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Stove-top griddle


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6 minutes ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

Who keeps their dishes and food in the kitchen??

 

I’d like to submit a revision to your question. Who keeps their dishes and food strictly in the kitchen?

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3 hours ago, gfweb said:

you need one, from what I read

 

My apartment is second floor.  The downstairs apartment has a cellar.  Consolation:  my apartment has a "den", bar sink, and half bathroom.  No food is stored in the den.  Though glancing about I perceive four liters of La Favorite rhum.  (Most rhum lives in the living room.) 

 

My stove top griddle is in the dining room.  Though these days I prefer electric.

 

 

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On 2/26/2022 at 2:26 PM, Kim Shook said:

Bumping this topic up hoping that someone in the intervening 15 years has some more advice for me.

 

I used the stove top griddle I referenced above this morning, for Significant Eater's birthday...

 

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And made plain, blueberry, and banana (for me) pancakes.

 

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You can see the pan heats up pretty evenly. You can see the cook can't make a circular pancake.  These are bigger pancakes than I usually do; the griddle measures 10.5" square. 

 

And since the pan was out...

 

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I griddled up prosciutto and cheese sandwiches for lunch.

 

@rotuts will note Campari branded tomatoes, purchased you-know-where.

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14 hours ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

And grilled artichoke?   or pickled?    or...

 

There's a grilled one, and a marinated one - both bought at D iPalo's, imported from Italy.  They're really good, and easy. With the price of artichokes here, practically a bargain. 

 

Of course, the problem one has when going to Di Palo's, is that's not all you're tempted to buy.

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@weinoo - would the square pan hold 4 sandwiches made with standard sized bread? 

 

I'm definitely in the market for a stovetop model.  I made sliders last night on my electric griddle:

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Mr. Kim washed the cooking plates, but didn't pick up the electrical part.  When I picked it up this morning, I saw this:

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That whole darker area upper left is a grease slick.  And this was under the cutting board:

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It's obviously run in between the counter and the stove, so we'll be pulling the stove out and cleaning this weekend.  Apparently the grease channels overflowed before the grease had a chance to reach the little slide-in grease cup, which was NOT full when I pulled it last night.  Sigh.  Off to Bed, Bath, and Beyond this weekend, I guess.  😠

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33 minutes ago, Kim Shook said:

@weinoo - would the square pan hold 4 sandwiches made with standard sized bread? 

 

Mr. Kim really needs to do a better job!! And I did this for you...

 

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This is Dave's Killer thin-sliced bread; ymmv.'

 

This pan measures 10 3/4" square.

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I recently made sheet pan pancakes for a crowd, and it worked beautifully. There were 6 of us, and some were what you might call big eaters. Take your usual pancake recipe, pour it into a well-greased sheet pan with 1" sides, sprinkle with fruit, chocolate chips, etc., and bake until puffed and browned. Serve with the usuals--maple syrup, butter, jam, yogurt, stewed fruits. Cut the big flat pancake into smaller servings. Beats standing at a hot stove making pancakes for your entire family, or stashing them in a warm oven until you run out of batter, at which point the first ones have dried out. In retrospect I think I thinned the pancake batter a little to make it easier to pour and spread in the sheet pan.

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