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    de buyer mineral b w/ 22K burner

    I figured this would be the place to ask, I own a bluestar range that has 2 22K burners (garland burners, same as on many commercial stoves). I have had a hard time finding out if the de buyer mineral b can handle those types of temperatures. Really looking to get into carbon steel pans as there sounds like there are a lot of benefits to them. Any thoughts or recommendations?

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    No problem w/ deBuyer on my Bluestar
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    cool man, what stove do you have? always love a chance to post mine


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    Damn that's a nice oven, how much was it if I don't mind me asking?

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    Since I got my answer how about some befores and afters?

    I am pretty sure if was under 10K, I got the hood at the same time from the same vendor so I would have to look back to see exactly, the stainless griddle is awesome. We have an older house in jackson dating back to 1949 and the kitchen was pretty close to original. We ended up tearing out a wall and matching the oak floors up pretty well. We were able to keep the entire kitchen under 15K since I did all the work with my dad besides the wall removal. Also made the counters out of ikea butcher block stained and waterloxed. Made the kitchen table also the pendant lights are reused electrical insulator glass.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dimag333 View Post
    cool man, what stove do you have? always love a chance to post mine

    damn dude!

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    I spy a Yankees floor mat, now I hate u

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    yeah I really like cooking on stainless griddles when I worked in kitchens, when it came time to buy a stove I really wanted one. you can drop an egg right on it and it just dances across the top with very little oil. Very easy to clean to, that metal portion under the knobs is a big grease pan. We saved on me doing the work and not going with custom cabinets ect.

    Also sacrifice other things like not having tv ect to afford things like this, but it makes me and the family happy.

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    haha that is now by the back door! my sister got it for me so I took a couple pics last christmas with it

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