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Old 07-09-2011, 01:57 PM
 
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George Foreman Indoor/Outdoor Electric Dome Grill

Rating: 3 out of 5
  • Currently 3.0/5.0

The George Foreman Indoor/Outdoor Electric Dome Grill does a pretty good job at cooking food but its smaller size may leave you hungry for more.

As it's name states, this is an electric grill, designed to be used where traditional grilling isn't possible. If you have a deck or patio where you are not permitted to grill with charcoal or propane this George Foreman could be a viable option for you. But if you have to option to use charcoal or propane grill, over this one, I would stick with the traditional method for cooking.

The George Foreman Indoor/Outdoor Electric Dome Grill has about two hundred square inches of cooking surface. The grill is round, so it is easy to have food sticking over the edge and off of the grill. I also found it was too small for family cooking. If you are alone or a couple, the Foreman grill's 200 inches maybe enough for you.

There is no limit on what you can cook on this indoor/ outdoor grill. There are no problems with the cooking temperature. The George Foreman grill has an adjustable setting, so you can cook at the right temperature. The grill has a high dome cover, affording you the luxury of cooking taller items with the top on.

The cooking surface is removable. This makes it easy to clean. But be warned, the longer the mess remains on the grill the more difficult it is to clean. Additionally, the cooking surface is non-stick and they claim you do not need oil to cook. I found it better to use a little cooking spray before adding food to the grill. Like the previous George Foreman grills before, this grill has channels to drain the liquids from your food, keeping them lower in fat and adding to the ease of cleaning.

Priced around $100, the George Foreman Indoor/Outdoor Electric Dome Grill has its advantages. It could perfectly meet all of your grilling needs. -Reviewed by ConchRaider

Review by professional reviewer, Dec. 26, 2010
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