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    $42.86 list($119.99)
    1. George Foreman GGR50B Indoor/Outdoor
    $74.99 Too low to display list($119.99)
    2. George Foreman GRP99 Next Generation
    $59.99 list($69.99)
    3. George Foreman GRP4 Next Grilleration
    $14.99 list($39.99)
    4. George Foreman GR10AWHT Champ
    $59.99 $59.98 list($69.99)
    5. George Foreman GRP4P Next Grilleration
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    $39.99 list($79.99)
    7. George Foreman GV5 Contact Cooker
    $79.99 $72.92 list($99.99)
    8. George Foreman GRV660 8-in-1 Toaster
    $59.99 $56.23 list($69.99)
    9. George Foreman GF20G Combo Grill/Griddle,
    $129.95 list($119.99)
    10. George Foreman GR82B George Jr.
    $99.99 $98.99 list($129.95)
    11. George Foreman GR62 Double Champion
    $74.11 list($119.99)
    12. George Foreman GR36CB Jumbo Size
    $59.99 $57.00 list($79.99)
    13. George Foreman GR59A Baby George
    $119.00 list($149.95)
    14. George Foreman GGR88DK Double
    $49.99
    15. George Foreman Indoor Grill with
    $109.00 list($179.99)
    16. George Foreman GR36BWC Jumbo Size
    $91.99 list($119.99)
    17. George Foreman GR44TMR Double
    $39.99 list($49.99)
    18. George Foreman GR19BWBC Contemporary
    $39.99 list($59.99)
    19. George Foreman GR18SBTMR Super
    $37.99 $36.00 list($65.00)
    20. George Foreman GGR64 Outdoor Grill

    1. George Foreman GGR50B Indoor/Outdoor Grill
    list price: $119.99
    our price: $42.86
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    Asin: B00004W499
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 83
    Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Grilling really can't get much easier than this. After assembling the grill (which takes only a few minutes), simply plug it in and allow about 10 minutes to fully preheat the surface while you gather your steaks, kebabs, or whatever's to be grilled. The electric heat has an adjustable range from low (for keeping food warm) to high (for searing steaks). The nonstick grill surface not only means you can use a minimum of added fat, but it also makes cleanup a cinch. The surface has a subtle slope, with channels that draw accumulated fat or other liquids into a tray just below the surface. The high domed and vented lid helps create a circular flow of hot air to ensure even cooking--particularly important for a large roast or whole chicken.

    The grill can be placed either directly on a tabletop or atop its pedestal. On its own, the grill surface stands about 6 inches high; with the pedestal, it stands about 2-1/2 feet high, not counting the domed lid. The pedestal is plenty sturdy for cooking, but the grill still seems a bit top-heavy, so pay special attention if grilling in a high-traffic area or near kids. Because of the easy electric heat, this grill can be used outdoors or indoors--when using it indoors, though, be prepared for potential spattering, steam, or other side effects of cooking. --Cynthia Nims ... Read more

    Features

    • Grill top measures 17 inches across for generous cooking capacity
    • No-fuss grilling made easy, for use indoors or outside
    • Grill can be used on pedestal (stands about -1/2 feet high) or on tabletop
    • Uses electric heat, with adjustable range from low to high
    • Sloping grate base draws fat away from food to collect in easy-to-empty tray

    Reviews (47)

    5-0 out of 5 stars backup grill
    Originally I saw my mother's George Forman grill (smaller indoor one with lid). Then I saw my brother's Party Size grill. Both of them love their grill. I was able to taste the food from both and found it very tasty and easy to use. I decided to do some investigating on my own intending to purchase the party size grill, when I saw the indoor/outdoor grill. I was impressed with the fact that it appeared to be a bigger cooking surface and the price I found was within reason. I purchased it for the purpose of using it as an extra grill for a cookout I was having. No one used the gas grill at all. I have since used it indoors without the stand, making it convient on rainy days. It is the easiest grill to use and clean that we have ever owned. You can cook everything evenly, because there are no coals to level out. It can easily hold 4 to 5 steaks, 10 big hamburgers, and the list goes one. I am sure there are some drawbacks to those that swear by gas/charcoal grills, but my gas grill has found a permanent residence in our shed, while George sits ready to use at any time indoors or out on our back porch. I am so impressed, that I am purchasing one for my parents for Christmas, to replace the charcoal grill that takes for ever to heat up and messy to clean. I'm sure they'll love it too!

    5-0 out of 5 stars No-fuss barbecuing!
    Until last weekend, I was barbecue-challenged. I had a Weber charcoal grill that was almost never used, because I could never figure out how to grill a steak (or anything else) to perfection. I never knew how much charcoal to use, or when it was hot enough, and hated the messy cleanup afterwards. Then one Sunday I saw a flyer in the newspaper from a department store that was advertising the George Foreman indoor/outdoor electric grill for sale at only [money amount], plus there was a 20% off coupon. I read reviews of it at Amazon.com, and decided that there wasn't too much risk in buying it. The instruction booklet includes general guidelines on how long to cook different types of food, and what heat setting. My first evening, I grilled some swordfish, and it was absolutely delicious. The next evening, I grilled lamb chops, and these too were superb. Clean up was so easy since the grill is non-stick -- no spent charcoals to throw away! No need to buy propane gas! Just unplug! I think that even my husband, who has never cooked anything in his life, can learn to use it. The surface is large enough that you can cook for friends. I'm looking forward to barbecuing every weekend, even in winter! The only very minor negative: unlike a charcoal or gas grill, it can't be used in case of power failure (as we had in the Washington DC area recently after a storm).

    5-0 out of 5 stars George is right. It actually does what he claims it will do!
    I bought this grill 4 months ago and have used it several times per week ever since. I am a very lazy cook with 3 hungry teens and a hubby who eats like he's a heavyweight boxer. So, I needed something that would cook and clean-up as easily as possible. I can turn on the grill (it has an adjustable thermostat), take out a package of frozen chicken, hamburger patties, whatever, prepare it as usual, and the grill is ready to go to work. Dinner is on the table in no time. Its non-stick surface is just that, making clean-up simple and quick.
    I am quite happy with the surface area, as I can easily fit 8 large burgers on at once. I live in the frozen north, so the fact that this grill will also work indoors is plus.
    It's portable, reliable, easy to use and clean, and a bargain compared to other outdoor grills.
    George put his name on a very good product.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Someone please explain...
    ...who designed this grill and the packaging. I haven't seen anything better. Ever. My only complaint about this item is that the temp. control knob gets pretty warm when the unit is used for extended periods (but that doesn't happen too often - if it did I'd have gotten a bigger BBQ). That's it. Everything else about this unit is excellent. Cooks great, cleans great, stores great.

    5-0 out of 5 stars fast food
    We just got this indoor/outdoor grill and couldn't wait to try it. We just tossed on whatever was around -- leftover fried chicken, vidalia onions, cauliflour, and a zucchini. In as long as it took to pull out some dishes and set the table, a hot, fat-free (well maybe not the chicken) dinner was ready. If this is what we can expect from this grill, we're completely happy with it. Cleanup was a breeze. Tomorrow we'll try raw fish or chicken for fast food the way we like it. ... Read more


    2. George Foreman GRP99 Next Generation Grill with Removable Plates, Silver Metallic Finish
    list price: $119.99
    our price: $74.99
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    Asin: B0002KINSY
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 5
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    Features

    • 1 inch floating hinge
    • Removable grill plates with non stick coating
    • 96 inches of cooking surface
    • Oversized LED readouts for Variable Temperature Control and timer
    • Easy to clean; 2 drip trays and specially designed spatula included

    3. George Foreman GRP4 Next Grilleration 4-Burger Grill with Removable Plates, White
    list price: $69.99
    our price: $59.99
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    Asin: B000309TJ0
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 102
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Measures approximately 15 by 13 by 7 inches; 1-year limited warranty
    • Electric grill with 72 square inches of cooking surface and 1-inch floating hinge
    • Patented slope and unique grill design provides healthier cooking
    • Removable, nonstick grilling plates are dishwasher safe for quick cleanup
    • 2 drip trays, specially designed spatula, and cleaning sponge included

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Champion of Grills
    You will not find a better indoor grill anywhere at any price. This grill with its removable grilling plates that can be tossed in your dishwasher is the best of the rest. It has a sleek design, plenty of room for burgers; with its floating hinge you can cook steaks and chops too. The grilling plates come off and reinstall very easily. If you liked the earlier Foreman grills for the way they cooked, you have to buy this one for the ease of cleaning. You can enjoy your favorite foods grilled all year long!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Removeable Grill Plates Makes Cleanup Very Easy!
    I had the old small George Foreman grill and I liked how food came out using it but since the grill plates weren't removeable cleanup was a chore so when I found out about a George Foreman grill with removeable grill plates I immediately set out to get one and I'm really happy that I now own this grill, it is not the one with the timer but I really didn't need that anyway and I'm just happy that I can take the grills out and wash them in the sink and I just feel it is more sanitary then the old grill and not being able to put it in the sink and give it a proper clean I worried about bacteria buildup but now with this new grill I just take the grill plates out and wash them in the sink and cleanup is a breeze and I don't worry about bacteria and I very highly recommend this grill!

