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George Foreman Grills

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Nov 2017
11:04am, 5 Nov 2017
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fetcheveryone
I've got bun warming envy.
Nov 2017
11:04am, 5 Nov 2017
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fetcheveryone
Totp :-)
Nov 2017
1:18pm, 5 Nov 2017
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Hitch
Just using George now for bacon baguette.
30 Jan
8:07pm, 30 Jan 2021
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Dvorak
After three years of squashed food, and not using it all that much overall, I finally gave up and bought a different one from Lidl last year. It has about half the cooking area, heats up in exactly two minutes, is much lighter so food stays in its proper conformation, and is white (just for a change).

Probably used it as much in six months or so than I did the other in three years. In fact, I've just had me tea off it, a mushroom burger. Recommended grilling time 20-25 minutes: done in 10.

Sometimes, I even warm my bun in it moon
30 Jan
11:29pm, 30 Jan 2021
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MazH
Do you climb up on the bunker for that?
31 Jan
9:35pm, 31 Jan 2021
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Dvorak
I use a stepladder ;-)
31 Jan
9:52pm, 31 Jan 2021
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McGoohan
I came here to make some lame joke about George Formby and ukuleles but I see I already did that in 2017.
31 Jan
9:59pm, 31 Jan 2021
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Dvorak
Might as well, we've been reheating the bun-warmer stuff ;-)

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Maintained by Duffo
Any thoughts on George Foreman Grills ?

Many thanks

Duffo

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