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Old 09-06-2018, 06:44 PM   #1
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Blackstone Tailgater

Anyone camping with a Blackstone Tailgater grill/griddle? Found gotta try it recipes? Do you love it or hate it?
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Old 09-06-2018, 06:53 PM   #2
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I don't have the tailgater, I do have the 17" griddle.
We love it especially breakfast and smash burgers.
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Old 09-08-2018, 08:53 PM   #3
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A friend of ours bought the 17" table top model and while camping, cooked almost half out meals on that thing, and I was sold. The griddle is well designed with great heat control an easy to empty grease cup.


Bought the same model about 2 months ago.. We've cooked, eggs, bacon, pancakes, breakfast sausage, Italian sausage, peppers and onions, tenderloin steak, pork chops and salmon and I'm thinking about leaving my gas grill at home.. cooked a whole pound of bacon at one time.
Get the accessory kit. The spatulas are great!! Over easy eggs were perfect..

Dick's sporting goods had the best price..

Guess you all can tell I like the griddle..
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Old 09-12-2018, 09:13 PM   #4
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Well, I don't have a Blackstone Tailgater ... but I did stay at a Holiday Inn once ......


OK, wrong thread right ?? The wife and I haven't used our 5th in some time due to some health issues and I really don't have a Blackstone Tailgater but I do have the Blackstone 36 inch griddle on my deck.



LOVE the griddle & the wife is loving it as well ... because I do all the cooking now. Kinda like Firstime Rver ... I cook everything out there ... Pork Loin, Stirfry's, Fish burgers, corn on the cob, steamed veggies ... those are for the wife, I have enough hair on my chest and don't need anymore ... ... eggs, omelettes, pancakes, french toast, hash browns, etc ... and it's so easy to clean up afterwards !!



Anyway, I'm bett'in the Blackstone Tailgater is an awesome accessory for Rving !! ...








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I've got nothing bad to say about the Blackstone... everyone I know that has one loves it. I've been tempted to get one myself.

But, that said... remember, it's a flat-top griddle... it's not a grill.

If you're getting it as a substitute for your stove, so your kitchen will theoretically stay cleaner, then great. But if you mainly care about grilling steaks, chops, and other items on a grill, then you may wish to consider other options.
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I've got nothing bad to say about the Blackstone... everyone I know that has one loves it. I've been tempted to get one myself.

But, that said... remember, it's a flat-top griddle... it's not a grill.

If you're getting it as a substitute for your stove, so your kitchen will theoretically stay cleaner, then great. But if you mainly care about grilling steaks, chops, and other items on a grill, then you may wish to consider other options.



Well said ATCguy ... grill, griddle or for some, a smoker ... whichever a guy chooses or a combo of all three ... let the cooking begin & the dinning to commence .... WOO HOO !!!









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