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Old 09-11-2011, 12:22 PM
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George Foreman Next Grilleration Grill with Removable Plates

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

I was a skeptic about this grill. The entire idea seemed sort of goofy to me. Now, following consuming a perfectly cooked salmon fillet this afternoon, I wonder why anybody who does not have the room for a conventional grill would go with out 1 of these creatures. The cooking was easy and also the cleanup was tremendously simple using the removable plates. Needless to say, you don't get a few of the wonders of a actual grill: that smokey flavor, the capability to cook big quantities of food all at as soon as, and, needless to say, gathering about this grill with a couple of pals and talking and drinking although you cook is fairly awkward. But what a fantastic item!

I believe this is really a fantastic gift for anybody living in an apartment. Parents, if you are sending your children off to college and you would like a method to encourage them to eat much more healthily and cheaply, this grill appears like a actual great nudge in that direction.

I adore the grill, but I need to note that clean up certainly requirements to be carried out instantly. Otherwise, it gets truly difficult. Also, I've already place a minute scratch within the non-stick. And, although it cooks fish extremely nicely, it appears to retain a fishy odor. Component of this might indicate a require to be particularly diligent in cleaning not just the removable plates but the edges of the grill. I didn't notice splatter at initial on those parts, however it certainly has had some splatter. This is really a bit much more awkward to clean up, particularly because the exposed grill parts stay extremely hot for a lengthy time. Still, overall, understanding what I know now, I would still happily make the buy. Pleased grilling!

The 1 factor that would enhance this grill could be an on/off switch. I believe I get why the original 1 didn't have a switch--the makers didn't want you washing it over a sink although it was still plugged in. But with removable plates, this is no longer a concern. You are able to most likely get an on/off switch to plug the grill into fairly cheaply at a hardware retailer, which would remove the sparking that occasionally occurs whenever you unplug it. Otherwise, extremely pleased with it!

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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