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Old 12-28-2020, 08:12 PM   #15
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I leave my 22” out all the time, no problems
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We did return the 22 and got the 17 griddle. Trying it tonight it did not perform! Although it does not say it is a warm weather griddle it is 30 degrees F and a little windy so we gave up and cooking on stove.
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Old 02-04-2021, 07:54 PM   #17
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I highly recommend the Napoleon portable grills if you want only one trip from the RV to quickly be set up and a hot grill in <10 mins. Mine doesn’t seem to be effected by the weather. I set it on the picnic table and leave it until I am ready to go home.

https://www.napoleon.com/en/us/grill...-2225-tq2225po
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Old 02-04-2021, 08:24 PM   #18
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I highly recommend the Napoleon portable grills if you want only one trip from the RV to quickly be set up and a hot grill in <10 mins. Mine doesn’t seem to be effected by the weather. I set it on the picnic table and leave it until I am ready to go home.

https://www.napoleon.com/en/us/grill...-2225-tq2225po
How do you cook pancakes or scrambled eggs on that unit??
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How do you cook pancakes or scrambled eggs on that unit??
I have a flat pot metal griddle, the same size as the grill plates. Heat it up and throw my bacon, my eggs or my pancake batter on in it. When done I clean the griddle and store it inside the grill. The nice thing about the Napoleon is; I can grab it and put it over my shoulder by the carry bag, grab the food in the other hand and still have a free hand when I leave the motorhome to start my meal.
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How do you cook pancakes or scrambled eggs on that unit??
I have a flat pot metal griddle, the same size as the grill plates. Heat it up and throw my bacon, my eggs or my pancake batter on in it. When done I clean the griddle and store it inside the grill. The nice thing about the Napoleon is; I can grab it and put it over my shoulder by the carry bag, grab the food in the other hand and still have a free hand when I leave the motorhome to start my meal.
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All you Blackstone users, do you have problems w/rust? We've seasoned ours 3 different times and after 2-3 days it's rusting again. When done using it we leave it well oiled. Still it rusts.
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As long as I keep it sprayed down with Pam after cooling down I have no issues with rust.
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cold weather blackstone leaving out in weather

For cooler days with wind i make some wind shields from aluminum foil and "hang" along the edges around the griddle and have them cover down close to the table top otherwise a cool wind will keep your griddle from getting hot enough.. Other times i'll take some foil twist it up into a roll and put between the bottom of the griddle and the top of the base again to bloc the wind.

as far as rust goes get a good cover or decent tarp to cover your outdoor kitchen. Walmart used to hace a carry bag that was heavy duty nylon i cover with.

I leave all my outdoor cooking out all the time including 2 burner stove small pellet smoker and griddle
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How do you cook pancakes or scrambled eggs on that unit??

My Napolean came with a griddle plate that replaces one of the grill plates.
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As long as I keep it sprayed down with Pam after cooling down I have no issues with rust.
As long as I use the cover it can sit for weeks outside with no rust even 3 blocks from the Ohio River in Indiana on an uncovered deck.
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Blackstone 22” Tabletop Griddle

I used the Napoleon this weekend. I love this grill. Everything shown on the table fits in the carry bag. Set up and take down in seconds, with one hand.
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One more vote for the Blackstone 17 inch. I us mine in the trailer and then bring it home for use. Love it so much I never have replaced the home BBQ grill that went bad last fall. I secure it to my lightweight camping table with an old bike lock. Of course someone can carry the whole thing away but it might slow down the casual thief.
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I typically secure my RoadTrip grill to the picnic table with one of those python cable locks. But everything else is left out so I must not be too worried.

I'm beginning to like the idea of a table top grill. The Napoleon looks like a nice unit.
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