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George Foreman's Tempt to Taste grill is a mid-range model and can cook between three and four servings at once.

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 George Foreman's Tempt to Taste grill is a mid-range model and can cook between three and four servings at once. Its main feature is that it had a floating hinge larger than most other Foreman models, allowing for thicker cuts of meat or more food in general. It has a slanted grill surface to drain fat, two non-stick coatings that make oil unnecessary, and a drip tray and spatula that can both be washed in a dishwasher. It also has a preheat indicator light, and overall its design is rectangular and unique-looking, compared to other Foreman models.

Features
  • 80 square inch cooking surface
  • For three or four servings
  • Slanted grill drains fat
  • Dishwasher-safe spatula
  • Dishwasher-safe drip tray
  • Preheat indicator light
  • 2-inch floating hinge allows various thicknesses of food
  • Double non-stick coating
  • Elements disperse heat evenly
  • Variable temperature control
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