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  • Mudkat
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    Cool beans! Well except the no pic part. Guess you'll have to do it again this weekend!

  • Frozen Smoke
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    Sorry no pics PBCDad of any of my flat top cooks. Stay tuned some will be coming soon!

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  • PBCDad
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    I've been meaning to cook more on my Drip n' Griddle pan. Here are a few recipes I found a while back that I'd like to try:
    https://snapguide.com/guides/make-sa...cken-teriyaki/ (note I think there is better teriyaki than Sarku's, but I'll give this a try)
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/g...-onions-recipe
    https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...-cheese-steaks (sounds like you already have done this, can you post some pictures?)

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  • EdF
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    You can send it to me DWCowles !

  • EdF
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    Sounds great, regardless of getting a little frantic!

  • DWCowles
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    Dang, I forgot all about my Arteflame.

  • Attjack
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    I like my Arteflame (for weber 26) a lot. One day I'll probably get a griddle for my little Weber 210 as well for quick cooks.

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  • Frozen Smoke
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    Didn't want this thread to die. I cooked breakfast Christmas morning and burgers that evening for one of my sons and son in law on the flat top. The wife and daughter were down in Florida visiting my sister so it was just the guys. Sorry no pics as I didn't have time to deal with the camera. I'm getting a better handle on heat control. I need to get better organized with all my ingredients beforehand. Things happen a little faster on a flat top than on a stick burner. I've got plenty time to organize things during a smoke not so much on a hot griddle!

    Breakfast was pretty basic south western potato's, sausage, bacon scrambled eggs. I meant to toast english muffins on the flat top but got so involved in hovering over everything I forgot them. Everything turned out great.

    Hamburgers really surprised me. The char flavor from the flat top was great. Made the burger taste like a burger from your favorite pub or bar. A few slices of left over bacon from breakfast and a slice of cheese and some fried onions and we were all set.
    I meant to toast the buns but forgot to do that as well. Anyhow things go a little smoother every time using it.

    Kind of reminds me when I first started stick burning. You are nervous and hovering over everything until things become second nature. Hopefully I'm going to try to use it again this weekend. See if I can't work the camera in.

    Clean up is a breeze with this thing. Once the food is removed I scrape all the food bits off with a scraper and toss in the garbage. Then I scrape all the extra grease into the grease channel. I don't know if Camp Chef designed it this way or it just so happens that the corner of the scraper fits perfectly into the V of the grease channel so you can push all the grease into the drain hole and into the grease catch.

    Then I kill the flame and deglaze with water. I scrape the water around until it evaporates and then wipe off any remaining food bits. A little coat of oil on everything and let it cool. I like it!

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  • kmhfive
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    Great setup!

  • Mudkat
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    How about this one?

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  • Frozen Smoke
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    I'm hoping we can keep this thread alive and maybe lead to a sub channel for flat tops. Would love to see others who have flat tops post some pics and recipes to keep this going.

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  • Frozen Smoke
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    That's what I'm hoping to do soon is to get some more action on that thing. I need to get the learning curve out of it

  • Jon Solberg
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    I concur the Mud! ^^^^

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  • Mudkat
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    Man what I could do with that! Let's see some pics of that baby in action!

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  • DWCowles
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    Please don’t give me more ideals 😊

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