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    Default Having a notion to finally purchase a grill/griddle combo

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    I was looking at a black stone for over a year and was about to buy one when my wife showed me an ad from BJís. Itís got better reviews. Trying hard not to go shopping today but I might have to
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    Go for it! You gotta eat!!!

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    I occasionally see commercial flat tops for sale on craigslist for the same amount of money, just sayin it might be worth looking for. Even calling a restaurant supply house and see if they have any returns or consignment deals.

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    I can ask Rob which one we got. Even had a pizza stone for it. We really like it.
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    I managed to avoid spending money as of now. I purposely left cash and CC at home today. I’ll probably stop there tomorrow after work and check it out. Also waiting on my brother to check with the company that supplies the griddles for Bob Evans. He said a few of the local restaurants are due for an upgrade and the supplier has offered to sell him one in the past. Just need to change the regulator for propane.
    Thanks Stephen. Looking for all he information I can get on these things.
    -Rich

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    It's a Camp Chef 3 burner stove. Then he bought the griddle top and pizza stone for it. That way, you have the best of all worlds at camp. We fed our whole crew and custy at our logging camp with it.
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    I like what I’m reading. This one is a four burner and the griddle lifts off and the grill top is underneath. I’ve already got a pizza stone that I’m gonna have to try out as well. Thanks CV
    -Rich

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    I wish I had an excuse to buy a mighty mighty grill!!!

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    YVW. We have had good luck with ours. We liked the stove set up and accessories. Hell, we use it for canning out doors when it's hot and I think Rob even rendered some beef fat from the neighbors steer they slaughtered not long ago. Handy bugger.
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    You could probably make a real nice maple sap boiler pan to go with it.