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Old 03-28-2015, 08:59 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by james kent View Post
Now that you have the griddle home, is it really 27 pounds? That's more than I would like to lug around.

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I bought it for the top of our club house gas stove. I wouldn't lug it around but it weighs over 20 pounds.

I cooked two eggs on it and it worked great. I'm buying a second one on Monday.

I was told you want it thick and heavy for even heating.

AS to the earlier question about the surface. It's very smooth and seems to be what one would want. Monday's breakfast will be the real test when the more professional cooks are doing the meal.

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