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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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Tks op...got one...
Hope to pick up soon...
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Can it be used without the legs/base? I want to use it on my backyard counter/patio area.

Does it have like a little rubber bumper feet or something like that?
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Does the griddle cooking surface come with some sort of non-stick material? And would using a metallic spatula damage/remove this non-stick layer? Or is the cook top more like your cast iron griddles/pans and need to be seasoned?
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If I had one complaint about the front grease tray is the size. The rear grease tray is larger and liners are available to help keep it cleaner. (First world problems, I know) I do line mine with foil but it is still messy. I am considering getting this one and giving my older one to my in-laws who would only use it occasionally. I did the Natural gas conversion using the kit you can buy and it was extremely simple to do and only took about 5 mins.
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If I had one complaint about the front grease tray is the size. The rear grease tray is larger and liners are available to help keep it cleaner. (First world problems, I know) I do line mine with foil but it is still messy. I am considering getting this one and giving my older one to my in-laws who would only use it occasionally. I did the Natural gas conversion using the kit you can buy and it was extremely simple to do and only took about 5 mins.
I don't know anything about these, but just bought one as a gift. I know the person would prefer natural gas though. Can you PM me with a link or more info about this conversion kit please?
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This really isn't much of a great deal. $200 isn't horrible for these griddles but for reference I bought one of those for $250 last year and it came with the metal cover and accessories. I would rate this as just a normal price for what you're getting. As a griddle owner, trust me, if you buy one you will want the accessories (cover, metal lid, the expansion shelves, etc.) And, then, you will go onto the Blackstone website and see their pro version models and want to roll your standard version down the street Wink

If you really want a griddle, make yourself happy and spend the extra money to get the higher end version from Blackstone.
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This is an okay deal. I bought the 36" stainless steel Blackstone from Dick's for $275 a few years ago. There are nice stainless steel fabricated covers on ebay, but you're going to spend $90 and still want the soft cover over the hard cover. Also purchased the conversion kit to natural gas, which has been great. No more running out of gas mid cook or always having to keep an extra tank around. Not sure of a temperature difference yet, but the flames are definitely larger running natural gas, must be the pressure. The one with the air fryers was $300 at Walmart in October. The fryers don't have a natural gas conversion kit, but I'm sure the orifices could be drilled.

Also, if you go all in, expect to spend another $100, spatulas, scrapers, squirt bottles, cleaning brush, cleaning stone, egg molds, pancake dropper, steam covers etc. Blackstone has done a nice job packaging a bunch of the stuff together to make spending money easy.
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Quote from genkam :
Any recommendations for the grill grates.. I have a weber genesis so invested too much into it already..

This is what I have: https://www.grillgrate.com/weber/


They are a little expensive, but will last forever/longer than the normal replacements. I really wouldn't use a grill without them now. The ones that came with my Weber were rusting so I wanted to get something better. I used the traditional grated side for a good while and figured I'd try the flat side for searing steaks. Then read that it's better to cook burgers like that as well - so I ended up flipping both sides and they just stay like that now, lol. There really isn't anything I cook on a grill that needs the grated side.


The only downside is the drain holes, so I don't know if you can do like eggs and such like a normal griddle - but I can still do smashburgers and such without an issue.
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Is the hard cover really necessary if you're getting a soft cover anyway?
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Tractor supply cancelled my order.
Same here. Got a call from a super-friendly guy explaining that he'd sold the last one and had to cancel my order, but that he'd have more in by the weekend and he'd save one for me and give me a call, but since he had none in stock he had to cancel my order. If only all retail places did customer service like this!
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I am very happy with the $99 black friday one at walmart!
Me too!!! Love that thing.
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as someone who cooks pancakes, i cannot endorse a product that endorses pressing the pancakes after the flip.
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Waiting for pickup notification. Thanks op!
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[quote="travisvn1;142411250"]If I had one complaint about the front grease tray is the size. The rear grease tray is larger and liners are available to help keep it cleaner. (First world problems, I know) I do line mine with foil but it is still messy. I am considering getting this one and giving my older one to my in-laws who would only use it occasionally. I did the Natural gas conversion using the kit you can buy and it was extremely simple to do and only took about 5 mins.



I've had the original for over 3 years. For the front grease tray, use empty soup/vegetable cans instead of the grease tray. I put a paper towel in them and lean them over the edge of the grease channel. The tray holder will hold the bottom of the can. Disposable and free. You can even use coke cans if you use a can opener to cut the top off.

The rear grease tray system is nice, but it tends to get hot and is a mess if you have to change out mid cooking session. But cooking food for a large crowd can overwhelm even the best of these grease management systems.

If anyone is on the fence about getting one of these, just do it. But be warned you have to take care of it more than a regular old grill. Ask my neighbor who threw one out because it rusted. He never cleaned it, reseasoned it, or kept it out of the rain. Good score for me though, my buddy picked it up and had it going like new for about $10 in materials.
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Is the hard cover really necessary if you're getting a soft cover anyway?
IMO yes. It prevents dust and pollen from collecting on the oiled surface when storing, plus you don't have to wait for it to completely cool down before covering it again (don't cover it searing hot, but warm is fine).
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