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Knock Out Punch
    This is the best grill out. It is so easy to clean which was my major complaint with the old Geroge Foreman grills. I had the old one but almost never used it because of the inconvenience with cleaning the cooking surface. Since purchasing the GRP4 I now eat at least one meal a day cooked on it. Now the only fast food I eat is cooked on this grill! ... Read more


    4. George Foreman GR10AWHT Champ Grill
    list price: $39.99
    our price: $14.99
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    Asin: B00004R93Z
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 32
    Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    This smaller version of George Foreman's famous "as seen on TV" Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine is perfect for preparing quick, low-fat meals for one or two people. The double-sided grill surface heats in less than five minutes to an even temperature perfect for grilling most foods. The high grill grooves and slight angle allow fat to run off the grill as food cooks, and the nonstick surface requires little or no additional fat for cooking. The plastic, grooved spatula works well to scrape off any bits that may have stuck to the surface.

    Meats and fish are the obvious choices to take advantage of the Grilling Machine's fat-reduced grilling, but vegetables and tofu dogs work well too. The double-sided grill means food cooks twice as fast, leaves attractive grill marks, and generates surprisingly little smoke. --Julija Gelazis ... Read more

    Features

    • Interior wipes clean easily
    • 6-by-7-inch nonstick cooking surface
    • Great for grilling burgers, fish, vegetables
    • Includes dishwasher-safe plastic drip tray and spatula
    • Patented grill grooves let oil run off while food is cooking

    Reviews (353)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The George Foreman Grill really does "cut the fat" from food
    This is easily the best "As Seen On TV" product ever made (I'd like to see Ronco top this marvelous machine). As I am writing this review, I am eating boneless skinless chicken breasts that were made on the George Foreman "Champ" Grill". They are so good that words cannot describe how good they are...just sprinkle some "Mrs. Dash 'Table Blend'" on the chicken breasts before you cook them, put them on the grill, and have a great chicken dinner (only other thing you have to do is find something to go along with the chicken [maybe some white rice]). Cleanup is so easy it's ridiculous! The nonstick surface allows you to clean the grill surface with a soft clean cloth or sponge (dampened with warm water, of course), and the drip tray can go in the dishwasher. Just yesterday I prepared some turkey burgers (from Wampler Foods) on the grill, and it is amazing how much fat will be drained from turkey burgers (even though turkey meat has less fat that ground beef [which is what hamburger patties are made of], it still has fat). The George Foreman Grill really does "cut the fat" from food!

    5-0 out of 5 stars "As Seen on TV" and really works!!
    I got my first George Foreman grill when I was in college and living in a dorm. It is a GREAT tool for students especially, because it allows you to make all sorts of chicken, steak, burgers and other food on a "grill" right from your dorm room (or dorm kitchen). It really is a lifesaver!

    I'm out of college now, and I bought the bigger version of the George Foreman grill! It's GREAT about cutting the fat, as most of the grease drains off in to an easy to clean plastic container. The plastic container can go in the dishwasher, and the grill itself has a really good nonstick surface which cleans easily with a damp sponge or rag.

    It also cooks pretty fast, quicker than a conventional grill I think. I cook a few chicken breasts on it in about 10-15 minutes (depending on how big they are), and it heats up super fast - so no worrying about charcoal and starting fires! It's insanely easy to use, teenagers and slightly younger kids could probably use it with no problem. I highly recommend this grill - it's worth every cent!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great grill, wish I had a larger version
    I have used this machine a couple dozen times now, and with great success. Fish, burgers, egglplant, greenbeans, chicken breast...
    -- Meat, cooked from both sides, is done very quickly (Ignore the hamburger packaging that tells you to cook for ten minutes)
    -- You'll enjoy watching the excess fat drip into the small drip-tray instead of sticking to a metal cooking pot that you'd have to scrub clean later.
    -- Eggplant came out soft and delicious. Green beans were crispy and juicy.
    -- There are no temperature settings. There is not even an on/off switch. Plug it in to pre-heat & cook, unplug it when you're finished. The only thing you need to control is the timer on your microwave. (I overcooked tuna steaks when I first got this grill, so that they were a little dry. Since then, I have learned to shorten the cooking time).
    -- Cleanup: the best part. Clean with a wet paper towel or damp sponge. Especially easy while still warm. Use NO abrasives. (I use nothing other than the water that dampens the paper towel.
    -- Smoke: Yes, there is a bit of smoke and steam that escapes, especially when I'm cooking beef & I lift the grilltop to add more seasoning. I usually grill by the window, so it's not a problem.
    -- Size: the one drawback. If you're cooking for two, it's not easy to cram more than hamburger patty on this thing. Consider a larger one.
    -- Price: note that there's a special shipping fee. The total price was still lower than that offered at my local store, though.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Worst for your money
    You have to chop up food to a tiny portion. You can't closed the lid even if you only have a small amount of food on this grill, and you can cook a better tasting food on your frying pan then on this grill. It does get some fat out but not all. The drip catching tray is very small, so you may have to move it to adjust it. The plastic cheap looking scrapter does really nothing to get the food off. I ended up taking mine back to the store. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars SIMPLY AWESOME FOR THE COOKING IMPAIRED
    I dont cook. Boiling water is a major project for me. Therefore the george foreman grill has been a real Godsend. I love my cheeseburgers and was forced to take whatever the fastfood restaurants were dishing out. Now i have CHOICE in what level of fat is in my cheeseburgers, thanks to the george foreman grill. ... Read more


    5. George Foreman GRP4P Next Grilleration 4-Burger Grill with Removable Plates, Platinum
    list price: $69.99
    our price: $59.99
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    Asin: B0007D6H52
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 1106
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Get the grill you trust in cool, chrome look. George Foreman chrome grilleration features a sleek, platinum finish that adds a nice touch to any kitchen and a large 72-square inch grilling surface that lets you cook several things at once. Scratch-resistant, nonstick coating makes clean up easy. Patented grill channels carry grease and fat in floating tray for great, healthy cooking. Cool-touch ergonomic handles. One year warranty. Model GRP4. ... Read more

    Features

    • Measures approximately 15 by 13 by 7 inches; 1-year limited warranty
    • Electric grill with 72 square inches of cooking surface and 1-1/2-inch floating hinge
    • Patented slope and unique grill design provides healthier cooking
    • Removable, nonstick grilling plates are dishwasher safe for quick cleanup
    • Ergonomic handles stay cool to the touch

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars FABULOUS!
    When our small original George Forman gave out I bit the bullet, and decided to spend the money on one with more bells and whistles.GREAT DECISION!My husband uses this almost every day to make a burger, chicken breast, etc.I used it tonight, to make fabulous Tilapia filets which took no time and almost no effort (sprinkle w/ Emril's seasoning and grill for five minutes).THE BEST PART.... REMOVABLE GRILL PLATES!I've put these in the dishwasher and washed by hand.No problem and worlds better than the old model with the fixed plates.I'll use this appliance even more now that clean up is no longer a chore! ... Read more


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    Asin: B0001HM4BK
    Catlog: Kitchen
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    7. George Foreman GV5 Contact Cooker
    list price: $79.99
    our price: $39.99
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    Asin: B000063UZT
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 440
    Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Includes slide-out grease tray and a custom-fit, oval, baking pan
    • Upper and lower heating elements provide even, thorough cooking
    • Automatic, temperature control monitors and controls grill's temperature
    • Non-stick aluminum coating for easy cleaning
    • Automatic, 8-minute preheat countdown; 2-1/2-hour timer

