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Unread 12-25-2012, 03:14 PM   #16
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I dunno....those steaks were holding together a little too tightly...did you forget to soak overnight in papain again Bob?
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Very Very Nice!!!!!! all I want is a plate!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Very nice!!!!
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I call it GriddleZilla! It was my welding project for this summer. I do know that Academy Sports sells version. Pitmaster T has one of those.
http://www.academy.com/webapp/wcs/st...riddle&Ntk=All

I already had the camp stove, so I just built my griddle to the specs of the camp stove. You can make a mess of food on that thing.
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Those steaks look done to perfection. Your son is right, Bob. You are a good cooker!
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Those steaks look done to perfection. Your son is right, Bob. You are a good cooker!
We got a kick out of my daughter. My folks show up and most times my dad has something for em in his shirt pocket like candy, beef jerky, etc. They sit down and she asks Grampy, "What did you bring me?" Grampy says, "We brought you some steak" My daughter............."Mmmmm, steak!" That's my girl!
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How often do you get to use the Zilla?
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How often do you get to use the Zilla?
i wondered the same thing, that baby is awesome!!! it's gotta be perfect for big parties.
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How often do you get to use the Zilla?
To date just twice since August. Really want to make a huge batch of burger patties on that thing. Just need the occassion.
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U could get some breakfast cooked up on that thing in Waffle House time!!!!
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U could get some breakfast cooked up on that thing in Waffle House time!!!!
Been dying to try some of the diner type favorites from around here like huevos rancheros and hamburger steak. There is also a very different flavor when they make enchiladas on the griddle. They spoon some red chile on the griddle and let it heat up a bit. Then they toss a tortilla on the hot chile and then flip the tort. Once it's warm and coated with chile, they toss in some grated muenster and roll em. Then the spoon a bit more chile over em and let em get a bit crispy and so that the cheese can melt. OMG, those enchiladas are the best.
I'm also dying to make some Teppanyaki style cuisine on it!
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Been dying to try some of the diner type favorites from around here like huevos rancheros and hamburger steak. There is also a very different flavor when they make enchiladas on the griddle. They spoon some red chile on the griddle and let it heat up a bit. Then they toss a tortilla on the hot chile and then flip the tort. Once it's warm and coated with chile, they toss in some grated muenster and roll em. Then the spoon a bit more chile over em and let em get a bit crispy and so that the cheese can melt. OMG, those enchiladas are the best.
I'm also dying to make some Teppanyaki style cuisine on it!
What you waiting for? If I knew how to cook that way I would be all over it. Hell I wouldn't need the stove inside for any thing.
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I am off from work until the 8th...................never know!
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Incoming enchilada pr0n.
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I have a 2 burner version of the Grillzilla. We use it at comps and camping with a large group of people. It is awesome for sausage, taters, eggs and bacon. Done burgers on it as well.
Was in Cablelas on Tuesday in Dundee Mi. They now have a 4 burner version they sell now too. I do not recall the price on it.
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