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All-Clad LTD Nonstick Grande Griddle

Posted by aptosca (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 20, 06 at 22:48

Anyone have this? Is a good griddle for the money? It seems a little expensive for a griddle, but my DH wants to buy it for me as a Christmas present. I am not sure it is worth it. We just got a new Wolf stove and the old one is way too small.

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RE: All-Clad LTD Nonstick Grande Griddle

The All-Clad griddle is jusy anodized aluminum with a nonstick coating. It's not clad like the other LTD products. I think you can get a similar griddle for less than 1/2 the price. In this case you really don't have any advantages using All-Clad.

RE: All-Clad LTD Nonstick Grande Griddle

The one advantage that we found with this one was the handles. They go straight up instead of slanted off to the side which makes it fit better on our burners. And it really worked well with our Christmas breakfast.

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