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Old 04-20-2018, 10:42 AM   #121
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Found this in another thread and bumping it up. My parents got me a 36" as an engagement present last fall and I've only had the chance to cook on it twice. After reading though this thread that needs to change here pretty quick! Is the grill brick referenced earlier in this thread still the best way to deal with anything that may stick? Haven't had an issue yet but would like to have something ready just in case-
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Old 04-20-2018, 11:04 AM   #122
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Everything I've read says to clean it, just use water and a spatula/scraper while it's hot to get off anything stuck. You want the Blackstone to be seasoned like a good piece of cast iron. Don't use something that will take off the seasoning when you clean...
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Old 04-20-2018, 04:37 PM   #123
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Everything I've read says to clean it, just use water and a spatula/scraper while it's hot to get off anything stuck. You want the Blackstone to be seasoned like a good piece of cast iron. Don't use something that will take off the seasoning when you clean...
Roger that, thanks. Tacos on the menu tonight. Have some ground beef that needs to be eaten & grabbed some BS chicken thighs to make it a party. Nice evening out here in SC KY.
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Old 04-23-2018, 06:09 AM   #124
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This is what happens when you spend too much time reading this thread!
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Old 10-13-2018, 09:00 AM   #125
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Just saw this but sure fellas. Two version below.

Straight forward actually. Some refrigerate the cooked rice overnight but I don't and still end up with great results.

Unsalted, cooked rice on to warm up, then green onions (optional)



Then add soy sauce until you get a nice brown hue



Fry the mix to your liking but careful not to burn. A few mins before the end crack the eggs, scramble and mix everything together. Add as many eggs as you'd like.






Second version is again cooked rice and frozen peas and carrots out of the bag. (Some also add small, cubed ham to this as well)



Fry until there is light char marks on the peas and carrots or soft, add soy sauce, mix everything altogether with the eggs coming in last once again





Simple yet delicious

I use the second recipe, but use a little sesame oil, and add sesame seeds.
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Old 10-17-2018, 12:44 PM   #126
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My new 36 should be waiting for me when I get home from work tonight.
I'll try to post pics of the unboxing, assembly and seasoning followed by the first cook.
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Old 10-20-2018, 07:24 PM   #127
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Just saw this but sure fellas. Two version below.

Straight forward actually. Some refrigerate the cooked rice overnight but I don't and still end up with great results.

Unsalted, cooked rice on to warm up, then green onions (optional)



Then add soy sauce until you get a nice brown hue



Fry the mix to your liking but careful not to burn. A few mins before the end crack the eggs, scramble and mix everything together. Add as many eggs as you'd like.






Second version is again cooked rice and frozen peas and carrots out of the bag. (Some also add small, cubed ham to this as well)



Fry until there is light char marks on the peas and carrots or soft, add soy sauce, mix everything altogether with the eggs coming in last once again





Simple yet delicious


I made the peas and carrots version tonight. Loved it!
Did some shrimp with a bit of Moose's wing rub along side of it, mmmmm good!
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Old 10-26-2018, 07:13 AM   #128
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"Veggie" Omelets for supper last night. With ham, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, green onions and cheese.
Waffle House-ish Hash Browns, smothered and covered with some wheat toast. All on the BS 36. My garage smells like a diner and I'm okay with that!
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Old 10-26-2018, 08:42 AM   #129
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I love "breakfast-for-dinner"!!..Nicely done
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Trimmed up brisket for tomorrow morning.
Took off about a pound and a half of flat meat and ground it up with some of the fat trimmings, pattied it up and had green chili and cheese brisket burgers.
Mrs Fan said they were the best burgers she's ever had.
Now she wants me to grind the rest of the brisket.
Might need to upgrade from Grandma's grinder for that.

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