George Foreman GGR50

George Foreman GGR50

George Foreman GGR50

The George Foreman GGR50 Indoor/Outdoor Grill works great. It heats up and cooks up quickly. I made steak fajitas last night which took 10-15 before prep work, also grilled tortillas which came out “perfect” with melted cheese.

The George Foreman G.G.R. 50 grill top does detach for easy cleaning with a drip pan that comes out so you can discard drippings and wash off. The dome top is thick and not some dinky thing.

George Foreman GGR50

George Foreman GGR50

George Foreman GGR50

The only thing I wished was different was the length of the cord, but that’s easily fixed with purchasing a heavy duty extension cord. I suggest getting the vegetable accessory holder — since the onions were a bit small to grab last night. For the price, efficiency/convenience, and taste — you can’t get any better! I’m even taking it camping with me!

Grill

I love it so much that I’m going to be buying another just so when we have bigger get-togethers I have more room to grill. One of my favorite things is to marinate chicken tenders and pineapple, the chicken cooks in no time at all and the grill marks on the warm pineapple looks and tastes great. It can get boiling for that nice sear.

We’ve tried corn, steaks, burgers, brats, kabobs, Italian sausages with peppers, etc., and they’ve all turned out perfect. I think it’s super easy to clean, and I hate the clean up part! The cord could be longer, but I just use a heavy duty connection on our porch. Works like a charm.

George Foreman GGR50

George Foreman GGR50

George Foreman GGR50

It came pre-assembled and what had to be was so easy! I think it cooks food better than gas grills and the electric grill we have. It is healthier as it drains all the grease right into the drip pan.

The drip pan and grill are easily cleaned and can even be put in the dishwasher so much easier than cleaning gas grills and electric grills. Will even use this all year around!

Cleanup is a breeze. I let this grill cool down to where it can do handled with bare hands, and then wipe off the worst of the grease, bbq, or whatever with a wet paper towel. Then I put it in the sink and hose it down with hot water.

George Foreman GGR50

George Foreman GGR50

George Foreman GGR50

A few swipes of a soft soapy sponge remove any remaining traces, and a hot final rinse takes care of the soap. This method preserves the non-stick surface, which different reviewers have accused.

The quality of the cooking is excellent. That is why I went ahead and purchased the 2nd one, just in case! It is still in the box, and I’m not sure how long it will stay there. It is a fantastic product and highly recommended.