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Countertop Grills?

Friday, February 21, 2014

In SP's cookbook, Meg mentions a Countertop Grill.

I'm thinking about getting one.

Any advice?

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UNICORN212 2/23/2014 10:18PM

    I have a table top grill (a ceramic box with an element inside and a grill on top - sometimes very messy), two George Foreman grills (one with removable griddles) and a grill pan (for the stove). I prefer the grill pan or my Georges. We used the grill pan for salmon today for the first time and it turned out well. But I still like the charcoal grill. We gave the gas grill away.

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LNSYLOU 2/23/2014 9:35AM

    I've had the small George Foreman grill & liked it. It doesn't hold much at a time. I tended to need a replacement, every so often. Either the non stick coating would wear off, or the thing would fall off my counter & break (yes, b/c after I cleaned it, I had it propped on its side....which tended to make it want to fall off the counter top. I presently have a flat electric grill (that I use strictly for pancakes & french toast. I've found that if I use it for cooking meats, then the non stick doesn't work as well anymore.....other things will tend to stick, later on.) I'm wondering if one of those cast iron pans (with the grilling lines at the bottom) might be a nice solution for meat cooking. Perhaps it would keep the meat raised up above the greases? My flat top grill does have a spot for the grease to drip off. It is a much more affordable item then the larger George Foreman slanted grills.

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SHAWFAN 2/22/2014 8:42AM

    I don't have one myself. Don't have the room. But out I had one, I'd get one with removable grills.

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SHERYLP461 2/22/2014 7:57AM

    I would love to have one myself, but will continue to use my outdoor gas grill.

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DJ4HEALTH 2/22/2014 1:13AM

    Never had one but agree that you might want the grill to be removable so you can clean it without the hassle.

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FROSTY99 2/21/2014 9:20PM

    I like one that has removable grates for easy cleaning-several brands have them. After grilling, I remove them and soak them for a few minutes (after they cool off) and usually they wipe right off. I had a model that did not remove and I hated to clean it!

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