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Blackstone 60,000 BTU 36" Griddle Cooking Station EXPIRED

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Tractor Supply Co has Blackstone 36" Griddle Cooking Station on sale for $199.99. Select Free Curbside Pickup where stock permits. Thanks Marksince1986
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Tractor Supply Blackstone started with the 36 in for $199 early!

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So searing doesn't seal in juices on steaks? Interesting.
Yeah, it's right there with the myth that meat is a 'sponge' that is going to soak juice back up. Resting a steak is as dumb as it gets. All it's doing is getting cold and losing flavor.

https://amazingribs.com/more-tech...als-juices
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Thanks OP been using it often it's amazing.
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Sealing juices has been debunked many times fyi.
I'm not going to debate the sealing juices but I am pretty certain cooking something in it's juices versus on a rack where all juices drip out of it, that cooking in it's juices won't be as healthy but will taste a million times juicier.

I've never seen a burger place cook over flames. They all cook on a flattop.

I love this for the cooking of burgers and cheesesteaks.
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Dead?
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Has anyone used this inside of their garage in cold climates? I love to grill all of my food but live in MN. Does it smoke too much? Have you tried using it with the garage doors down? Thank you for any input
I've tried it when it's cold in the garage and it can smoke up quite a bit. And you'll have a meat smell in your garage for a while
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I'm not going to debate the sealing juices but I am pretty certain cooking something in it's juices versus on a rack where all juices drip out of it, that cooking in it's juices won't be as healthy but will taste a million times juicier.

I've never seen a burger place cook over flames. They all cook on a flattop.

I love this for the cooking of burgers and cheesesteaks.
You've never heard of a burger place cooking over flames? Never heard of charbroiled burgers? Never heard of Red Robin or Burger King?
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