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Old 05-08-2006, 08:57 PM   #1
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How did you get those grill marks on that flat surface?
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Old 05-08-2006, 09:03 PM   #2
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How did you get those grill marks on that flat surface?
uhhh, it ain't flat.[/quote:8jwqve0u]
No, but it doesn't have the type of surface that would make those fine lined grill marks, at least from what the pic shows..
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Was the pic that's up now the one that was always there?
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Was the pic that's up now the one that was always there?
yep.
#-o d'oh
What kind of resolution you got your screen set at Bill?
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Brian Im on my second pan like that..I love them !
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Old 05-09-2006, 06:28 AM   #8
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I've always wanted one of those grill pans! Steak looked great Brian! Gotta love da sirloin! 8-[
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Well I personally would rather grill in the rain than have to answer questions about my pans! LOL #-o
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Old 05-09-2006, 06:36 AM   #10
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Lodge makes a few of them. (cast iron)

The Calphalon one sold at Target was rated as a best buy. (alum)

Of course, there are a lot of other brands out there.
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I like mine that has a griddle on one side, and the grill on the other.....the big kind that takes up two burners.
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I like mine that has a griddle on one side, and the grill on the other.....the big kind that takes up two burners.
That's what I've got. The Lodge "Pro Grid Iron Griddle" (#LPG13).
The griddle side works great for cooking breakfast on the kettle.
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I must be missing something. The bars that would make the grill marks "look to me" to be much wider than the grill marks on the steak. Steak looks great and I'd love to have one of those pans myself! Must need new glasses...
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I like mine that has a griddle on one side, and the grill on the other.....the big kind that takes up two burners.
That's what I've got. The Lodge "Pro Grid Iron Griddle" (#LPG13).
The griddle side works great for cooking breakfast on the kettle.
No better way to make bacon that that griddle ... even on the stove.


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I must be missing something. The bars that would make the grill marks "look to me" to be much wider than the grill marks on the steak. Steak looks great and I'd love to have one of those pans myself! Must need new glasses...
The tops of the bars are thin. They're triangle shaped when looking at it from the side.
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The tops of the bars are thin. They're triangle shaped when looking at it from the side.
They are?

Well, bottom line is, steak looks great!

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Lodge makes a few of them. (cast iron)

The Calphalon one sold at Target was rated as a best buy. (alum)

Of course, there are a lot of other brands out there.
mine is a lodge. they make great stuff and they're cheap. but i have to admit the grill pan is a bit of a pita to clean.
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The tops of the bars are thin. They're triangle shaped when looking at it from the side.
They are?

Well, bottom line is, steak looks great!
You must be having one of them there tropical delusions.
They looks plenty pointy to me. Although, this is a different model....same principal
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The tops of the bars are thin. They're triangle shaped when looking at it from the side.
They are?

Well, bottom line is, steak looks great!

it is quite the optical illusion!
I could only see the point on the one at the very top of the pic, otherwise I suspected they were painted on with Molasses
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The tops of the bars are thin. They're triangle shaped when looking at it from the side.
They are?

Well, bottom line is, steak looks great!
it is quite the optical illusion!
I could only see the point on the one at the very top of the pic, otherwise I suspected they were painted on with Molasses [/quote:3r6y16pr]

I guess you non believers will just had to see one in person. 8-[
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In the pic they just don't look "pointy"
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