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Old 05-18-2006, 10:39 AM   #16
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bohnzie is right on the money.cooking a steak on it,well,you end up eating what looks(and tastes)like someones old baseball glove
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Old 05-18-2006, 10:43 AM   #17
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I have a Weber BabyQ for everything. It's compact and works great.
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Old 05-18-2006, 11:28 AM   #18
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LOL.. we just donated 2 Foreman grills to GoodWill. The only thing we ever had luck cooking on them were hot dogs.

Other than than, inconsistent hot spots made cooking an exercise in futility. And as everyone else has said, they're a royal pain to clean. Glad to have tossed them!
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I'm a big fan of a good old fashioned hot iron. Set the steam on medium and you're good to go
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I like cake.
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Old 05-19-2006, 09:23 AM   #21
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Old 05-19-2006, 09:30 AM   #22
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Old 05-19-2006, 01:24 PM   #23
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We have one and have used it twice. WE tried large shrimp and tuna. I was sorry that I had wast good food. The shrimp was tough and the tuna was just bad. The only reason I used it was because it was raining about as hard as I've ever seen. I'll stick with my gas grill its just as quick if times an issue and if times not an issue I can take an all night grilling and drinking beer. I just can't get into standing around a forman grill drinking beer there's just something wrong with that. It does cook good sandwiches and burgers are not bad so I guess it has its usses.
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Old 05-22-2006, 01:54 PM   #24
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Get one with the removable plates, otherwise it's a huge pain to clean. With the removable plates you can just take them off, give them a wipe and toss them in the dishwasher.

I use mine more in the winter when I can't get outside to grill.
Reynolds Non-Stick Aluminum Foil.

You won't have to scrape ever again. In fact, just wipe it with a wet paper towel after cooking with a foil-lined grill and you're clean.

Don't forget to put the foil on the bottom AND lay a sheet on top of the food when you close it. Also, you need to make sure the corners route the drippings into the tray instead of on your counter, but I've been doing this for years and it works GREAT. It made me want to use my GF grill more since I didn't have to worry about the cleanup.

Yep, I love my GF grill. I've cooked about everything you can imagine on it.
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Old 05-22-2006, 01:57 PM   #25
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I've gotten good steaks from it. You just have to open it and add some more juices or marinating sauce to it while you're cooking it. Of course you'll get leather if you drain all of the juices out of the meat...it's all in the preparation.

I especially love grilled chicken from it. The grill is great for grilling chicken breast cubes or strips to add to fettuccini alfredo or some kind of pasta dish.

The chicken/cheese quesadillas come out great on the grill too.
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I've gotten good steaks from it. You just have to open it and add some more juices or marinating sauce to it while you're cooking it. Of course you'll get leather if you drain all of the juices out of the meat...it's all in the preparation.

I especially love grilled chicken from it. The grill is great for grilling chicken breast cubes or strips to add to fettuccini alfredo or some kind of pasta dish.

The chicken/cheese quesadillas come out great on the grill too.
Man Buster I hope your not throwing $10.00 a pound steaks on that thing. The chicken is not bad but a steak?
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Blasphemer!!

This is pie country.
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Man Buster I hope your not throwing $10.00 a pound steaks on that thing. The chicken is not bad but a steak?
No way....cheap meat.

Hey, if you marinate it right, any heat source will cook it fine.
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yeah, if it's a cheap steak, i'll marinate it in italian dressing, or one of the marinades from Lowry's and grill it on the Foreman. Anything else won't see anything but my charcoal grill.
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