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Samantha S. Sillett "Samantha": We bought this grill in 2002 and it is still working. It is easy to clean. I think we do ourselves a favor by caring to not use anything that will scratch the grill. The temperature control on it is perfect, and it grill so fast because it cooks the top and bottom at the same time. Bought small ones for both the kids when they moved out and they love them and use them regularly.
Schnauzer: The grill is like for one maybe 2 people but the non stick coating is good and the price was right. Removable plates would have been nice but you won't get that at this price point.
Stephanie Sullivan: I've had a several variations on the small George Foreman Champ grills. This model was the first.I have literally worn a number of GF grills out. And they last well when cared for! I use my GF a LOT. They are great when making a meal in the summer. It doesn't noticeably heat the room like the broiler in my oven and I think it uses much less power all year round. They are just the right size for one or two people.I cooked steak, lamb, pork, chicken, salmon, tuna, cod, haddock, bluefish, trout, and a bunch of other stuff that isn't coming immediately to mind. It was all great. The biggest danger has been over-cooking because it's so fast and cooks from both sides at once.When cooking for one and there is often space behind a steak or pork chop, I put slices of veggies like bell pepper and onions back there to cook with the steak. Behind the steak is a steamy spot on the grill and those veggies cook to perfection with the steak. Sometimes I rub them with olive oil for a nice taste.The tilted design is great to get rid of grease and the hot plates sear the surface to seal in juices and flavor. With fish I like to use a very light coating of Mayo. This seems to help make pink and white fish even more detectibly moist and tasty. With steak and meats the grill works great with rubs and spices. I really like the Paul Prudome "magic" line of spices. Yum! Even cooking a whole trout is great but I needed to slice it in two at the ribs to fit it all on the Champ at once. About 6 minutes between the plates and done to yummy perfection.If you freeze steaks, a 6 oz 3/4" thick steak frozen solid and dropped on the hot places will be done to medium in just about 10 minutes. In my experience steak cold out of the fridge of the same size/thickness is done to medium in about 5 to 6 minutes. The timing is just about second nature now.The non-stick surface isn't perfect. It is pretty good. Be careful with forks/knives. Use a plastic spatula. Fish has a greater tendency to stick than anything else.Cleanup is oh so easy. While one must not put their little GF in the dishwasher or immerse it it's still pretty easy to clean. I do wish the plates were removable!Cleanup for me starts just after the food comes off. I give it a quick hot wipe with a paper towel to get the bulk off. Just takes a second to do this.After the meal I finish the clean-up by hanging the front of the GF over the sink and using a soapy wet sponge. I thoroughly wash the plates and clean the catch tray. Then I use the clean catch tray to rinse the plates of soap, then drain it and both air dry. Water all flows into the sink and it's really clean. It all takes a minute or two.This is a great tool. If it wasn't so great why would I keep buying them? :-) I even keep a spare on the shelf in case my current 4 year old one fails. I love my GF and its saved so much of my time while giving me great food to enjoy.I've recently moved to a new GF Champ (the current one was bought 4 years ago) and the cooking times on the new one seem to be a little longer than my old one. Just a little reminder: while all the GF Champ grills have been very self-consistent there can be small variations between units. All the 36 square inch GF Champs are virtually identical except for the plastic shell.I still love my GF Champ and have given just about one of every champ model to friends or family members.
Steve H "books911": For years, I have seen television infomercials and the like rave about the George Foreman Grill. However, being a vegetarian, I never gave it serious thought.However, in Fall 2005 I was browsing Amazon, and I saw I could pick-up this compact grill, for less than fifteen dollars, and I knew I had to give it a try for that price. It has been fantastic. What do I cook on it being a vegetarian?Veggie burgers come out very nicely. Boca Burgers, Gardenburgers, and other brands taste great, when cooked on the grill, and it is very fast. Frozen veggie burger is done in 5-7 minutes. Yes, the grill is small, but it is not tiny. You can fit two small boca burgers on it.Other items I have cooked on it includes soy chicken-style filets and frozen french fries. Grilled veggie sandwiches come out great too. One thing that amazes me is how quickly it cooks a simple grilled cheese sandwich. About 100 seconds, and the grilled cheese sandwich is browned, cheese completely melted, and tastes great. The appearance of the food cooked on the grill is something I like too. Sandwiches and veggie burgers come out with beautiful grill marks and a fantastic texture.The design of the grill seems impressive. It heats up quite quickly, in less than five minutes, and it is simple to use. Plug in the grill, and unplug the grill, when you are finished cooking. There are not any knobs or switches to accidently set incorrectly. Of course, the grill is cooking your food very quickly, so be cautious because it does get very hot. Clean-up is quite easy. For my veggie stuff, hardly any residue is left behind on the grill. However, I always wipe both the top and bottom grill plates with a damp cloth, after cooking.Obviously, if you eat meat you'll have even more ways to use the George Foreman grill, and it looks like you would collect a lot of fat in the drip tray (the drip tray I never use as my veggie stuff doesn't have anything to drip). However, even if you don't eat meat, you'll find plenty of goodies to cook quickly and easily. I'd highly recommend it, especially for the price. Why not?
Sylvia "salmonroe": It is a wonderful grill for 1 or 2 people, if you don't have a fancy cooktop or range that comes with a grill. I used it to make salmon teriyaki and the salmon came out real tender on the inside, with a nice grilled flavor. Cleaning is not too bad either as the nonstick surface seems to be permanently in tact. The only thing I wondered about this grill is why the drip pan was a flimsy white plastic and not aluminum or stainless steel. Although oil cools fast, I found myself worrying that the plastic would melt as soon as the oil dripped onto it. But of course it didn't and the drip pan cleaned well, so I can't give minus points for this one...!