My Weekly Review (#19) – Griddle Cooking

My Weekly Review (#19) – Griddle Cooking

Welcome back! I know its been awhile since I’ve posted one of my weekly reviews (you can thank the difficulties of home-ownership for that), but we will be getting back to our regularly scheduled posting now. This week, I wanted to discuss one of my absolute favorite things that I discovered on a mini vacation to Tennessee a few weeks back, and that is cooking on a griddle (Big shouts to Zac and Becca!).

A griddle is, essentially, a flat top stove. However, what makes the griddle special is that the “stove top” area is made of cold rolled steel (or at least mine is), which helps retain heat throughout the entire grilling surface. Most people associate griddles with breakfast foods such as pancakes, french toast, or bacon and eggs, but it can actually make so much more. I actually whipped up a heaping portion of hibachi for myself the first night I got mine going! Other than that, its great for cooking burgers, quesadillas, or insanely cheesy grilled cheeses.

So, 10 out of 10 recommend you dabbling in the art of griddling if you have the means to do so. They come in all shapes, sizes, and prices as well. I’d prefer the outdoor griddle just to keep all the smells from oils outdoors, but a tabletop griddle can do just as good of a job as an outdoor standalone. If you already knew about griddling, leave your favorite recipes/things to cook in the comments!

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