A quick way to clean up your grill is to get a clean dishrag or washcloth, wet and put it on the grill right after the food is done. The steam from the wet rag will help soften the hardened "bits" making it easier to clean up after your meal.
Make sure the rag is very wet, almost dripping with water. You can also use those white shop towels that Sam's Club or similar stores sell. They look like large washcloths and hold a lot of water.
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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.
Having a George Foreman grill and a crockpot is a great investment in time and nutrition.
I love grilled meats and fish and own a George Foreman grill, but I hate the clean-up involved after grilling or sauteing meats. While searching for something else, I came across the Rocket Grill. It is like a toaster, and you insert your fresh or frozen food into a parchment bag and put it into the slot.
After a couple of minutes, it is perfectly grilled, even without a marinade, has nice grill marks, and the best thing is that you toss out the parchment bag with the fat that has collected in the bottom, and there is NO CLEAN UP AT ALL!
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