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Old 10-09-2007, 01:21 PM   #11
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An All-Clad two burner griddle is going to set you back a hundred bucks. For less than a hundred bucks (Cuisinart is $94.00 and Wolfgang Puck is $70.00) you can buy a counter top electric grill/griddle with a reversible plate that has much more cooking surface than the stove-top two-burner grill, can be thrown into the dishwasher, and has an adjustible thermostat to set the temperature to EXACTLY the temperature you want.

I have both, and my Lodge two burner grill/griddle has been sitting on the bottom of my oven catching drips for the last three years, while my electric one gets used at least two week-ends a month.

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Old 10-09-2007, 03:39 PM   #12
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I got a Farberware non-stick double griddle on Amazon for $20 and it works perfectly on my smooth-top range at the coast. This particular griddle is aluminum and has a porcelain finish on the bottom. I checked Amazon just now and they don't have any in stock at the moment, but they have them regularly because I bought a second one for my daughter after I liked mine so much. They do have other similar ones on Amazon but they are more expensive ($40-$50).

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Old 10-10-2007, 11:28 AM   #13
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Thanks for all input!

I decided to order the "Chef's Design Ultimate Griddle" from Amazon for $49. It's heavy cast aluminum, with ss reinforcing the non-stick surface. It has good reviews by folks with glass and ceramic stove tops. I'll report back on it once it arrives and I try it out.

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Old 10-10-2007, 01:00 PM   #14
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Glad you found one, Bob. I checked it at Amazon and it looks great. I like the grease channel. Be sure and leave a review on Amazon, too, after you use yours. I really appreciate being able to read unbiased reviews when I'm buying online.

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