    Reviews (24)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Gotta have it!
    I got the George Foreman Contact Roaster for a Mother's Day gift. I love kitchen gadgets and could not wait to add this one to my collection. The first thing I cooked in it was the egg casserole (recipe in the booklet) and it turned out great. The second thing I made was a 3 lb. chicken. The aroma as it cooked was amazing. It was moist, tender and juicy. It took an hour and a half to cook. I would suggest NOT to line your roaster with sliced onions as I did to enhance the flavor of the chicken. The onions carmelized, then burned and got stuck in the drip hole. It was not very easy to clean that out. The roaster is also a bit small. I wish I would have requested the larger model as we are a family of 4 (soon to be 5) and I can see us outgrowing this appliance long before it wears out. I love to create recipes and cannot wait to see what I am able to concoct to cook in this roaster. It is very versetile and does not heat up the kitchen. It is smaller than the crock pot I used to have, and I probably will never buy another seeing how much fat this machine drains from meats. I will never again cook a chicken in a crock pot and let it sit in all that grease! The booklet that comes with the roaster is easy to read, although there are not many recipes in it. The little cleaning tool is great, it works very well and the additional drip tray comes in handy in case you have a very fatty cut of meat or you want to cook a second item right after the first is finished cooking. All in all, a wonderful appliance and highly reccomended.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Handiest thing in the kitchen
    In addition to being an avid reader, I enjoy cooking. This appliance is the best thing on my counter. The first night after it arrived, I roasted a whole 4-1/2 pound chicken. I slid some fresh sage and rosemary under the skin, placed it in the cooker breast side down, added some baby potatoes and sliced onions, set the timer, and ignored it for the next hour. The wonderful aromas coming out of it were hard to ignore, but I resisted the temptation to open it up during the cooking process. My chicken was thoroughly done but moist, tender, and very flavorful. Although I had pulled out the abdominal fat, about 1/4" of grease dripped out into the tray during cooking. That was fat that didn't end up in my body. Last night I roasted an inexpensive pork roast along with some whole carrots and created a delicious dinner. I highly recommend this product.

    4-0 out of 5 stars GEORGE FOREMAN GV5 CONTACT COOKER
    I REALLY LIKE AND USE IT EVERY DAY. THE ONLY COMPLAINT THAT I HAVE IS THAT WHEN THE TIMER TIMES OUT IT DOES NOT SHUT OFF, I BOUGHT A DIGITAL HEAVY DUTY TIMER FROM HOME DEPOT AND NOW THE OVEN SHUTS OFF AFTER A PRESET TIME INTERVAL. IF YOU DON'T KEEP AN EYE ON THE COOKER IT WILL ALLOW THE FOOD TO OVER COOK. MY REMEDY TO THE PROBLEM COST TWENTY DOLLARS...NOW I LOVE THE COOKER.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Easy and Fun to Use
    What I like about this Contact Cooker is that it's perfect for roasting chickens (less than 5 lbs), roasts, and whatever else you can fit in the cooker's cavity. It heats up in less than five minutes and is ready to go when you are.

    The cooker comes with a removable insert which I used most of the time so the meat can roast in it's own juices. It also makes it easier to collect the juice for gravy, just make sure to use pot holders.

    The only cons I have are:

    1. The insert tray handles stick out of the sides of the cooker. It gets hot and can burn you if you're not paying attention. Plus, an unknowing person may accidently try to pick up the cooker thinking their handles for the cooker itself. It can be a potentially very dangerous situation when the cooker is being used.

    2. You don't have a choice to the heat settings. Heck, it took me a while to find out what the cooker's heat setting was. It's a permanent 325. But, since you're cooking using all sides of the cooker, the temperature is quite practical for all meats.

    3. The cooking cavity is not as big as I would like it to be. It's fine for anything less than 5 lbs and not overly large. Great for family meals of 4 or less - but don't expect to fit a pork shoulder roast or Thanksgiving turkey. It also doesn't allow room for me to slip in a temperature probe very well.

    The Pros:

    1. Easy to clean. The teflon coating clean up really nice. The insert tray take a little more work to clean, but it's not too bad.

    2. Fast warm up. It's ready in less than 5 minutes.

    3. Doesn't radiate heat as much like your oven would. A big plus, especially in the summer time.

    4. Less mess overall. I use less pots and pans. What a relief.

    5. Just about foolproof if you follow directions. Even though I like using temperature probes to keep tabs on my food, it really isn't necessary to do so.

    This is a really nice cooker to have. Lots of pluses to having it, especially when you start using it. You'll discover the benefits yourself.

    5-0 out of 5 stars George Foreman Contact Cooker
    I love this cooker. For a family of 2 or 3 this is great. Just the right size. It easily cooks a 5# chicken. I put a pork roast in the roasting pan and it came out so tender and juicy. Fixed wings first by putting in the bottom part and getting rid of some of the grease then put them in the roasting pan, then added barbeque sauce. Great. Would recommend this to anyone. Especially someone watching not to eat alot of grease. ... Read more


    8. George Foreman GRV660 8-in-1 Toaster Oven/Broiler/Rotisserie
    list price: $99.99
    our price: $79.99
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    Asin: B0002YE6KE
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Salton
    Sales Rank: 2531
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    Features

    • accommodates 9" bake/pie pans
    • 8 in 1 unit, bake, roast, broil, grill, griddle, bun warmer, rosisserie, roast and toast
    • accessories include: 2 reversable racks, rotisserie spit and holder, baking pan w/broiler insert, rack handle, 2 cookie sheets
    • quick clean interior
    • 30 minute timer w/auto shut off and signal bell

    9. George Foreman GF20G Combo Grill/Griddle, Silver
    list price: $69.99
    our price: $59.99
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    Asin: B0001R05OI
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 911
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    Amazon.com Review

    Grilling is one of the easiest ways to eat healthier; fats and oils drain away from foods, and flavor is concentrated by the high heat. The George Foreman G2 is a freestanding, countertop combo grill and griddle that offers year-round, indoor grilling. Not only is the G2 great for grilling burgers, chops, and sausages, but it can also make crisp grilled cheese or panini-style sandwiches. The flat griddle accommodates eggs, bacon, pancakes, or hash browns--an ideal brunch station. Both griddle and grill are nonstick, which means even less fat is needed. And the G2 is nice-looking, too, with a silvertone metal grill lid, steel grill handle, and sturdy black accents.

    The powerful 1500-watt heating element can heat the spacious grill and griddle to sizzling for frying bacon or searing meats, or it can be turned down to a low keep-warm setting. The variable temperature knob--marked for minimum, medium, and maximum temperatures--easily adjusts to any temperature at or between those settings. The grill surface is tilted very slightly down toward the front; the removable drip tray fits under the front grill edge to catch any excess fat that drains away during cooking. An accompanying heat-resistant spatula is safe for use with the nonstick surfaces; use only soft utensils such as nylon or wood. Safety features include a stay-cool grill lid handle and nonskid rubber feet.

    The accompanying spatula, cleaning tool, and removable drip tray are dishwasher safe. Let grill and griddle cool completely before cleaning. To preserve the nonstick coating, do not use steel wool or other scouring pads on grill and griddle, and avoid abrasive cleansers. Use soft-bristled cleaning brushes to help clean between the grill ribs; the enclosed cleaning tool is also designed to fit between the ribs for loosening food buildup. The G2 grill and griddle is not immersible. The George Forman G2 grill and griddle measures 27 by 16 by 6 inches, with a 100-square-inch nonstick grill surface and a 115-square-inch griddle surface. Salton offers a one-year limited warranty against defects in materials or workmanship. --Garland Withers ... Read more

    Features

    • Measures 27 by 16 by 6 inches; one-year warranty
    • Electric silver-and-black countertop nonstick grill and griddle combination
    • Easy-to-clean nonstick surface; nonskid rubber feet; stay-cool grill handle grip
    • 1500-watt output with variable temperature control
    • Removable grease tray; heat-resistant spatula and cleaning tool

    10. George Foreman GR82B George Jr. Rotisserie
    list price: $119.99
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    Asin: B00005B6Z3
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 20917
    Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Big enough to hold a 10-pound turkey, two chickens, six kebabs, six beefor fish steaks, or a family-size portion of french fries, yet compact enough tofit on any kitchen counter, this rotisserie brings the advantages of rotationalcooking into the home. The 1,100-watt appliance measures just 18 inches wide,12-1/2 inches high, and 12-1/2 inches deep, and its spits are 9-1/4 incheslong.

