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George Foreman's Panini Grill has a unique design with three different cooking formats.

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Pros

grease is able to drip off well so that food isn't too greasy

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cooks food fairly quickly, doesn't take very long

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stainless steel looks high-end and clean

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grills are removable, easy to clean out

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Cons

grill is a fair bit smaller than other George Foreman grills

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no flat grilling plates available for griddle-style cooking

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plates don't get as hot as most panini grills

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 George Foreman's Panini Grill has a unique design with three different cooking formats. It can be used as a regular Foreman grill, a panini press, and also a griddle using interchangeable flat plates. The top press region can fold over to create another flat griddle surface. The slope of each surface is adjustable to accomodate the different cooking styles. This model has a large floating hinge for thicker cuts of meat or sandwiches. The front knob allows manual temperature control. The drip tray saves space because it is tucked underneath the main body. The Panini Grill has a larger surface area than Foreman's other midrange grills. All the removable parts are safe for dishwasher cleaning.

Features
  • 85 square inch cooking plate
  • 3-in-one panini press, grill and fold-out griddle
  • Includes interchangeable griddle/grill plates
  • Non-stick grill coating
  • All removable parts dishwasher safe
  • Variable manual temperature control
  • Heat indicator light
  • Integrated drip tray
  • Adjustable slope 
  • Press handle
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