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  • Re: Getting Used To a Medium!

    Everybody who has a medium thinks it's the best one if that tells you something.....
    Agreed @DoubleEgger ;.  I thought the small was the best, then I picked up the medium.  Now trying to figure out if the small just needs to be sold.  I opened it the other day and the cast iron grid, grate, and the grate mates were pretty rusty.

    I have even had the dome off of the large to replace the gasket for about 6 months now, I dont even care because the medium and XL are the bomb.
  • Re: Another Thing I Love About My Mini-Max

    Thats how I do all my eggs as well, ready to go instantly!
  • Re: Thinking about a 2nd

    I have the mini, small, and medium as the smaller cookers out on the porch.  I use the medium all the time, its a better egg than the other two.  The mini sits in the shed, thinking of giving it to my daughter so she can play house with it. The small isn't used any more either since the medium showed up.  But if you watch my comments over the years, I used to love the mini and small.  Its all about which ones you have, people have different opinions.
  • Re: OT - Blackstone 36" Griddle is LEGIT

    It is metal, it will rust.  I will probably just spend the necessary coin to replace the cook top when it is so rusty that it is unusable.  Or, I will spend another 229 when another one is needed like in 10 years.  I live in a very arid environment here in the desert that is the state of Utah, so rust is less of a concern, but I can sympathize with those that live in more humid climates.
  • Re: Anybody go caveman with burgers?

    i think it would fall apart when you try to pick it up or move it.
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