EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRIDDLE
You bet Mr. Arledge would 'a' got my decision right hot off the griddle.
Mrs. Ritson had been stooping over the griddle when Reuben entered.
Then Grannie finished, on hearth and griddle, the baking of her cakes.
Corn meal is mixed with water and baked on the flat surface of a hoe or griddle.
Better that than to fry there like St. Lawrence on his griddle.
Grease the griddle with rind or slices of bacon for each batch of cakes.
Bake on the griddle or add a little more flour and bake in muffin rings.
You found the prepared flour, and all—baked 'em on the griddle!
Peggy stood at the griddle half an hour, an hour, two hours.
And you may have griddle cakes and—you wait and see the things I'll give you for breakfast.
shallow frying pan, early 13c., apparently from Anglo-French gridil, Old North French gredil, altered from Old French graille, from Latin craticula (see grill).