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Blackstone #8130936 01/15/21 10:39 PM
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Anybody have one of these ? If so how do you like it.

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Here you go. Looks great but more than I need.

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Not the Blackstone, but have the 3-burner Camp Chef with 24" cast iron grill/griddle. Kids got together and gave it to us as a motorhome warming gift. It is the most awesome cooking system I have used for long term camping, and feeding a ton of folks. Once you've played on one, you'll wonder how you got along without it!!

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Thanks Bill, I have the small one 18” for the camper and it works ok . But this one looks pretty cool and the air fryer would be great for cookouts


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I have the 2 burner model....it’s awesome. At camp when it takes too long to burn the fire down to coals to cook over, the black stone is invaluable. I also cook all of our camp breakfast on it. Best ~$300 I’ve spent in a while.

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Originally Posted by stillhntr
Thanks Bill, I have the small one 18” for the camper and it works ok . But this one looks pretty cool and the air fryer would be great for cookouts



I'll keep that in mind when I replace my old one.


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A young guy that works for me in California bought one 7 or 8 months ago and he thinks its the greatest thing ever lol he cooks on it all the time he's really proud of it

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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Here you go. Looks great but more than I need.

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Is that a stock photo?

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Have to go look at one of these.


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Here you go. Looks great but more than I need.

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Is that a stock photo?


I clicked onto the link and the photo appeared. I put my thumb on the photo to save it to my pictures. I clicked onto the tenth icon and got choose existing, then clicked there,uploaded the photo.then a little bitty picture will appear in the upper left corner, clock onto all done and the link will reappear. Submit. Get the picture. Pun intended. You're welcome.


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I have the 18” model and cooked dinner on it for the guys on the pipeline at least 4 nights a week for 8 months over 2020. It is a damn fine product. It gets hot enough you can boil water in a pot and get a good seat on a steak. I’ve made everything from Carne Guisada to Buffalo wings on it. It blew me away at how good Buffalo wings came out. They crisp up great. If I had a place at the house for another cooker I would buy this one in a heart beat. I still just might. Even the black stone accessories are surprisingly well made. I didn’t have high hopes when I bought it from Walmart. But I highly recommend blackstone products.

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I have the 22" griddle. I like it because Blackstone has H burners that seem to distribute the heat better.

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Originally Posted by Blank
Not the Blackstone, but have the 3-burner Camp Chef with 24" cast iron grill/griddle. Kids got together and gave it to us as a motorhome warming gift. It is the most awesome cooking system I have used for long term camping, and feeding a ton of folks. Once you've played on one, you'll wonder how you got along without it!!




I have the same one. It was free and works pretty good.

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Going to look in to this in more detail,thanks

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I have the 2 burner, I cook on it 2-3 times a week. We are at the lake this weekend and brought it along, cooked chicken fajitas with peppers and onions last night. Burgers are great on it when you want that cafe griddle taste. About to fire it up for bacon and sausage, it's easy to cleanup. I bought a 6" Hyde SS joint knife for scraping and it turns out I use nothing but that for 90% of my cooking.

Make sure you clean it real good first and get at least one good seasoning on it before Cooking anything. Cooking onions is a great way to start off as they help season it. I made the mistake of not letting mine get real hot and turning black and had to start over. Once you get it seasoned right it's as non-stick as a good iron skillet.

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Steak on the grill and squash and asparagus on the Blackstone tonight. Dang tasty

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I really really really really really want one of these set ups.

Also want one of those Argentine style grills.

Oh and an egg.

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My son uses his 4 burner constantly and loves it over all his other grills including his green egg. This was breakfast yesterday for his girls.

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Always wanted one just cannot justify having it because I would hardly use it. If I ever do get one it will be at least a 3 burner.


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Have had one for years at deer camp. I can say the best way to clean it is after your through cooking get it as hot as it'll get and throw on a cup or two of ice. As the ice melts move it into the "slop trough" with a spatula or a scraper.


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Funny been thinking about getting the 28” model for deer camp.

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I used my 36" blackstone in my garage the last 4-5 days to keep my pressure tank, water heater and water lines on my north exterior wall from freezing. 60,000 BTU`s warms it up real nice in about 20 minutes. I also had an electric heater and heat lamp.

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Originally Posted by GHale
My son uses his 4 burner constantly and loves it over all his other grills including his green egg. This was breakfast yesterday for his girls.

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