    The spits are one of four cooking methods provided by the rotisserie. There's around basket for roasting vegetables and "dry-frying" potatoes (fresh or frozen)in the low-fat method for which George Foreman appliances are famous. A flatbasket measuring 8-1/4 inches long, 7-1/2 inches wide, and 2-1/2 inches deepadjusts to hold foods like fish, steaks, and vegetables flat for grilling asthey rotate. Finally, six skewers fit into the rotisserie for kebabs and porkribs. Other features include a lift-up cover with a window, a three-hour timer,and a pullout drip tray. The rotisserie has a metal-and-plastic exterior and ametal interior for easy cleaning. It carries a one-year warranty against defectsand comes with a cooking time chart and recipes. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Compact size: 18 inches wide, 12-1/2 inches high, 12-1/2 inches deep
    • 9-1/4-inch rotisserie spits hold 10-pound turkey, 2 chickens, roasts
    • 8-1/4-by-7-1/2-by-2-1/2-inch flat basket for grilling fish, steaks, vegetables
    • Round basket for roasting vegetables, "dry-frying" potatoes
    • 6 skewers for kabobs, ribs; cook-time chart, recipes included

    Reviews (42)

    5-0 out of 5 stars George is Still My Man!!!
    I read all the reviews and did my research before purchasing a rotisserie and decided on my old friend, George. I've had other George Foreman products for years and they haven't let me down yet, so I thought I'd give the George Jr. Rotisserie a try. And I was definitely NOT disappointed! And this comes with everything you need without having to purchase any additional accessories. I have made a chicken, using the deli recipe from the instruction booklet and it was awesome. The skin was crispy while the inside of the chicken was tasty, tender and moist. Rump roast? YUM! Once again, very crisp on the outside, very juicy on the inside. But my favorite was a pork loin roast. The best pork roast I have ever had....period.

    Previous reviewers had stated their problems with the back reflector being very difficult to clean and I do unfortunately agree with them. It will not come completely clean no matter what I do and I do wish it came with some heatproof and stainproof gloves, which would make taking food off the spit much safer. But those are the only complaints I have in regards to this product, as the good far outweighs the bad. The food tastes great and the inside of the oven and the spit rods are a breeze to clean. I especially like that the door is removable, which makes the cleaning that much easier. I'd recommend this machine to anyone. Definitely!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Makes food taste better with less work!
    The George Foreman Jr. Rotisserie is a good size for servimg 2-6.
    I have had mine since Christmas and love it, the other reviewers are right chicken is great, steaks are very good but you dont get the charcoal flavor. It is easy to use and clean (the heat sheild being the hardest to remove stains from). I would highly recommend this item but, also buy a Rotisserie cook book for recipes. I have The Ultimate Rotisserie Cookbook: 300 Mouthwatering Recipes for Making the Most of Your Rotisserie Oven by Diane Phillips. This is a great book i'm sure their are others.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Food Taste
    I do admit that foods taste 100% better, but to try to put on 2 chickens is virtually impossible (unless they are using baby chicks). The clean up is not so bad once you get the hang of it and Dawn does the trick, just let it soak for a bit. I was a bit disappointed that they didn't give "photo's/instructions" to demonstrate how to put prongs on the meat (ie chicken), but you learn to manipulate the meat w/lots of cooking string. Quality of product: Good. Taste of Foods w/this product: Excellent! Clean-up: Good, excellent when you let it soak in Dawn. Would I refer this to a friend: Yes. The only real neg I have to say is the way the chickens(and probably a turkey as well) fits inside. Don't think this 'Oval' shape does justice .. Maybe they need to re-think their design to make it easier for food to rotate, instead of having to re-adjust it from hitting the burner in the back and getting stuck. Other than that, I am satisified w/this product and the quality of food it produces for my family.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely horrendous!!
    I had been watching "set it and forget it" infomercials for some time, and unlike other infomercials, this was something I always wanted. I didn't know anyone who owned a rotisserie, but I always wanted a Showtime rotisserie. One day I found this George jr. in my gold box, so I read the reviews here and finally caved based on them.

    I got it and right away cooked some burgers. UGN! Never before had I cooked something in my kitchen that reminded me of the old elementary school cafeteria - it was dry and tasteless. And these were not "bad" burgers, they were Omaha Steak burgers, and they taste great on any grill. I figured, hey, maybe it was just burgers, but something else would be good. So I tried everything I could. Leg of lamb, a whole chicken, top sirloin steak, ribs, roasts, chops, chicken cutlets, hotdogs, kielbasas, fish and even some assorted vegetables. They all took longer to cook than in a standard oven, came out unevenly cooked and was the worst tasting food I have encountered in ages. There are some tools that I prefer for some items, but ANY of the foods I cooked would have been better cooked in a plain standard oven.

    Do yourself a favor and stick to an oven with a roasting pan. If you want perfection, buy an iron cast grill/skillet or an electric grill for "thinner items" like steaks, fish, burgers and sausages - although all of these can be broiled. Big items like roasts, leg of lambs and whole chicken/turkeys are best cooked in a roasting pan.

    Absolutely do NOT buy this product unless your taste buds are failing. On the bright side, if you do buy one of these, you will learn to appreciate your good ole' oven again.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant
    I couldn't be more happier.
    After reading reviews on various rotisseries I decided to go with George Junior. It enables me to cook larger joints of meat if I want.
    I cooked a joint of lamb to perfection. My friend who was not looking forward to lamb was so impressed she had seconds.
    I was a bit disappointed when I wanted to cook a rack of ribs with it. I followed instructions on how to attatch them but was unsuccessful. I had to cook them in the oven in the end.
    Cleaning is easy, although the door is a bit fiddly to get back on. I'm sure it'll get easier. It's still better than cleanning a regular oven, which I have now made redundant for cooking meat (with exceptions). A rotisserie was what I wanted and got and I wouldn't swap it for the world. ... Read more


    11. George Foreman GR62 Double Champion Indoor/Outdoor Electric Grill
    list price: $129.95
    our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005AH86
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 2755
    Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    With 200 square inches of grilling space, this version of the celebrated GeorgeForeman Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine grills 12 burgers or chicken breastsat once, perfect for entertaining. The 1500-watt appliance's appeal lies in its simplicity,convenience, and speed--not to mention its fat-fighting ability. Two grills cook burgers,steaks, chicken, sausage, fish, shrimp, and vegetables simultaneously from the top andbottom--indoors or outdoors. The resulting grill marks not only look appetizing but alsocontribute caramelized flavor. The bottom grill's deep channels collect fat, and the grill issloped so the fat runs off into a dishwasher-safe aluminum tray (two included) stationedunder the unit's front. A floating 2-inch-high hinge permits grilling of extra-thick steaks.One dial on the stay-cool handle controls temperature; the other is a 30-minute timer.

    Because the grills are nonstick, cleanup is a snap, requiring just a quick scrape with aplastic spatula (two included) and a quick wipe with a paper towel or a sponge. Overall,the grill measures 20-1/4 inches wide, 8 inches high, and 21-1/4 inches deep. It's made ofrugged black-and-gray cast aluminum and stands upright for compact storage. --FredBrack ... Read more

    Features

    • Overall measures 20-1/4 inches wide, 8 inches high, 21-1/2 inches deep
    • 200-square-inch electric indoor/outdoor grill cooks 12 burgers, chops at once
    • Top and bottom nonstick grills cook food in minutes without turning
    • Patented design permits fat to run off into drip tray
    • Variable temperature control, 30-minute timer

    Reviews (24)

    5-0 out of 5 stars George Foreman Double Champion Grill
    I cook everying on the grill (burgers, chicken, fish, pork chops, and steaks). It cooks fast and is very easy to clean. This is the grill to choose if you need to cook lots of food at once. I can cook 4-5 1 1/4 thick T-Bone steaks or 8 pork chops at one time without a problem.

    I have enjoying cooking on my grill and so will you.

