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Brownells Roll Pin Holders 4 1 8 3 2mm Roll Pin Holder
"Holds roll pins perfectly aligned for starting correctly. Especially good on the tiny tough-to-grab ones or those in tight places. 1/16"" is notched to clear M16/AR-15 rear sight. 3.5mm excellent for holding the pin that retains the breech block on Sig handguns. Finish driving with roll pin punch. O/A in chart means ""Overall"". Available individually or as a set of 5. Mfg: Brownells SPECS: Steel knurled handle. Set of 5."
JLind555: Talk about bang for a buck... this is the best buy I have ever purchased for my kitchen. It couldn't be easier to use. Plug it in, let it heat, plop on the food, close the cover, wait a few minutes, and voila... you got some GOOD EATS!! I use mine at least four times a week. It cooks bacon and sausage perfectly (no more grease splatters all over the stove) and it's great for grilling fish, meat, poultry, veggies, or what have you. And cleaning up is a snap. Unplug it, let it cool down, wipe it down with a damp sponge, and follow up with a damp paper towel. Toss the drip tray in the dishwasher and you're ready to go. You'll get more mileage out of the Foreman grill than you'll get from any other small appliance in your kitchen. Bon appetit!
J. M. Fitzpatrick "John Fitzpatrick": This is a generally well designed compact clamshell grill, which offers reasonable value for money.It is ideal for making toasted sandwiches- with attractive grill lines imparted by the ridges on the grill surface.If you are cooking for one or two, its relatively small size makes it convenient to use. It takes up little space on a bench top.Since it is a clamshell grill, it has heating elements above and below the food being cooked- hence it can heat or cook food very quickly.The grill plate base is sloped, so if you grill meat, the fat will drain- it is caught by a small tray provided with the grill.Cleaning is quite easy: you wipe the grill plates clean, and wash the plastic tray.To be fair, this is really for convenience cooking: it heats up quickly, and cooks efficiently.However, the method of cooking imparts a certain flavor: it is a clamshell grill, so whatever you are cooking has heat applied from above and below simultaneously. In my opinion, steam generated in the cooking process is captured within the grill, imparting a different flavor than if you use a conventional broiler or stovetop grill pan.On the other hand, it is quick and convenient to use.If this is your priority, then you might find this grill to be a useful acquisition for making tasty snacks.
J N. Brabec: Love this thing and we use it a few times a week. Besides burgers, it grills onions, peppers and other vegis. Clean up is quick and simple.
Joanna Daneman: I got a recommendation to get this little grill from a guy who is a personal trainer and an absolute maniac about eating right. He raved about the Foreman grill, talked about the fat that drips off even lean chicken breasts and how nice and juicy the grill made everything taste. He was astounded at the amount of fat that dripped off the meat when he grilled a beef burger made from very lean ground.I finally got one of these items, because it looked like a convenient way to make a quick sandwich or dinner, especially if we don't want to fire up the charcoal or dirty the broiler in the oven. Well, I was stupid to have waited. This little thing is absolutely amazing.It is really rather like a waffle iron. You plug it in and wait for the grill plates to heat--indicated when the little light turns off (a simple thermostat setting.) Then you put on the food to be grilled which in our first test was a frozen veggie burger; the ultimate challenge. Our particular brand of veggie burger is very tasty but needs to be carefully cooked for 8 minutes, usually, on the stove. If it cooks even a little too long, it gets rubbery and dry. I chose 4 minutes, figuring that the top and bottom simultaneous grilling would cut the time in half. It did. In 4 minutes, turning the burger crosswise once for a nice hatched effect, I had a lovely veggie burger steaming in a pita bread with hummus, lettuce and tomato.We grilled a chicken breast next, one of the lowest-fat meats there is. The amount of grease that poured off made my eyebrows shoot to the ceiling.What made my purchase decision difficult was the number of models offered. There is a cute version with a bun warmer, and several models with larger grills. While I like the idea of a bun warmer, it's not essential, though would have been nice for the pita. We usually grill only one or two things for a quick meal, so I opted for the basic model and I am pretty happy. It takes up little space on the counter. If you like warmed burger buns or have more than two moderate eaters, you will probably want the deluxe model --and if you have a family that eats together, get the larger model. But if you are a twosome or have a lot of single meals to make, this model is great and the price is right.I can't wait to try fish steaks and vegetables next. I really was surprised how nicely this grill does work. George can't be beat.
Joe Ekaitis "gray-haired geek": If you want to see your family suddenly find something else to do on a lazy Sunday morning before breakfast, just ask "Who wants to cook the sausage?"Oh, yeah, EVERYONE enjoys parking in front of a spattering skillet, keeping an eagle's eye on the size of the flame, prying the sausage links from the bottom of the pan, hoping and praying they're done inside. No one wants to be blamed for poisoning the family with undercooked pork. If you elect to use a broiler, a moment's inattention can turn beautifully browned sausage into charred twigs of pork in just a few seconds. Of course, there's always "3-minute" pre-cooked sausage, if you don't mind paying 3 times the price for sausage that tastes like the inside of a freezer.Next Sunday, haul out the George Foreman Champ Grill, plug it in and let it heat up for 5 minutes. Lay your defrosted breakfast sausage links on the grid parallel to the ribs, close the lid and set the timer for another 5 minutes.There. That's all there is to it. While the sausage cooks, you're free to mix the waffle batter or put on another pot of coffee. The sausage comes out perfectly browned above and below, and thoroughly cooked all the way through while remaining juicy. The Champ grill works just as well with rock-hard frozen links straight from the freezer. Cook them for 10 minutes and they'll come out a tad darker but never tasting burnt or scorched.The only real drawback to the Champ grill is that the grids can't be removed for cleaning. Still, a Tuffy plastic scouring ball makes quick work of cleaning the grids, even if you've prepared multiple batches of sausage (emptying the grease catcher after each batch, of course).