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5 Serving Classic Plate Grill

Enjoy great results on a variety of foods with a variable temperature control indoor contact grill. The 72 Sq. In. cooking surface fits 4-5 servings for family cooking, with a patented slope to help knock out the fat as you cook and a George Tough™ nonstick coating that lets you cook oil-free. The easy-to-use variable temperature control slide lets you set the temperature to best suit the food you want to cook. Embedded heating elements provide more even heat and faster temperature recovery than coils, while dishwasher-safe accessories help make cleanup a snap.
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Could have been a champion, KO'd by design flaw!

PostedDecember 7, 2012
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Sprocket451
from La Mesa, CA
Gender: Male
Gift Purchase: For myself
1st Purchase or Replacement: First-Time Purchase
Cook For Others: No
People Cooking For: 1-2
Yes this George Foreman grill works great as it should but clean up is a big mess. The grease does not all go in the grease tray as the metal lip is too short, the lip does not extent beyond the lower part of the body of grill. and the metal lip is very close the the edge of lower part of the body also. What does this mean??? It means alot of the grease follows the bottom of the body and drips all over the the kitchen counter. Then not only do you clean up the inside of the grill but then you have to turn the grill over and clean the bottom side too, as grease has run all over. Then you need to wash the counter down where the grill was sitting because the grease has dripped down from the underside body. BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD BOYS!! Here is a hint to help you: Either cut back the lower body of grill so its not close the the lip of grill or don't cheap out on the metal of the grill and make the lip of grill a little bit longer than the lower body of grill. Then the grease will not drip everywhere.
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