Industry Leading Camp Chef Griddles Made Even Better

By on August 10, 2011


August 10, 2011

Contact: Megan Mitchell


Industry Leading Camp Chef Griddles Made Even Better

The outdoor cooking innovators at Camp Chef have once again raised the bar on griddles. The first and only company to have True Seasoned steel griddles has added heat diffusers for even better heat control. Each Professional Griddle comes with the heat diffusers permanently attached to the underside. Also included with each griddle are high sides for easy food control, built-in grease management system with grease cup holder.

The Professional Griddles series are tailor made for each of Camp Chef’s stoves, built to fit each cooking situation. When paired with Camp Chef’s other modular cooking accessories the griddles will complete the ultimate outdoor cooking system.

About Camp Chef

Established in 1990, Logan, Utah-based Camp Chef is a privately held manufacturer of high-end cooking equipment for outdoor and indoor cooking enthusiasts. Camp Chef is devoted to bringing its customers innovative and cutting edge outdoor cooking systems with a full range of one to four burner cooking units and accessories that BBQ grill, griddle, boil, steam and fry. A new line of Camp Ovens makes baking outdoors convenient and easy. Camp Chef also features a full line of Cast Iron products from Dutch ovens, skillets and custom accessories to meet every cooking need. To see what’s cookin’ at Camp Chef, please visit www. or call 800. 650. 2433

5 thoughts on “Industry Leading Camp Chef Griddles Made Even Better”

  1. Hello, just lookin for care and seasoning tips for the steel griddles. I have the large steel griddle for the three burner lightly rusted without any of the original True Seasoned Finish. Does the cast iron cleaner and conditioner work on the steel griddle the same as the cast iron griddle. Not sure if there is a difference. The only product description specifying both metals was the chain mail scrubber. Any help on the difference would be greatly appreciated.

    • You can certainly use both the Cast Iron Cleaner and Cast Iron Conditioner on your steel griddle. If there is rust on it, you can use a stiff bristled brush to try to get it off. If that doesn’t work, soak the area in cola, then, using a stiff bristled brush remove the rust. Then clean the griddle and apply the conditioner to begin seasoning the griddle. If the rust doesn’t remove, let it in the cola for a longer period of time. And, if all else fails, using some steel wool works too.

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