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griddles

  • Service Tips: Flat top Griddles

    Countertop griddles can be small enough to work in a food truck or large enough to be the workhorses of major brick-and-mortar operations. Here are a few tips for maintaining these pieces of equipment.

  • Clamshell Griddles: Cleaning and Maintenance Tips

    Clamshell griddles, also commonly referred to asdouble-sided grills, have become critical to the foodservice industry, in part because they help operators expand their menus. Foodservice operators can choose from small tabletop panini grills to larger high-production floor models. These come in all shapes and sizes, are available in gas or electric, and have various cooking surfaces from stainless steel to glass ceramic.

  • A Guide to Clamshell Griddles

    Clamshell griddles simultaneously cook food on both sides, making this equipment a popular back-of-house option for high-volume foodservice operations since it can cut cooking time by more than 50 percent.

  • Consultant Q&A: Clamshell Griddles

    Service Agent Q&A with Marcin Zmiejko, associate principal at WC&P, Denver

  • Service Tips: Griddles

  • Specifying Energy-Efficient Griddles

    When it comes to energy-efficient griddles, the energy-efficient part really varies by operation and need. "Griddles are heavily cost-driven and it's difficult to justify the strategies that make them more efficient," says David Zabrowski, director of engineering at the Food Service Technology Center (FSTC) in San Ramon, Calif.

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