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While the family back home in Chicago has been enduring horrific winters, my grandfather and I have been living it up in Southwest Florida: waterside dining, trips to Tampa & Miami, and bike rides at night. And on those nights where we keep it low-key (Bulls game or what have you), we cook indoors. What do we use? A stove? Nope. You know how hot it is down here? To save on time and heat-generation, he pulls out his George Foreman grill. Yeah, he does. Steaks, pork chops, and hamburgers on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday (in the interest of full disclosure - Thursday is Lasagna and Friday begins the weekend tour of local seafood joints and waterside attractions).
We like the quick and easy approach of George Foreman Grill (when he remembers to put down the grease drip catcher), but I wonder how we'd diversify. It's not like the Big Boss Grill where you can swap out the grill plates to cook different things. Don't get us wrong: the George Foreman Grill is the pioneer, the reason grills like The Big Boss Grill is around, but with the Big Boss Grill (call it a GEN 2 GFG if you'd like), but we can cook up different things.
I could even use it for breakfast.
According toBigBossGrill.com, The George Foreman Grill comes with the following features & benefits:
- 2 Grill Plates
- 2 Griddle Plates
- 2 Waffle Plates
- 2 Sandwich Plates (M'mmmm...Monte Cristos!)
- 2 Doughnut Plates
- 2 Omelet Plates
- Non-stick surface plates
- Removable, dishwasher-safe plates
- Easy to clean
- On/off indicator
- Convenient storage rack keeps your plates organized
Order Process: We found a couple complaints that seemed to get some traction on ComplaintsBoard . The big one looked like the product hit backorder upon initial product push some time back.
Product Performance: We found a few complaints where the device stopped working after only a few uses. We found those on ComplaintsBoard as well. The other complaint sites didn't quite have the same outcry and the well-trafficked blogs didn't seem to have much in the way either.
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