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I was wondering if anyone has ever installed a small flat grill on a boat? They have 2 ft flat stainless steel grills for 500.00. Great for pancakes... burgers... grill cheese.... stirfry... the one I looked at runs on natural gas. Any thoughts.... experiance.... ideas?
 

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I would just get a flat griddle pan (they come in many sizes) and put it across the the burners on the stove or BBQ. Then I wouldn't be limited to just the griddle.
 

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I once had a cast aluminum griddle pan that was flat on one side and a grill on the other. Fit nicely over two burners. I think it was made by Coleman.
 
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Teflon is a good way to go, especially on a boat, where soaking and cleaning are more difficult.
 

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We have an 18" by 9" griddle that we put on the propane stove. It's great for making pancakes and bacon (yum… bacon…). It's teflon (or a variant of teflon), not something I would put on the BBQ, since the heat may get too extreme for it.

It was actually a present for my daughter, who took change of making the pancakes.

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Brad
 

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My father went to the local junkyard and got a sheet of welted truck running board that was flat on the other side. They cut it to size for him and my mom would slide it onto our stovetop for pancakes or grilled cheese for her family of eight, anytime. Any reasonably thick piece of flat steel should work. In our book, spending $5 is better than spending $500.
 
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