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George Foreman Grills & Crockpots




I will be using mine a lot now that the weather (for those of us with winters) is forcing me inside. I make grilled vegetable paninis on the GF grill and they're delicious with a bowl of chicken soup which I make with left over chicken, noodles and vegetables in the crockpot. All done with little effort.

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Having a George Foreman grill and a crockpot is a great investment in time and nutrition.

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  • I also love our GF grill. And although I live in South Georgia and we don't get "real" winters, we get a lot of rain in December. When it is wet and somewhat cold, it is pretty nasty! Trust me, we don't want to be outside grilling in that kind of weather. It makes it too easy to get sick--at least for me and many others I know. At any rate, it makes us appreciate our Foreman grill. And I think it really does drain more fat out of food than regular grilling does. - by SNARDEESNIFF
  • I forgot about my GF grill. I will need to pull it out. I just love my crockpot. - by COOKWITHME65
  • I can't imagine a day without it. when I am cooking for just me my george is my best friend. I couldn't live with out it.. LOL makes life so much simplier crockpots for me a a summer thing so we don't heat up part of our house that doesn't have airconditioning in it.. Less time in the kitchen.. - by MARTHAR3
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    I love my forman grill - by MARYLQ11

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