    1-0 out of 5 stars I Hate This Model
    I have gone through four George Foreman grills, namely, the white jumbo GR36CB and threw them out when the teflon wore off and the white plastic body started turning ugly brown. So, this black and silver GR62SIL seemed like a nice, different change of pace. I purchased this for $99 at Linens 'N Things. What a huge mistake this model is.

    First, the good:

    Looks really nice and modern, large, easy to clean, and has 2 temperature dials: a thermostat and a timer...this is where it ends.

    Now, the bad:

    The worst thing is you have to pre-heat the unit using the timer set for 10 minutes. I can't tell you how many times I've set the timer, walked away for maybe 12 minutes, 15 minutes, and have come back to the grill to find it has now shut itself off and the grill is cool again. I have to start all over again pre-heating it. Gee, the old GR36 was a pleasure....it never shut itself off, just the light would go off to let you know it was ready for use.

    Second, this unit is supposed to be 1500W. Mine is stated on the bottom at 1400W, even worse. Don't put frozen meat on there as it cools the unit down, and it never sears the meat. Meat looks very unappetizing and a sickly gray color until it starts to lightly brown and by then the meat is overcooked and dry. This unit is just not hot enough. What were they thinking about when manufacturing this loser???

    Third: This is the second unit in three weeks. The first one just went back to Linen's 'N Things to be replaced. The first one had several issues, namely, it was poorly constructed. The lid was very wobbly and the little white rubber feet underneath kept popping out of place. I'd move the unit and the feet would fall out. Then I went to make dinner on the last uneventful night, and I attempted to pre-heat the unit. When I opened the lid, a teeny-weeny screw about a quarter inch long, flew out of the side of the unit. It was the screw the secured the right side of the top grill to the rest of the unit. My husband and I tried for nearly an hour to get the screw to go back in. There was no way to tighten it. Something was obviously wrong. How could such a miniscule screw hold the grill in place? Now the right side was hanging and we obviously were not eating dinner that night. We went to investigate why the screw would not catch only to discover the part that it screwed into located between the plates, was crushed. I ran back to exchange the defective unit. And to my surprise, LNT asked, "What happened? Did a screw fall out?"

    Is the new unit any better? Yes, so far, as far as its construction. Does it cook any better? Absolutely not. I'm hoping it dies an early death so I can throw it in the garbage. I can't say I'll never buy another Foreman grill, but I may have to go back to the simple styled GR36 jumbo one and live with the browning of the white body and the early demise of the teflon coating. They really need to improve it, but that unit cooked awesome.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Cant Beat It
    After reading the mixed reviews I decided to purchase this grill and try it myself. Its amazing it takes up a good chunk of counter space but it allows me to cook two pounds of chicked breasts at a time. Unlike some of the previous reviewers I haven't had any problems at all doing this all two bpounds done after preheating the grill for 10 minutes and cooking for 18 minutes. Cleanup was a breeze I just wiped the grill down whil it was still warm with a soapy sponge and then rinsed. Some have complained about not being able to clean marinades or spices of of the grill without scrubbing. I didn't have this problem but I also sprayed the grill after preheating with a PAM non stick spray made for indoor grills. This is one of the best buys I've made in a long time

    5-0 out of 5 stars Even better outdoors than indoors
    There are too many great things to say about this little device: It's affordable to anybody, even if you are a student stuck living at school. It's compact, you can store it anywhere--a closet, your car, your office, the kitchen cabinet. It's powerful--I have plugged it in and in just minutes began working on an entire three course meal for six people with only this unit to work with. It's easy to clean--this is one of the few products out there that is every bit as easy to clean as the commercials show it to be on TV. It's is economical, using very little electricity to do a just that would waste electricity in a conventional oven or even an older model microwave oven. It's versatile--I have cooked everything from thin pieces of tempeh strips to thick steaks and it cooks both to perfection. You never would have been able to convince me to buy anything on TV before (and most certainly not from a former boxing champion...) but since a friend both this grill for me I have thanked them time and again (and in turn bought the same gift for many a friend of my own).

    2-0 out of 5 stars Underpowered for size of the grill
    If you use this grill to its capacity, like 4-5 steaks or about 8 boneless chicken breasts, and you grill your meat right after you take it out of the refrigerator, this grill will not work for you. A grill full of meat cools this grill (even with 30 minutes of preheating) to the point of having your meat getting steamed instead of grilled. This grill has a hard time generating enough heat to brown or sear alot of meat at the same time.

    Grilling meat to half its capacity, the results are a little better with the meat browning a little bit. However you have to wonder why use such a large grill for a little bit of meat?

    Looking at the wattage, this is only a 1500 watt unit, which is the same as my toaster oven and probably most other smaller grills. The wattage must be limited because of household safety for most kitchen circuits. This is probably why this unit has a hard time to cook a lot of meat.

    My question to the manufacturer is why did you ever design a large unit if you are restricted to only 1500 watts?

    If you plan to buy this unit for your weekend parties, my advise is DON'T buy it. You will be very disappointed and embarrassed by its grilling quality.

    On the other hand, this unit is great for making bacon. The bacon is thin enough so it won't cool the grill as you fill it to capacity. However, this is a pricey bacon cooker. ... Read more


    12. George Foreman GR36CB Jumbo Size Plus Grill with Cookbook
    list price: $119.99
    our price: $74.11
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    Asin: B00005B6Z2
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 369
    Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Offering large nonstick cooking, this jumbo-size version of thecelebrated George Foreman Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machinegrills seven or eight burgers or chicken breasts at once. The electricappliance's appeal lies in its simplicity and countertopconvenience--not to mention its fat-fighting ability. The double-sided grill cooksburgers, steaks, chicken, sausage, fish, shrimp, and vegetables top andbottom in minutes. Grill marks not only look appetizing, theycontribute caramelized flavor. The bottom grill's deep grooves collectfat, and the grill is sloped so the fat runs off into a dishwasher-safeplastic tray (two included) stationed under the unit's front.

    Because the grill is nonstick, cleanup is a snap: a quick scrape with aplastic spatula (two included) and a quick wipe with a paper towel or asponge. Accompanying the grill is a 227-page cookbook containingrecipes for such lip-smacking dishes as Halibut with Avocado LemonCream, Dijon Flank Steak, New Orleans Pork Ribs, Stuffed Green ChileBurgers, and Garlic Stuffed Red Potatoes. The grill is clad in hard,gleaming, white plastic for a sleek appearance. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Patented grill design for healthy cooking
    • Large nonstick cooking surfaces for family-size meals
    • Grills burgers, steaks, chicken, sausage, fish, shrimp, and vegetables
    • Top and bottom grills cook foods in minutes
    • 227-page "lean mean fat-reducing grilling-machine" cookbook included

    Reviews (49)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Worthwhile investment!
    If you have a family of four (or less if they're big eaters!) this is the grill for you. So far, I've cooked chicken, hamburger, and steaks on it, all in less than 10 minutes. Although it comes with a handy cookbook, you'll be able to adapt many of your regular recipes for use with this grill, whether the recipes call for grilling, broiling, frying, or baking. The grill holds about 3 "whopper" sized burgers, 4 good-sized burgers, or 6 smaller ones. For chicken breasts, it can hold 4-6 (maybe more) depending on size.

    This particular model comes with 2 spatulas and 2 dip trays. Yes, the grill can be hard to clean if you don't wipe it off right away. The best way to clean it is to use the spatulas to scrape off the grill as soon as you remove your food. Then, as soon as you've eaten (and the grill has cooled a bit), wipe the grill down with warm, soapy paper towels. If you wait too long, the grease is hard to remove (be sure to wipe under the rim, too, for grease builds up there and might be hard to see). I haven't had any trouble with the teflon coating coming off, and I also find the spatulas easy to use (though they are a bit flimsy, but you can use any plastic utensil you want). The spatulas don't work as well scraping the grease from the very tip of the grill's bottom piece, as the grooves are deeper there than elsewhere. But for the job it does, the clean-up is worth it. This model is large, making it difficult to store in certain cabinets, but I use mine so often it just stays on the counter.

    I would definitely recommend a George Foreman grill of any kind. It delivers what it promises: healthier food, and fast! You'll find yourself using the oven a lot less.

    5-0 out of 5 stars HUGE grill for quick & tasty meals
    I bought the George Foreman grill as a joke for my husband (it DOES say "Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine" on it), but we used it every day for three weeks solid after it arrived. The reason? It's EASY, and the food turns out really tasty!

