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2005/07/27 20:28:29 (permalink)

George Foreman Grills

I have been through 2 Foreman Grill in a year!

anyone else been through a few?

i just bought a Pacific grill from asda hope this one lasts!

what is the best grill you have had?
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    Steve__B
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    RE: George Foreman Grills 2005/07/27 20:29:17 (permalink)
    I got one of those baby foremans and love it use it every day
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    RE: George Foreman Grills 2005/07/27 20:30:39 (permalink)
    had my foreman one about 2 years and no problems..

    best grill is the one on my cooker to do my steak and pork loin chops!
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    RE: George Foreman Grills 2005/07/27 20:31:15 (permalink)
    looks like i get all the foreman grill that fell of the back of the truck!
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    RE: George Foreman Grills 2005/07/27 20:42:32 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: GTi ADz

    had my foreman one about 2 years and no problems..




    Me to
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    RE: George Foreman Grills 2005/07/27 21:40:22 (permalink)
    no probs with mine either

    Reckon yours must have been made on a friday afternoon then....
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    RE: George Foreman Grills 2005/07/27 21:42:13 (permalink)
    no probs with the 5 i've had in the past 2 months.
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    RE: George Foreman Grills 2005/07/27 21:42:39 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: AndyR1

    no probs with mine either

    Reckon yours must have been made on a friday afternoon then....


    lol yeah!
    or
    it Is glasgow superior delivery quality that has added a few more gremlins!
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    RE: George Foreman Grills 2005/07/27 23:52:52 (permalink)
    Need a new one - totally battered mine with the amount of food cooked on it but it lasted a couple of years.
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    RE: George Foreman Grills 2005/07/28 01:33:46 (permalink)
    mine wears out after a few months

    BUT having said that it is by far the most used item in my kitchen, used and washed 3-4 times per day.

    if you're going through hell. keep going.
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    RE: George Foreman Grills 2005/07/28 09:19:07 (permalink)
    I'm still surprised by the amount of people who didn't know George Foreman was a boxer and thought he was a fat chef or summink LOL!!!

    The trick is, not to use soap and water and to wash it once a day, usually at the end of the day. Inbetween when using it when it heats up, you get the plastic spatula and scrape the crap off then cook. At the end of the day, get a damp kitchen roll and gently wipe it clean. Scrape as much crap off with the spatula first though. It will last ages then, I have got through two in two years.
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