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It can cook between four and eight servings at once and is therefore targeted at families.

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Pros

Great for apartment dwellers

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Distributes heat evenly

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Cons

Hard to clean

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Tends to burn the outside while keeping the inside of the meat undercooked

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The lid part of the grill cooks quicker than the bottom

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No temperature control

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 George Foreman's Grand Champ Extra Value Grill is a mid-range model and is relatively basic on the features end of things, though it has a comparatively large surface area for this price range. It can cook between four and eight servings at once and is therefore targeted at families. Its grill is fixed to the body and has two non-stick coatings, as well as an angled surface to allow fat to drain into an included drip tray. The drip tray and spatula (also included) are both safe for washing in a dishwasher. Its only other feature is a pre-heat indicator light and integrated lip handle. This model is intended for families on a budget. 

Features
  • Large 133 square-inch cooking surface
  • Can cook up to 8 servings
  • Double non-stick grill coating
  • Slanted grill drains fat
  • Dishwasher-safe drip tray
  • Dishwasher-safe spatula
  • Preheat indicator light
  • Elements distribute heat evenly
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ScottP
05/26/2011 04:28

Works well since my apartment building does not allow me to have a BBQ. Does not quite recreate the BBQ experience but it's still better than nothing.

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