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Old 08-22-2016, 12:51 PM   #11
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Today I received the 20 x 13 griddle that I ordered last Tuesday. Looks perfect, came in the retail box, with the normal advertising paperwork enclosed. If there is a cosmetic defect, I can't find it. And the price is sure right - $99.95 on Amazon, $39.95 on the sale.
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Old 08-22-2016, 05:03 PM   #12
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Congrats on that griddle Rick, it looks like a honey.

The one thing about it I'm questioning is why the unnecessary huge tall handles? For me, they would be a vertical storage problem.
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Congrats on that griddle Rick, it looks like a honey.

The one thing about it I'm questioning is why the unnecessary huge tall handles? For me, they would be a vertical storage problem.
I like the tall handles for ease of handling - not too worried about storage. When we get our new hard side camping trailer, it will live there and do multiple duty as a griddle/frying pan/baking sheet. I can cook an entire breakfast of sausage and eggs on it all at the same time - or a half dozen pancakes or 4 slices of French toast. I can do a semi stir fry with peppers and onions and meat strips as long as it isn't too saucy - lots of possibilities.

I'm going to enjoy figuring out all of the uses I can put it to out in the woods. It's a perfect size to straddle 2 burners on the typical 3 burner stove that is common in campers.
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