    This particular model is HUGE and will cook several portions of meat at a time -- it cooks from the top and bottom all at once to cut your cooking time down to mere minutes! The grill is tilted and comes with a trough so that all excess fat is drained away from your food. Pretty nifty! It's also fairly easy to clean up -- you just wipe down the grill and throw the trough in the dishwasher.

    We've used the grill for chicken breasts, Boca Burgers, regular burgers, pork chops, steaks, and even bacon strips (it's GREAT for avoiding a bunch of messy bacon grease). It cooks even frozen meat in a relatively short period of time, and it cooks it thoroughly. It's easy to throw something on the grill, sprinkle some seasonings on it (BAM!), and let it cook for a few minutes while you fix the rest of the meal. It is hard to overcook things, and it's fun to have grill-lines on your food.

    It took me awhile to believe the hype about the George Foreman Grills, but they are easy to use and deliver good results. In fact, this might be a good way to introduce your older children (12 and up) to rudimentary cooking. With this model, your teenager could be in charge of cooking a meal once or twice a week, and you could be fairly sure the results would be edible.

    The George Foreman grill is a great choice for people who don't have a lot of time to cook & clean, who aren't yet confident cooks or don't have a lot of cooking experience, or for anyone who wants an easy way to make a tasty meal!

    5-0 out of 5 stars AN EXCELLENT PRODUCT
    I bought the George Foreman jumbo grill in April, and it is by far the best grill I've ever used. A day rarely goes by when I'm not cooking something on it.

    The key aspect I must touch base on where the grill is concerned is how it literally drains the fat from your food. I was astounded by the amount of fat that came off 4 1/4 lb. hamburgers. I ultimately thought back about how much fat we consume per day without even knowing it. Meanwhile, the grill manages to retain the taste and juciness of the food you cook.

    The fact that you can cook frozen food is an added bonus as well, especially for someone like me who usually waits until the last minute to decide what to eat.

    I mainly use it when cooking chicken breasts. From the frozen state to fully-cooked takes approximately 10 minutes, and the result is incredible.

    I also found clean up to be a breeze. The plastic scrapers which come with the grill are practically useless. Your best bet is to use either a wet cloth or a wet paper towel to wipe down the grill WHILE it is still warm. It will be clean in no time.

    The grill is incredibly easy to use, and with the easy clean-up, you can simply wipe down the machine and be ready to use it again. I find this especially handy when cooking for a large group of people.

    So, if you're looking to cook low-fat food that is absolutely mouth watering, quick, and easy. You can't go wrong with this product. I recommend it to anyone.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Beware!!
    I bought one at a Walmart Store the first time it was used the teflon came off even before cleaning. I will never buy another one.....Sorry George

    1-0 out of 5 stars It's not a grill---It's a steamer!
    Yuck! Everything I cook on this thing tastes like I steamed it...flavorless, dried out, sometimes rubbery. It is NOT grilling. Waste of money....I gave mine away...I HATED it. ... Read more


    13. George Foreman GR59A Baby George Rotisserie
    list price: $79.99
    our price: $59.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000645E8
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 283
    Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Big enough to hold a 5-pound chicken, two Cornish hens, fourkebabs, or four beef or fish steaks, this "baby" version of the GeorgeForeman rotisserie brings the advantages of rotational cooking into thehome, yet measures just 17 inches wide, 11-1/2 inches high, and 12inches deep. The spit is just one of three cooking methods provided bythe rotisserie. There's a flat basket measuring 6-1/2 inches square and2-1/2 inches deep that hold foods like fish, steaks, and vegetablesflat for grilling as they rotate, and four 8-inch skewers that fit intothe rotisserie for kebabs and pork ribs. Other features include alift-up cover with a window, a three-hour timer, and a pull-out driptray. The rotisserie has a metal and plastic exterior and a metalinterior for easy cleaning, and it secures firmly to a countertop withsuction-cup feet. It carries a one-year warranty against defects andcomes with a cooking-time chart and recipes. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Includes: flat basket and four kabab skewers
    • Meats self baste In their own juices
    • Roasts up to a 5 lb chicken
    • 3hour countdown timer with bell and auto shut off
    • Handle tool for easy removal of hot food

    Reviews (39)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The George Foreman baby rotisserie is;
    simply one of the best products I have purchased in a long time. This is the perfect size when cooking for 2 and it makes food taste great! The recipes included have some fabulous ideas. I think this cooks chicken better than any store bought rotisseried chicken anywhere and its great for LOW FAT cooking! I may have to buy another to have on hand , I use this one almost daily, its easy to clean, easy to use and even looks pretty!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Grocery-store rotisserie chicken at home, your way
    This is a nice compact rotisserie, carrying that Foreman name and cachet, meaning good low-fat grilling or roasting. A rotisserie has an advantage over ovens and contact grills in that it uses radiant heat to evenly roast your food. The results are juicy and tender, with that wonderful crust that only air and radiant heat can produce. But is the Baby George all it's advertised to be?

    Yes and no is the ambivalent answer. The Baby George is advertised to hold a five-pound roast or bird, and this is really NOT true, in my experience. Unless your five pound roast is very compact and not terribly WIDE, it will strike the front of the oven cover as it turns on the spit. That prevents the motor from turning the roast, and since the heating element (a simple exposed coil in back) is only on the back side, your roast can't cook properly.

    For under five pound roasts, the rotisserie works well. To roast a pork roast or chicken, you use the spit. The spit is in two parts: a spike and plate on which you place the meat, and a top plate with a wing nut to hold the plate onto the spike. This unit is then placed into the roaster and it meshes with the cogs of the motor on the side. The lid is closed and you turn on the timer. There is no choice of temperature: the glowing element heats to about 325 degrees F and the meat rolls past it, roasting a 4 pound boneless pork roast in about 75 minutes.

    There is a basket for roasting flat or odd shaped foods, and this unit is surprisingly useful. You can do fish like salmon, but I use it for chicken parts (leg and thigh) or for small boneless roasts that are too small for the spit. You open the metal basket, place the food inside, and close the basket top through the basket wires--rather like closing the door on a bird cage(!), pressing it down to hold the food in firmly (it will SHRINK on cooking, remember.) If you have trouble spitting a roast, remember the basket is a good option to get the same result. The basket fits into the roaster the same way as the spit--it meshes onto the cogs of the motor and flips around and around. Since it is a defined size, as long as the food can be held inside the basket, it will fit into the roaster and cook evenly.

    I have not tried the shish-kabob brochettes. They are wire skewers that fit onto the outside of the spit unit, into slots that hold the skewers across the end plates. It looks flimsy to me, and I am not a fan of shish-kabob--if I were making skewered food, I'd do it on the outside grill.

    The spit unit is dangerous to unload when the food is cooked. It is hot as can be, and you have to manipulate that wing nut off with a hot pad while holding the spit on a heat-proof and slip-proof surface. A clean damp dishtowel over a cutting board is what I use. The spit unit is lifted out of the rotisserie with a metal lifting holder, and you should have the rotisserie near where the meat will end up, because you are going to be carrying that metal holder with the spit unit and meat on it, dripping hot juices, over to where it ends up for carving.

    The spit is also SHARP and if you press down the meat to load it, have your hand well away from the top of the spike so as not to jab yourself. There are two side spikes that line up at 90 degrees from each other on each plate, holding the meat on the center spike and then with the four surrounding smaller spikes. These can jab you, too. Putting the meat on takes some care.

    The cleanup is not too bad: drip tray beneath is metal, cleans out easily with a bit of soaking. Behind the element inside the rotisserie you can pull out a metal reflecting plate. This plate gets spattered with meat juice or food juices and needs cleaning and soaking. Eventually it spots up, like a broiler pan, with tiny burnt-on bits that won't come off. If you like everything completely spotless, this may annoy you. The lid lifts off the unit by lining up some arrows. That allows you to take the lid to the sink and clean the clear window inside and out. The re-assembly is easy enough; push the metal reflecting sheet behind the element and seat it properly. Wipe out the rest of the inside, put the lid back on, replace the drip tray.

