What's cooking on your Weber Griddle? 🔥 Pics are necessary! 🍔

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Thought it was time to have a dedicated thread for what's cooking on your Weber Griddle! Let's see those photos!
 
I got all excited to buy the Weber Griddle when I saw is was coming out and then decided that 28" was too small and 36" was too big so I ended up buying a Blackstone 30". I'm having fun with it and I'm sure the Weber's are great too.

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I think high is not hot enough but overall I'm happy with it.
That’s interesting because most of the experts complain about mot being able to hold lower temps without turning burners off. I’ve heard 450-500 is all the hotter you should expect. Does that seem right? Do you temp with a surface thermometer? Just curious.
 
Weber is marketing their griddle as "Quickly reaching searing temperatures over 500˚F" and that may have set my expectations. I think the Blackstone is hot enough and in the 400-450 range (and maybe eventually getting to 500) using an IR thermometer. However I normally am cooking at full on, but I expected to typically run it at 3/4 instead of full on so I could crank it up if needed.
 
Weber is marketing their griddle as "Quickly reaching searing temperatures over 500˚F" and that may have set my expectations. I think the Blackstone is hot enough and in the 400-450 range (and maybe eventually getting to 500) using an IR thermometer. However I normally am cooking at full on, but I expected to typically run it at 3/4 instead of full on so I could crank it up if needed.
I’m no griddle expert, so take it with a grain of salt.
 
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