Griddle - Wikipedia
A griddle is a cooking device consisting of a broad flat surface heated by gas, electricity, wood, or coal, with both residential and commercial applications. In industrialized countries, a griddle is most commonly a flat metal plate, elsewhere typically a brick slab or tablet. A residential griddle may be composed of chrome steel, aluminum, cast iron, or carbon steel.
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