I have a new induction cooktop which I really love. I saw an older discussion thread here on the subject of locating a griddle meant to span two burners. At the time there didn't seem to be a consensus of opinion. I'm hoping that in the meantime some manufacturer has come through. Anyone know of anything that would fit the bill? I've seen plenty of two-sided cast iron grills but I wonder if it can be used with the ridged side down. I've already noticed that with regular pans you can't leave a large part of the cooking surface uncovered or the burner turns off.
Which leads me into my second question. One of my burners is quite large and is useless for smaller cookware. If the coil doesn't sense that it is completely covered (or nearly so) it simply turns itself off. Is there a device or product meant to solve this problem on the market?
Thanks in advance for all suggestions!
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