    We got our unit on sale, and I do like it for roast chicken and roast pork. I liked it less for roast beef. Small pieces of fish and meat cooked well in the basket. If you need big roasts, the bigger unit is advisable. I don't mind the cleanup. My biggest problem is with the spit--not all the foods want to stay on it, and removing it from the roaster is a bit difficult.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Decent if you're single
    The unit works as advertised and the food comes out delicious. Unfortunately even though it's the "baby" size I still find it at times to be impractible even when making small individual meals. There was many times I had to trim the portions just so it would fit into the rotisserie.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This Baby George was so great that I just ordered George jr.
    Awesome!! My wife said what did you get that for you can't cook.
    Boy was she wrong. (I hope she does not read this) Everything I have made in this has come out great. Forget the chicken though although it is great. What you should cook is pork roasts of any kind they always come out perfect. I just ordered the jr version today and can't wait to cook bigger roasts. The only negative is the reflector in the back of the oven it never comes 100% clean, but who cares its the food that counts. If you do not have one of these buy it now!!! Thanks for reading.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Tired of chicken? Try a boneless leg of lamb.
    Everyone raves about chicken from the Baby George Rotisserie, but let me say that it makes the best roasted leg of lamb you can imagine. The boneless version has many creases, folds, and pockets in the meat and comes already bundled in a mesh bag that holds it together. You can poke garlic cloves, rosemary sprigs, jalapeno peppers or whatever through the mesh bag and tuck deep into the folds and pockets in the roast. Then you skewer the entire roast, mesh and all, and pop it in the grill. What you get is a moist, mouthwatering, and flavorful roast that is as good as it gets. ... Read more


    14. George Foreman GGR88DK Double Knockout Grill
    list price: $149.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006WNO1
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 7946
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • UL approved
    • Floating hinges respond to variations in food thickness
    • Unique top-and-bottom grill contact cooks quickly and evenly, with patented channels to carry runoff grease and fat into a separate drip tray (included)
    • Also comes with a special spatula with teeth that fit grill channels
    • Timers adjustable to 30 minutes, with automatic shutoff

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars A must have for any student/bachelor...
    There are too many great things to say about this little device: It's affordable to anybody, even if you are a student stuck living at school. It's compact, you can store it anywhere--a closet, your car, your office, the kitchen cabinet. It's powerful--I have plugged it in and in just minutes began working on an entire three course meal for six people with only this unit to work with. It's easy to clean--this is one of the few products out there that is every bit as easy to clean as the commercials show it to be on TV. It's is economical, using very little electricity to do a just that would waste electricity in a conventional oven or even an older model microwave oven. It's versatile--I have cooked everything from thin pieces of tempeh strips to thick steaks and it cooks both to perfection. You never would have been able to convince me to buy anything on TV before (and most certainly not from a former boxing champion...) but since a friend both this grill for me I have thanked them time and again (and in turn bought the same gift for many a friend of my own).

    2-0 out of 5 stars Good product comes up short
    An otherwise good product that has an
    apparent quality/engineering flaw.
    The timers for this product are useless.
    I have had two of these grills and the timers on each item
    failed on the VERY FIRST USE>
    the dials were not forced, just inferior quality.
    Of course, you are not supplied
    with a customer service number to call for repair.
    Thanks George! ... Read more


    15. George Foreman Indoor Grill with Timer - Extra Large Family Size GR26TMR
    list price: $49.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006B1H2
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Sales Rank: 108
    Average Customer Review: 4.41 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Nonstick cooking surface
    • Cooks both sides at once
    • Groove channel for fat and grease run-off
    • Wipes clean with damp sponge
    • 20-minute timer with preheat countdown

    Reviews (22)

    5-0 out of 5 stars No better grill out there for the price
    There are too many great things to say about this little device: It's affordable to anybody, even if you are a student stuck living at school. It's compact, you can store it anywhere--a closet, your car, your office, the kitchen cabinet. It's powerful--I have plugged it in and in just minutes began working on an entire three course meal for six people with only this unit to work with. It's easy to clean--this is one of the few products out there that is every bit as easy to clean as the commercials show it to be on TV. It's is economical, using very little electricity to do a just that would waste electricity in a conventional oven or even an older model microwave oven. It's versatile--I have cooked everything from thin pieces of tempeh strips to thick steaks and it cooks both to perfection. You never would have been able to convince me to buy anything on TV before (and most certainly not from a former boxing champion...) but since a friend both this grill for me I have thanked them time and again (and in turn bought the same gift for many a friend of my own).

    4-0 out of 5 stars George Foreman
    I think the George Formann grill is easy to clean! If you clean it as soon as you're finished cooking, the grease and everything just slides right off. It also makes things taste great! I thought that things would be dry, but the food tastes great. I use it for chicken, portabello mushrooms, filets, etc. I enjoy everything we make on the Foreman grill.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Ok, but doesn't hold up
    Got this to replace a smaller George Foreman grill that the teflon wore off of. After barely more than a month of use, I had the screws pop off that hold the lid on and the plastic was damaged where the screws go. The plates no longer make contact correctly and the lid is dangerous to use as it is hanging by only an electrical wire. Teflon is also coming off this model as well. I love the concept of these grills as they make cooking so quick and easy, but next time I think I'll try a different brand. The Salton/George Foreman models just don't seem to be very well made.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Almost started fire
    We loved our George Forman grill and used it often. Last night, we turned it on, and it sparked & popped and almost started a fire in our kitchen. We'd always been really careful cleaning it. It was sparking from the innards - not the grill part where you put the meat. I'm afraid to get another one because of the risk. Wondering if this has happened to anyone else?

    4-0 out of 5 stars LOVE IT!
    This is the best wedding gift EVER. I use it almost every night, for chicken breast, or Boca Sausages... It makes my veggie dogs so nice, and crisp that even my meat lover husband is happy. My only problem with it is that the teflon is scratched off in 2 places, and it has only been 2 months. I used only the scraper they gave me but still.. Oh well. It is still my fav kitchen gadget. ... Read more


    16. George Foreman GR36BWC Jumbo Size Plus Grill, Silver with Double Bonus
    list price: $179.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001GZ9QS
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 29365
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    This George Foreman combo pack covers multiple kitchen tasks. It all starts with the Jumbo Size Plus Grill. Offering 133 square inches of cooking surface, along with a bun warmer feature, this jumbo-size version of the celebrated George Foreman Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine can grill seven or eight burgers or chicken breasts at once. The electric appliance's appeal lies in its simplicity and countertop convenience--not to mention its fat-fighting ability. The double-sided grill cooks burgers, steaks, chicken, sausage, fish, shrimp, and vegetables top and bottom in minutes. Grill marks not only look appetizing, they contribute caramelized flavor. The bottom grill's deep grooves collect fat, and the grill is sloped so the fat runs off into a dishwasher-safe plastic tray (two included) stationed under the unit's front. Because the grill is nonstick, cleanup is a snap: a quick scrape with a plastic spatula (two included) and a quick wipe with a paper towel or a sponge.

    The grill is accompanied by two other handy kitchen appliances. First up is a snazzy toaster, which provides an extra-large slot that’s ideal for toasting bread, English muffins, or bagels of any size. The special toast-warming compartment keeps items warm if they’re not going to be eaten right away (very helpful if you’re toasting a large amount of bread or rolls), and the anti-jam mechanism ensures that nothing gets stuck. Seven browning levels provide a range of toasting options, while the slide out crumb tray makes crumb disposal a breeze. Adding even more convenience, there’s an extra-lift facility for easy removal of toasted items, and a cord wrap that makes storage a snap. This toaster measures 16-1/2 by 5 by 8 inches (length by width by height)

    The third member in this sparkling appliance trio is a lightweight and attractive pancake maker. Taking any hassle out of pancake cooking, this machine features non-stick grid plates (which equal easy clean-up), a cool-touch handle, and a practical dual on/off ready lights that lets you know when to pour the pancake dough. Since it makes four traditional pancakes at once, there’s no worry that anyone will be left behind at the breakfast table. The pancake maker measures 13-1/2 by 11-1/2 by 3-1/2 inches (length by width by height), and stands on its end for storing.--Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Pancake Maker with non-stick surface makes 4 pancakes at a time
    • George Forman combo features the jumbo-size grill, toaster, and pancake maker
    • Grill with 133-square-inch cooking surface, bun warmer, patented grill design, and non-stick plates
    • 2-slice, wide-slot toaster with defrost and cancel buttons; slide out crumb tray for easy cleanup
    • Toasts according to preference with 1 to 7 color-selector knob

