New bigger grill/griddle

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Biker Eagle

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Recently bought the small griddle for my 1 burner stove that stays in the RTT Trailer. I liked it so much that I looked at getting one for my Mr. Heater Basecamp 2 burner propane stove that stays in my Winnebago Drop trailer. (rarely do we cook in the trailer) And yes, Partner Steel makes 4 sizes total. So I ordered the 11"x17" griddle and it fits just right. Guess we'll be cooking our burgers, chicken, and steaks on this setup from now on.
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wahoowad

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Is that nonstick or do you have to season it?

I am thinking of getting a larger griddle to go across my Coleman 2 burner. This Lodge is fine for some stuff but feel it slows me down when I could be cooking more simultaneously like pancakes.

 
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Is that nonstick or do you have to season it?

I am thinking of getting a larger griddle to go across my Coleman 2 burner. This Lodge is fine for some stuff but feel it slows me down when I could be cooking more simultaneously like pancakes.

Hey have you considered using a large cast iron griddle/grill combo like this. I've been using one similar for year canoe camping and they work great.
 

Biker Eagle

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I did consider that very Lodge Grill. But the Partner Steel Grill has about a 1" lip around the sides, which was the deciding factor. I figured it would contain grease from bacon and burgers a bit better. If it doesn't work out the Lodge is my backup.
 
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