anyone know where to get a big honking frying pan/griddle like this?

is it custom made?
- bill 7-27-2010 4:12 pm

Looks like the old commercial (electric) crepe pans used in the Magic Pan chain restaurants.
- adman 7-27-2010 5:24 pm [add a comment]

Blue Hill at Stone Barns had a wood fired kettle grill with a cast iron griddle top similar to the one shown in the picture. Approximately 36" diameter. No idea who made it, must be custom.
- anonymous (guest) 7-27-2010 8:16 pm [add a comment]

is this it? evo grill?
- Erin Boberg 7-27-2010 8:42 pm [add a comment]

i found a 36" paella pan. not flat like it should be.
- bill 7-27-2010 9:14 pm [add a comment]

holy shit. this is erins link! evo bet it is.
- bill 7-27-2010 9:18 pm [add a comment]

of portland! checking on the $$$
- bill 7-27-2010 9:29 pm [add a comment]


- bill 7-27-2010 9:45 pm [add a comment]

yes evo lent some to PICA a few years back for a temporary festival restaurant. i think the chefs liked them but they are pricey!
- Erin Boberg 7-27-2010 10:59 pm [add a comment]

paella pans up to 60" / texas tastes /tejas smokers / camp chef / blackstone fry griddle / dutch oven pro (stand) / the spanish table / 20" comal tortilla pan / taco comal / griddle-q little griddle
- bill 7-28-2010 2:59 pm [add a comment]

THE MIXTEPEC COMAL PLATTER / oaxaca / tortilla / more pics / indian tava / iron tava / tawa
- bill 7-28-2010 5:36 pm [add a comment]

mongolian bbq griddle fire ice
- bill 7-28-2010 6:50 pm [add a comment]

the evo grill appears to be derived from the commercial mongolian bbq grills which wikipedia describes as derived from the teppanyaki grill. both seem derived from large charcole fired flatbread pans used in street markets around the world.
- bill 7-28-2010 7:07 pm [add a comment]

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