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Old 09-23-2006, 06:14 PM   #1
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Looking good BFD!! I need to get me one of those stove top grills!!!
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Old 09-23-2006, 07:57 PM   #2
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Are the stove top grills smokie?
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Old 09-23-2006, 08:07 PM   #3
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I don't have a stove top grill but I do have an electric one. It doesn't get really smoky but you get a bit of the charring from the heat as well as the fat dripping down. I usually do very lean pork or boneless skinless chicken breasts on mine. Higher fat concentrations can make it smoke pretty bad!

The chicken looks great!
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I have one of the electric indoor one too. Have not used it in years. It added almost no flavor and was a mess to clean up after.
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MmmmMMMM! Needs some Rev Marvins tho.
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I have one of the electric indoor one too. Have not used it in years. It added almost no flavor and was a mess to clean up after.
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Mine is really easy to clean. Just spray it with a good cooking spray and it washes right off. I love using it. The flavor isn't anything like using the outdoor grill but in a pinch is good enough to eat. Lots of times I do add just a drop of liquid smoke to the marinade. I know lots of people don't like the flavor of liquid smoke but I've found if you just use a tiny amount and use other seasonings, all you get is a hint of smoke. I don't like a lot of it in anything.
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Mine is really easy to clean. Just spray it with a good cooking spray and it washes right off. I love using it.
Yeah George Foreman makes a great grill.

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Here's the one I have. http://www.amazon.com/Lodge-Logic-16-In ... ting-goods

I like it a lot. Clean up of the pan is fairly easy. The stove top gets pretty messy from splatering though. 409 and a paper towel takes care of that though.
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I've seen those in stores but never knew anyone who'd used one. I'd be interested in one of those. Mine has a white ceramic base with a silver looking tray(no clue what it's made of), that a curved electric burner fits into and the grate is like a checkerboard and you sit it on a lip in the ceramic base. The grate can be put one way for more direct cooking or flipped over for indirect. My parents gave it to me and I have no clue where they got it! It's several years old now and has seen quite a bit of use.

Scotty, we've had a Foreman! LOL I personally didn't care for it at all and it ended up coming apart at the hinges.
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