George Foreman's grills have actually been around for many years, and the product line just keeps expanding. The most recent addition to the George Foreman grill family is the NEW George Foreman Electric Grill, model G5, GRP90WGR. It is an excellent grill to own, simply because it is one of the most versatile BBQ grills to ever hit the market.
Its large 84 square inch cooking surface, makes cooking for a large family an absolute breeze. The On/Off button is in just the right place, for easy access. The Power and ready light, is easy to see, so you know when your grill is on and ready for some cooking action!
The special Tilt feature, enable the nasty grease to run away from your food, and off of the BBQ grilling surface, right into the handy grease drip tray, for easy disposal.
The 1 inch floating hinge, allows for cooking extra thick steaks and chops. The 5 interchangeable grill plates with exclusive triple non-stick coating make cleanup simple and easy.
The grill also comes with 5 removable grilling plates, including: 1 Grill Plate, 1 Steak Plate, 2 Waffle Plates, and 1 Shallow Pan.
I use my GF grill several times per week, and I have cooked chicken, steak, beacon, waffles, hamburgers, and even vegetables on my new George Foreman grill. It's really cool to actually SEE the grease/fat drip away from the food. In my opinion, seeing all of that grease fat run away from the food, can only HELP better a person's health in the long run!
I have a Foreman but give me a good old fashioned broiler anytime.
by Pam Pounds 7 years ago
What is the best indoor grill?I don't have a place outdoors to barbecue, so I need to resort to indoor grilling. High heat and easy to clean. Any recommendations?
by jencooper 7 years ago
What do you do when it is too hot to cook?I feel like it is too hot in this house to turn on the oven. I'm wondering if anyone has any easy fun things you can eat for dinner with out the oven and without going out!
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