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Old 03-31-2014, 09:07 AM   #21
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Got the bag on Friday the 28th. I guess I was under the impression that it would hold the whole unit, only to find out that it only holds the griddle top itself I used it again this weekend for breakfast and had much better turn out with the pancakes and cleaning up was a breeze this time.
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Old 03-31-2014, 11:38 AM   #22
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I got mine on friday also. It is a tight fit.
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Old 05-20-2014, 11:31 AM   #23
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used the griddle over this past weekend on our first camping outing of the season. Works GREAT! Used it for breakfast and dinner a couple times. My brother inlaw was feeling at home using it, as he owned a resturant a few years back. Said it was as nice as anything he had ever cooked on there...
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Old 05-28-2014, 08:06 AM   #24
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Looks great. Been looking at a camp chef with griddle, but now this has me thinking. One question, has anyone hooked this up to the quick connect on your RV?
I just used this set up for the first time over Memorial weekend. I picked up the camp chef 60. When to the local propane store and they made me a 15' hose with a quick connect tip to connect to the already plumbed propane line on my trailer.

It worked very slick! I kept the old hose with regulator that came with the camp chef just in case i'll need it in the future. I felt that the camp chef put out a ton of heat. Way more than i needed to cook breakfast... I'm super pleased with it.
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Old 06-09-2014, 03:58 PM   #25
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We had our fishing trip weekend this past weekend. We used the griddle (my brother in-law is the boss of that griddle) to cook for 20 guys. 5 dozen scrambled eggs, 5 lbs bacon, a bag and a half of hash browns, 5 lbs sausage, a box of pancake mix and a few pieces of french toast, all in less than an hour. I meant to take some pics, but forgot... LOVE THIS GRIDDLE, A MUST HAVE for any group event
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We had our fishing trip weekend this past weekend. We used the griddle (my brother in-law is the boss of that griddle) to cook for 20 guys. 5 dozen scrambled eggs, 5 lbs bacon, a bag and a half of hash browns, 5 lbs sausage, a box of pancake mix and a few pieces of french toast, all in less than an hour. I meant to take some pics, but forgot... LOVE THIS GRIDDLE, A MUST HAVE for any group event

Absolutely i have been using mine every weekend since i got it. I set it up at our seasonal site and have it chained to the trailer. I just remove the griddle and bag it and store it in the camper. I love cooking fresh fish on it. Best thing i have bought for cooking.Click image for larger version

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Old 09-02-2014, 05:11 PM   #27
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I am loving all these pics on this thread and all the new ideas for cooking and what to cook!!!
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Old 09-02-2014, 05:55 PM   #28
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This griddle looks great! I've been considering something like this for a while for group trips. How time consuming is cleaning?
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This griddle looks great! I've been considering something like this for a while for group trips. How time consuming is cleaning?
It's really quite simple and quick. AFTER your done eating, wipe down the cooking surface (I use paper towels) to get greese and left over food off, fire it back up for about 5 minutes (I run it on high). Turn off the burners and pour on some hot water. Then I use more paper towels to wipe it clean (no soap necessary). Once wiped dry, I pour a little vegitable oil on the cooking surface and wipe it in. Wipe clean the remainder of the griddle and thats it. Takes no more than 5 minutes to do the whole process.
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Hash browns and scrambled eggs just arnt the same in a pan on the stove at home..........

Really missing my griddle this time of year. Camping has been done for us for almost a month now and the griddle is cleaned and put away for the season...

COME ON SPRING! Im ready to cook outside again and it hasn't even snowed yet...
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