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Old 08-06-2021, 12:50 PM   #1
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Blackstone grill

Just purchased a 2021 Jay Feather 27BHB and I found a voucher for a Blackstone 17 in (1867) grill included with all of our paperwork. Just wondering if anyone else here had that voucher and used it? Did you receive your grill? Is it a nice grill (I know I shouldn’t care if it is free)? I’ve been trying to google the Model number but nothing comes up.

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If you don't want it, I'll take it! :-)


Seriously, it's a great product. While some folks prefer a true grill, the Blackstone griddle is great for breakfast, and most anything. At the very least, it's a nice complement to a grill, and the 17" model doesn't take up much room.
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Old 08-06-2021, 01:03 PM   #3
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Blackstones are great, the only draw back is you need to treat them like a cast iron skillet so they don’t rust.
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We bought a 17” and eventually stopped packing any other grill. Very versatile.
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Redeem your coupon, you won't regret it. I have a 22" and would not travel without it. Just had sausage, pancakes and eggs on it yesterday.
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Old 08-07-2021, 06:46 AM   #6
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We bought a 17” and eventually stopped packing any other grill. Very versatile.
Yep! Our 17" Blackstone is all we ever use now. And yes, it's GREAT for breakfast!

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We have the 22..
Picked it up on season clearance from Walmart about 2 years ago.
Excellent for everything, chicken, steak, dogs, breakfast, stir fry, eggs, burgers, seafood, did I miss something?
Packs nice with detachable stand.
Take about 30 seconds to setup.
If you decide to connect to your coach propane system, be sure to get correct hose without attached regulator.
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We also have the 22". Use it mostly for pancakes and french toast. If you don't travel and cook for a big group, the 17" is probably best, as it is not as heavy to get in and out of the basement.
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We have the 17 inch one. I cook a lot of things on it and everything comes out just primo. The one thing I cannot seem to do right is any kind of eggs, Over medium, scramble. They always turn out brown and wifey doesn't like that. Any. suggustions
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We bought the Tailgater model. 17" griddle, 17" BBQ that removes for using the powerburner for the stockpot to cook crabs, boil water etc.
Legs easily fold flat and stores nicely in the toad.
Really checks all the boxes for us.
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I bought a Blackstone combo grille. best grill i ever bought. Does require upkeep , but to go out side cook up home fries, eggs, bacon on same surface it's like being a cook in a coffee shop, Top of the World.
With the Combo. i can cook the steak on one side, an cook the onions on the griddle side. <<<<< Priceless.
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We have the 17 inch one. I cook a lot of things on it and everything comes out just primo. The one thing I cannot seem to do right is any kind of eggs, Over medium, scramble. They always turn out brown and wifey doesn't like that. Any. suggustions
when u do the eggs. get it hot, pour the scramble out. quickly toss,turn and chop them an remove asap. every second they are cooking. also if u add a small amt of water like 3 table spoons. it helps.
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when u do the eggs. get it hot, pour the scramble out. quickly toss,turn and chop them an remove asap. every second they are cooking. also if u add a small amt of water like 3 table spoons. it helps.
Thank you. will have to try that
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Blackstone griddle

Mine finally arrived via UPS from the US and didnt come with a hose or regulator. When i called Blackstone they said they dont ship to Canada. Odd the griddle came. I got the name of some distributor but they havent contacted me. Feeling a little put out if i can not find the proper hookup

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