Why You Need To Start Griddle Grilling (cont'd)

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FireDisc claims this device is, “the most versatile outdoor grill in the market today”. We tested it. Yes it is a metal surface with a gas burner that will cook whatever you place on it, but it is really not a grill, griddle or WOK. It is a Northern Mexican Discada earning our AmazingRibs.com Bronze Medal. read more
Arteflame Classic 40"
Arteflame’s Classic 40” is a wood burning griddle or plancha that doubles as a fire bowl with a sculptural beauty rarely seen in the world of outdoor cooking. We tested ArtFlame and give it our Silver Medal Award. It’s not for everyone even if the $2,450 price tag is within your budget, but it sure is unique! read more

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