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Unread 11-04-2012, 07:13 AM   #16
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Great looking burger!!! I love your new Man Cave Logo.
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Unread 11-04-2012, 07:17 AM   #17
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Wow... I know what I want after church today!!!


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Unread 11-04-2012, 08:17 AM   #18
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This isn't a criticism, just a comment.....I think the burgers looked great!

Surprised how that first burger was "Sticking" to the griddle when you turned it over.

Fatty meat + butter on the griddle and the crust stuck? I would have thought the burgers would slide around like greased pigs.
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Unread 11-04-2012, 08:17 AM   #19
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NICE! Glad to see you got your press!
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Man, for some reason I'm really hungry for a burger right now...wierd.
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Great looking burgers for sure, having the press and the griddle really make it good ....
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This isn't a criticism, just a comment.....I think the burgers looked great!

Surprised how that first burger was "Sticking" to the griddle when you turned it over.

Fatty meat + butter on the griddle and the crust stuck? I would have thought the burgers would slide around like greased pigs.

Look at the 3:20 mark, I thought the same thing.
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Yeah, kickarse intro. great vid. I wonder if there's a way you could use the press while still using regular grill grates without losing all the flavor (I really just wanna keep some of the smoke).
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This isn't a criticism, just a comment.....I think the burgers looked great!

Surprised how that first burger was "Sticking" to the griddle when you turned it over.

Fatty meat + butter on the griddle and the crust stuck? I would have thought the burgers would slide around like greased pigs.
That one burger did stick a little and I'm not 100% sure why, but my idea is that the cast iron griddle is new and had not been used previously. It was pre-seasoned but I also re-seasoned it with crisco before I used it. After watching the video again I also noticed that I did not get up under it very well with my spatula before I pulled it up. As this griddle gets more use, nothing will stick to it. It just doesn't have the miles on it yet to get that perfect cast iron seasoning...
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Yeah, kickarse intro. great vid. I wonder if there's a way you could use the press while still using regular grill grates without losing all the flavor (I really just wanna keep some of the smoke).
The press on the grill grate would make a huge mess. You could use the press just to form the patty if you wanted and then cook it on the grill but you obviously could not press it on the grill :)
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The press on the grill grate would make a huge mess. You could use the press just to form the patty if you wanted and then cook it on the grill but you obviously could not press it on the grill :)
I've seasoned the flat backside of my GrillGrates for burger searing and it worked pretty well the couple of times I've tried it. might be worth a shot with the Smash press?
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I've seasoned the flat backside of my GrillGrates for burger searing and it worked pretty well the couple of times I've tried it. might be worth a shot with the Smash press?
It would work fine on a flat surface...
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How much did you pay for the press if you don't mind me asking?
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Agree that once in awhile I enjoy a burger on a flat grill and I would love to have one of those with the juice dripping down my chin right now.
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