked. Between the griddle, a Coleman gas stove and a Smokey Joe from Weber I cook very little in the trailer.

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I have 2 22" Blackstone's, a previous 17" and my son has a 36"?. You fit a lot of stuff on a 17" griddle. Not questioning, just observing that I can't get that much on a 22" at one time nor feed 6 people...that eat like me 22" is limiting, to me, when I try to cook 6 strips of bacon, 4 eggs and some hashbrowns....but that's just me.
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Old 05-18-2020, 07:25 PM   #42
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Well last weekend it got broken in real good between burgers, pork chops, bacon and pancakes. I think it is seasoned but I fee;l the more we use it the better it will perform.
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Old 05-18-2020, 09:40 PM   #43
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I have 2 22" Blackstone's, a previous 17" and my son has a 36"?. You fit a lot of stuff on a 17" griddle. Not questioning, just observing that I can't get that much on a 22" at one time nor feed 6 people...that eat like me 22" is limiting, to me, when I try to cook 6 strips of bacon, 4 eggs and some hashbrowns....but that's just me.
That is what I was thinking. I have a 22 and a 36. I was wondering what that jigsaw puzzle looked like.
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Old 05-19-2020, 09:39 AM   #44
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That is what I was thinking. I have a 22 and a 36. I was wondering what that jigsaw puzzle looked like.
It's not that hard, I just cook in stages, tortillas went first then to the corner. then the chorizo to the skillet when cooked and finally the eggs (6) down the middle. I didn't try to fit it all at once, it wouldn't work.

Once the eggs were done it was simple for people to assemble, tortillas, salsa (separate pot), chorizo and eggs. also had a pot of refried beans for them on the stove in the trailer we brought out.


Normally it is just two of us I am cooking for so I didn't feel the need for a 22".

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Old 10-17-2020, 05:35 AM   #45
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You've chosen pretty compact model and I think you may bring it with you everywhere you want and need.
I'd like to tell you a story about how I've bought a meat slicer for my kitchen. I was so happy and i wanted to use is in every case. So, when I needed to cut a piece of meet or anything else I used it. But as you may guess it's a really massive kitchen tool. When I got an RV I realized it's useless to take that slicer with me. So, now I use it not so often, but it is still one of my favorite kitchen tool.
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Old 10-17-2020, 08:07 AM   #46
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You've chosen pretty compact model and I think you may bring it with you everywhere you want and need.
I'd like to tell you a story about how I've bought a meat slicer for my kitchen. I was so happy and i wanted to use is in every case. So, when I needed to cut a piece of meet or anything else I used it. But as you may guess it's a really massive kitchen tool. When I got an RV I realized it's useless to take that slicer with me. So, now I use it not so often, but it is still one of my favorite kitchen tool.
A "rule in our kitchen" is when that "got to have it small appliance" sits on the top of the kitchen cabinets for a year, it goes into the garage sale pile.... I can't tell you how many "slow cookers" or toaster ovens (with a twist) or how many dough hook accessories for a hand mixer or how many "Oster Kitchen Center (now an antique) add-on parts" we still find, stuck in the back of a kitchen drawer, behind those bamboo skewers or their stainless replacements, both of which were replaced by the grill sheets that prevent food from falling through the grate (so the skewers are obsolete)... LOL
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