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Anyone use a Blackstone #7246261
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Had to buy a new grill decided on the Blackstone with air fryer and warming drawer, since I have no kitchen and no eta on when I'll have one again. My other grill is falling apart and over 10 years of being well used.
I have a buddy with a 36" griddle and I liked it when we made elk fajitas.

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Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7246264
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I've got the next size down. It's nice for more mass cooking

Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7246300
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I agree.
This is only 28" but with the air fryer I couldn't pass it up

Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7246304
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Check out the "Hungry Hussy" on Youtube. Blackstone Pro. Good site :-)


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Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7246307
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One of my friends has one and just about stopped useing his regular propane grill. Ive been watching craigslist for one

Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7246321
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Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7246322
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Smash burgers!

Love my Blackstone. I often cook for a crowd or meals for a week so the large cook top works great for me.

Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7246352
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Got one at work we use often to cook for all the guys at lunch. Make sure you season it prior to it's first use.

Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7246444
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SJA, thanks I'll check it out.
I cleaned and seasoned it real good. Still gotta clean the air fryer area. I'll let the kids decide what is the first meal cooked on it.

Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7246457
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Originally Posted by adam m
SJA, thanks I'll check it out.
I cleaned and seasoned it real good. Still gotta clean the air fryer area. I'll let the kids decide what is the first meal cooked on it.


Even though I have Camp Chef Grill , same type as Blackstone, I have be watching "HH" for several years and really learn many great recipes from him. :-)


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Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7246507
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Have had one for years. Bought it for the guide business. She uses it all the time when hunters are in camp. Most meals are done with it. Never had an issue with it.

Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7246535
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That's awesome

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First meal chicken fajitas. Came out good.

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Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7247399
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looks like you could use a prep table for your outdoor kitchen

Fajitas sound good

I started telling my wife about Blackstones this morning and she said , and which grill are you getting rid of? easy the one on the left can go to the scrap pile.

I do need a new grill or maybe one of these . we will have to see later this summer


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Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7247418
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"Seasoning" these grills PROPERLY is the most important thing to do! . . . if you don't, they, and the food, won't be fit for the garbage. Experience is the the best teacher . . . or watch Youtube on the subject :-)


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GCP I had a 6' folding table to the right hand side. I need to figure out proper setup for the time being. So far it is well worth the investment. Lowes has the 36" with cabinets model but at $600 it is too big and rich for me. This was under $400. Between the fryers and the griddle the menu options are extensive. Desserts, apps, side dishes, and some main courses can be made in the air fryers.

SJA I agree. I spent about 2 hours seasoning it with about 6 coats of oil. The manufacturer says 3-5 coats minimum.

Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7247485
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Still gotta give creds to "HH" on seasoning the Blackstone Grill on Youtube. It's really a must "instruction" to do it right :-)


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I'll check it out

Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7247526
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I bought a 28Ē black stone with three burners in the winter of 2019/2020 for $124.00 from Walmart after a friend in Miami found them on close out down there. We love it. It cooks great. I clean it every time I use it and itís been great for breakfast, cheese steaks, fajitas, burgers,regular steaks, hibachi, and more. Hereís a tip. Donít buy the black stone accessories. Go to your local restaurant supply store and buy the same things for .10 on the dollar. The little basting covers are too small for my cooking. I use a stainless steel bowl and use the spatulas to pick it up with.


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Re: Anyone use a Blackstone [Re: adam m] #7247569
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