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is a champ
    Love this combo! The grill is great; cleanup is a snap if you do this: place wet paper towels on the grill as soon as you unplug it, close grill and leave paper towels in place while the grill cools. A quick wipe with a dish cloth and it's done! The pancake maker is super. I have never been able to make good or pretty pancakes. With this appliance, I can. Pancakes are ready in 3-4 minutes. Haven't tried the toaster. The grill comes with two drip trays and two plastic scrapers. I haven't needed to use a scraper. I recommend this combo highly. A good deal too. (...) I am very pleased with my purchase. ... Read more


    17. George Foreman GR44TMR Double Knockout Grill
    list price: $119.99
    our price: $91.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006498W
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 4365
    Average Customer Review: 4.47 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Another variant of the celebrated George Foreman Lean MeanFat-Reducing Grilling Machine, this big grill has a divided top with independent electronic timers for each half so the grill can properly cook two different foods at once. This means half can grill, say, steak and the other vegetables, with timing adjusted so both finish simultaneously. The oval grilling surfaces (top and bottom) measure 16 inches wide and 8-1/2 inches deep. The appliance's appeal lies in its simplicity and countertop convenience--not to mention its fat-fighting ability. By grilling from top and bottom simultaneously, the 1,400-watt grill cuts cooking time to minutes. It also sears in grill marks, which not only look appetizing but also contribute caramelized flavor. The bottom grill's deep channels collect fat, and the grill is sloped so fat runs off into a dishwasher-safe plastic tray (two are included) stationed under the unit's front. Each half of the top has its own floating hinge, allowing the tops to rise and remain level, ensuring thick food cooks evenly.

    Because the grill is nonstick, cleanup is a snap: a quick scrape with a plastic spatula (two are included) and a wipe with a paper towel or a sponge. Overall, the grill measures 18 inches wide, 6 inches high, and 13-1/4 inches deep, has a cord-wrap underneath, and is clad in hard, gleaming, white plastic for a sleek appearance. The instruction booklet includes recipes. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Floating hinges raise separate grill tops to cook thick foods evenly
    • Divided grill top with independent timers for cooking two foods at once
    • Oval, 8-1/2-by-16-inch nonstick cooking surfaces for family-size meals
    • Top and bottom grills cook foods in minutes
    • Overall, measures 18 inches wide, 6 inches high, 13-1/4 inches deep

    Reviews (15)

    5-0 out of 5 stars great for different types of food able to cook together
    I've had this grill for a year. I use it anytime it is too cold to grill outside. It's great because you can cook different types and thicknesses of food at the same time or you can use only one side for small dinners. You can set each side with a different temperature and the top automatically adjusts to the thickness of the food. So thick meats on one side, vegies on the other. Turn off one side when done, food stays warm and you can continue cooking on the other side. To clean easily, I place a damp paper towel in the grill when I turn it off so the residue gets soft and I can wipe it when I'm ready. Really a great product.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for students
    I recently purchased this grill and love it. Thus far I cooked steaks, chicken breasts and chicken burgers in this grill and found that all came out superbly. In fact, the jerk chicken breast I made exceeded any I have made on a propane BBQ. The digital temperature gauges with the accompanying beep make pre-heating simple. Food cooks quickly and to date all have come out juicy.

    Its simplicity to clean and quick cooking make it great for students and others who don't wish to spend more time in the kitchen than necessary but nevertheless enjoy good food.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works for me, and I love it!
    After working 12 hours a day, it's nice to know that I can have dinner on the table in 10 minutes. 5 minutes to warm it up and prep veggies or a side dish, and 5 minutes to cook dinner. Gotta love it.
    Clean up isn't bad if you do it while it's still warm. I use a lot of water on a wad of paper towels and for the most part it's quite easy to clean. Only some of my marinades seem to make it harder to clean.
    I've been using my grill for about a year and it still looks and works like new. I say buy it, you'll love it.
    As for the two sides, it works great for me because I can cook my meat for 4 minutes and the hubby likes his cooked a little more, so we both get our meat cooked to our liking.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Teflon flaking off
    The Teflon surface is flaking off so bad that I will have to buy a new grill or buy another brand. Has Salton been hearing of these complaints? Is there an address to send the complaint to? I bought it at Sears and without my receipt will not be able to return the grill.

    5-0 out of 5 stars WOW! What a knockout grill!
    I am very happy with the Double Knockout Grill. We've used it a couple of times, and so far, it has proven itself worthy of a 5 star rating. I am getting used to cooking times, the times listed in the instruction booklet seem to be a little too long, unless you really like your meat extra well done. Clean up is a snap, using the wet paper towel method, as suggested by other reviewers. (Yes, I did research this product pretty extensively before making a decision and purchasing.)

    A great helper in the kitchen for a mom with an active toddler!
    Quick and easy, equals great meals for hubby! ... Read more


    18. George Foreman GR19BWBC Contemporary Design Grill with Bun Warmer, Black
    list price: $49.99
    our price: $39.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00022Z3OE
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 2332
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    Features

    • Measures 13-1/4 by 13 by 7-1/4 inches
    • 800-watt electronic grill with 64-square-inch non-stick cooking surface
    • Built-in bun warmer with transparent lid and one-touch release
    • Double grill plates; patented, sloped design; 1-inch floating hinge for even heating
    • Includes drip tray to catch run-off fat, specially designed spatula, and recipes

    19. George Foreman GR18SBTMR Super Champ Grill
    list price: $59.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000U0X2U
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 340
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Includes drip tray to catch fat, specially designed spatula, and recipes
    • 760-watt grill with over 50 square inches of cooking surface
    • 20-minute timer with automatic beep when food is ready
    • Distinctive grill design channels fat away from food
    • Grills three burgers, vegetables, fish, and more in minutes

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Exceptional appliance~
    This is the best new appliance I've had in my kitchen in many years........I reluctantly tried it because everyone else had it.....and now I wouldn't part with it........I've cooked everything from potato pancakes to sea scallops to grilled tomatoes and frozen fish....From another model's review, I would recommend that after using the appliance....and unplugging it....the user put wet towelling on the grill and cleanup is a snap.
    Enjoy this product....It's kind to food....It's fast....and any cook will enjoy its versatility..........I certainly do.....

    5-0 out of 5 stars The George Foreman Grill you mother always wanted...
    There are too many great things to say about this little device: It's affordable to anybody, even if you are a student stuck living at school. It's compact, you can store it anywhere--a closet, your car, your office, the kitchen cabinet. It's powerful--I have plugged it in and in just minutes began working on an entire three course meal for six people with only this unit to work with. It's easy to clean--this is one of the few products out there that is every bit as easy to clean as the commercials show it to be on TV. It's is economical, using very little electricity to do a just that would waste electricity in a conventional oven or even an older model microwave oven. It's versatile--I have cooked everything from thin pieces of tempeh strips to thick steaks and it cooks both to perfection. You never would have been able to convince me to buy anything on TV before (and most certainly not from a former boxing champion...) but since a friend both this grill for me I have thanked them time and again (and in turn bought the same gift for many a friend of my own). ... Read more


    20. George Foreman GGR64 Outdoor Grill Stand
    list price: $65.00
    our price: $37.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005AH87
    Catlog: Lawn & Patio
    Manufacturer: George Foreman
    Sales Rank: 221
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    Amazon.com Review

    Designed to hold the George Foreman Double Champion indoor/outdoorelectrical grill only, this stand rolls onto the patio or deck for convenientoutdoor cooking. With its two side trays raised, the stand measures 40 incheswide. The tray surfaces are 29-3/4 inches high, and measuring the width of themiddle legs, the stand is 29 inches wide. The stand folds easily and locks forcompact storage. Including the bottom trays, it's all metal, except for theplastic side trays (13 by 10-1/2 inches), a plastic holder for the grill's driptray, and the 5-1/2-inch plastic wheels that give the stand easy mobility.Assembly takes about 15 minutes with the included hardware and step-by-stepinstructions. --Fred Brack ... Read more

    Features

    • Compact for easy mobility
    • Stand specially designed for the GGR62
    • Stand folds up for easy storage
    • Use indoors or outdoors
    • Easy to assemble

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