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Yarii "fifty shades of blonde": Easy cooking - easy clean-up. I love my George Foreman Grill - I bought this larger size after buying the smallest one that holds just 2 burgers. Chicken breasts are the very best thing to cook; the chicken is tender and juicy and just takes a few minutes. It's also good for making grilled cheese sandwiches or paninis on the thin side, you don't even have to butter the bread, so it's a great way to reduce the fat in your cooking. I wouldn't be without mine.Also, it's very easy clean-up - but that had a learning curve to it -- I hated the clean-up before I figured this out. I found the best way to clean this since the grill plates are not detachable is to hold it by the lid (open) over the edge of the sink, squirt some Dawn on the bottom plate, scrub with one of those Teflon-friendly scrubbers and then rinse with the sink's spray attachment.I would have to say the only thing I don't like about it is there should be a way to "attach" the drip pan to the grill. Sometimes it slides away and the fat drips onto the counter top.
Barron Laycock "Labradorman": Even grizzled old mountain men like me get tired of a steady diet of squirrel stew. So, on those increasingly frequent occasions that I can rustle up some lean hamburger that my significant friend buys at the supermarket on her way home from work, I whip out the new deluxe version of this handy and quite simple device and presto! In a second or so have four big burgers to stave off that ravenous hunger we mountain men are famous for. I even share the burgers with the lady in question, although I suspect she likes the fact that even I can't screw them up, and that I can also quickly clean up the grill and put it away, all by myself! Just like an adult! And like one of the other reviewers below, she has found a lot of innovative ways to rustle up a variety of dishes using this, and we have worked this new deluxe grille for a couple of weeks, and to my mind have already more than made up for the sixty or so bucks we paid for it. It is easy to use, quick to clean up, and healthy because of all the grease it whisks away from the food itself. Now I even keep some of those pre-packed hamburger patties in the freezer for emergencies, and as long as I get a warning call a few hours before I need them, the patties are thawed and ready to throw into this infernal machine. Gee, ain't technology great! It is a great product and I highly recommend it, even for history buffs like me!
Eric Antonow: I know the commecials are compelling -- seems you can cook anything -- but I would focus on this as a great off-season bbq grill. Hamburgers, sausages and other red meats do well. Vegetables also are easy and tasty. The best thing about it is that 1) it takes about 3 minutes to heat up and a little less than that to cook just about anything, 2) it is very easy to clean. Great for families and get togethers -- my brothers swear by the hamburgers -- and it is also fun. I don't think this will replace my stove or broiler but it also won't be at a garage sale next year. I'd also opt for the larger unit (XXL) unless you are only cooking for one.
R. D. Collins: We've had a GR30 grill for a few years, and I've not experienced any of the problems cited by other reviewers. I do agree that it would be nice to have a heat control, although I suspect that most things would be cooked on the highest setting anyway. We've only used it a few times for grilling fish or meat, and to be frank, I prefer my gas grill or even a cast iron fry pan for that. I found fish cooked on the Foreman Grill to have a somewhat steamed flavor and meat to lack the charred flavor that the "real" grill imparts. That said, we use it frequently to make panini, Italian-style grilled sandwiches that are somewhat compressed. For that, it's great -- although if I had it to do over again, and all I wanted to do was make grilled sandwiches, I'd look closely at the Cuisinart Gridler.
Robert Smith "helobob": A really great product. Does a great job of cooking indoors with out a mess. Easy to clean up. The instructions and cooking suggestions could have been more, but without a doubt anyone that buys this product will be pleased.