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  • Mr. Bones
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    Yeppers, that's why havin some real estate makes life better...

  • klflowers
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    No Blackstone, but I have a Camp Chef 3 burner stove with a CI griddle. I love that thing. And I predict you are going to love yours when you get it

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  • Steve B
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    Exactly.

  • Rod
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    I have the 36" Blackstone and here too it's just the two of us. It doesn't get used a ton, but the extra space makes it super convenient when cooking multiple things at the same time. Like stir fry and breakfasts. Plenty of room to cook everything at the same time in their very own space and then combine. A pile of meat there, veggies here and the rice over there. Then a giant pile of everything together in the middle!

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  • Mr. Bones
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    I absolutely LOVE my Blackstone, and I'm utterly convinced that you'll LOVE havin one, as well!

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  • Uncle Bob
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    MCS is a demanding ……….um.....mistress (not sure what term would work for the gals...……..how about "stud muffin"?) Anyway, last night I ordered the BBQ Hack pellet fired griddle for my RT...……..not that I don't already have 3 or 4 other steel or iron alternatives for the other cookers, but the siren song of "gee that looks like an interesting device." is just too strong. Imagine how much chaos there'd be if MCS triggered a shut down of the economy.

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  • Steve B
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    As HouseHomey said. I have the 36” and the 17” ones. Love em both but tend to use the smaller one a lot more often. Just the wife and I do unless I’m cooking several things at once it’s more convenient to use the little one.
    If you can get a 2 burner it will give you a two zone option. Would be very helpful.
    Good luck when you get your new toy. 😁👍

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  • castironchris
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    I have a Blackstone 17" and a 36". Love them both but the 17" is reserved for camping. I literally use the 36" 5-6 times a week. Love that thang!!

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  • DavidNorcross
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    I have the Camp Chef flat top and it is one that I just would not want to do without.

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  • HouseHomey
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    I got one that a little bigger. Love that thing. Just took the cover off a couple days ago.

    Steve B has the one your looking at and he puts up some mean steak sammies!

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  • mountainsmoker
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    Have a griddle for my gas grill and wish I had what your looking at. I have cooked on a friends and it is a jewel.

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  • xaugievike
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    have one at the camper for the 3 of us. it's plenty big and stores easily.

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  • GolfGeezer
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    Have one and really like it. Two burner setup is great to allow very hot side and a bit cooler side if needed, or 2 hot sides for larger capacity.

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  • ofelles
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    I like your thinking

  • mnavarre
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    I've got the Cuisinart 360 which has a slightly larger cooking area and it's easily enough room to cook for 2 people. So, yes, you should get it. Also get the kit fo the 20 lb tank, because you're gonna end up cooking on it way more often than you think. Griddle cooking is just plain fun.

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