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Cuisinart 360-Degree Griddle Cooking Center EXPIRED

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Walmart has Cuisinart 360-Degree Griddle Cooking Center on sale for $115.65. Shipping is free, otherwise shipping to store for pickup is also available. Thanks RiceBin

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  • This 30,000 BTU griddle features a 22" diameter cooking surface w/ two heat zones and a stainless steel lid w/ vents. 108 Walmart customer reviews have rated it 4.6 out of 5 stars.
  • This offer beats our recent FP deal for this griddle by $9.85.

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Price went down from 130 yesterday to 115 today, if you already purchase one you can always ask Walmart for price adjustment

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I am not kidding when I say that this is one of the best purchases I have made this year. No lingering food smells in my house, the best fried rice, best hashbrowns, crispy fish; I cook everything on this! And absolutely check out Sam the cooking guy on you tube!
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Thanks for posting this, I did quite a bit of research about griddling and ended up purchasing this unit.

- Blackstone and Camp Chef units are bigger and can feed more per minute spent cooking
- This unit is a hibachi that is slightly offset at the top center, therefore fats/grease naturally fall off, into the pan and ultimately into the grease trap. Cleanup is easier with this as you don't have to constantly scrape drippings into a tray.
- Evenly heats at top temps 500-517 degrees, no issues with searing, and you can create 2 zones of heat with this unit.
- For tools, please look at Mercer Culinary Hells Handle and Millennia units, these tools are proven by heavy line cooks. You need a scraper, rounded spatula and a edged spatula. Value to price ratio is a solid win.
- Several food grade squeeze bottles are your friend, have them handy with oil, water, or whatever sauce you want.
- Comes unseasoned, please use flaxseed and season 3-4 layers before cooking. If flaxseed is not available, peanut or canola will do. DO NOT USE ANIMAL FATS.
- Clean with the scraper, water and a damp rag only. Yearly you can smooth it down with scotch brite and re-season if the surface is uneven.


Happy Griddling.
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If you can't tell the difference between a paper towel roll and a toilet paper roll, your plumber must absolutely love having you as a customer.
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Theres tons of stuff on clearance. I got the 36in Blackstone griddle for 180 reg 250. Also got bbq lighters for .25, griddle cover for 15, and other stuff too.
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I am not kidding when I say that this is one of the best purchases I have made this year. No lingering food smells in my house, the best fried rice, best hashbrowns, crispy fish; I cook everything on this! And absolutely check out Sam the cooking guy on you tube!
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I got this last weekend. So far I like it. But the base is thin sheet metal. Griddle top is thick though. Heats up pretty quick and gets very hot. Overall I like it
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I am not kidding when I say that this is one of the best purchases I have made this year. No lingering food smells in my house, the best fried rice, best hashbrowns, crispy fish; I cook everything on this! And absolutely check out Sam the cooking guy on you tube!
I was hoping someone would mention Sam haha! First thing I thought was "that thing is like a low budget evo".
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I looked at these and went with the Blackstone. The square cooking area made for a better use of space for me.

Good price for those this works for.....

Nice first post op! Repped +4 Smilie
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Price adjustment via walmart.com only if you bought it online. If you buy in store you have to go back to store to work it out. Turns out walmart.com and physical stores are not the same. If you buy online and store price is lower you have to go to the store for price match and if you buy in store and online price lowers you still have to go in store as well.
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Hmm I've always wanted my very own Mongolian BBQ
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I am not kidding when I say that this is one of the best purchases I have made this year. No lingering food smells in my house, the best fried rice, best hashbrowns, crispy fish; I cook everything on this! And absolutely check out Sam the cooking guy on you tube!
I watch Sam the cooking guy as well. Does he use this particular set? Or are you referring to the big black circle flat top he uses in his videos?
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that toilet paper roll looks convenient, will def come in handy for all the times i'm cooking whilst on the shitter.
If you can't tell the difference between a paper towel roll and a toilet paper roll, your plumber must absolutely love having you as a customer.
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I am not kidding when I say that this is one of the best purchases I have made this year. No lingering food smells in my house, the best fried rice, best hashbrowns, crispy fish; I cook everything on this! And absolutely check out Sam the cooking guy on you tube!
I paid $125 for this a couple weeks ago and consider it one the best purchases I've ever made!
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I'm assuming this is propane? I don't see it listed on the site.
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I'm assuming this is propane? I don't see it listed on the site.
Yes it is
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