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Old 06-03-2020, 04:22 AM   #16
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Looks a delicious feed
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Old 06-03-2020, 05:07 AM   #17
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Looks great. Haven’t tried fries yet on mine. Looks like something I’ll have to try. Wonder where I can find a good how to?
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Old 06-03-2020, 05:33 AM   #18
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Killer cook, never considered fries on the blackstone but yours look great.
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Old 06-03-2020, 06:44 AM   #19
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LOVE me a good burger....
How do you like those black stones?
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Looks great. Haven’t tried fries yet on mine. Looks like something I’ll have to try. Wonder where I can find a good how to?
It's fairly straightforward. I happened to use yellow potatoes since that's what I bought at the market yesterday, but most homemade French Fry recipes call for Russets. I sliced these so they were uniformly sized (less than a half inch), brought a pot of heavily salted water just to a boil, then to a low simmer and cooked them until a knife just barely pierced them. For me, that was about 8 minutes, but go by feel, not by time. Skin was left on since that's how we like our fries.

Drain them, then dry them well. I spread them out on a wire rack over a baking pan and blotted them dry with paper towels.

Blackstone was on medium heat. I brought oil out with me, but had plenty of bacon grease so made use of it. Fries in bacon fat, what more could you ask for. Cook until desired doneness. Salt and pepper as you go.

I had thoughts of using a bag of frozen fries I had on hand, then just said the heck with it, I'll make my own from scratch.
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Oh man that looks good Dom. I can't wait to get a Blackstone.
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Love using it, a great addition to my cooking arsenal. It's fast, it's convenient and is a lot of fun to use.

Pancakes, eggs, stir fry, burgers, salmon, flatbread pizzas, etc. But especially bacon! No smell in the house, no grease to wipe down and it helps with seasoning.

My only complaint is I go through a lot of propane but I do use it 3 to 4 times a week.

I could do some of these cooks on a CI griddle using one of the Kamados, but waiting for charcoal to come to temp, trying to regulate temperatures and the smaller surface area makes the Blackstone the sensible choice.
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Old 06-03-2020, 08:15 AM   #24
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Burgers and fries look great.

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Love using it, a great addition to my cooking arsenal. It's fast, it's convenient and is a lot of fun to use.

Pancakes, eggs, stir fry, burgers, salmon, flatbread pizzas, etc. But especially bacon! No smell in the house, no grease to wipe down and it helps with seasoning.

My only complaint is I go through a lot of propane but I do use it 3 to 4 times a week.

I could do some of these cooks on a CI griddle using one of the Kamados, but waiting for charcoal to come to temp, trying to regulate temperatures and the smaller surface area makes the Blackstone the sensible choice.
I’m right there with you. Gets to temp so fast and is easy to clean. It’s practically the only way I do hot dogs and brats anymore. Gives me that true ballpark experience!
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Old 06-03-2020, 11:42 AM   #26
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I need a Blackstone like yesterday.
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I need a Blackstone like yesterday.
Good luck, they have been on fire for the last month or so. Some can’t find them anywhere and ordering online has been very spotty.
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