As far as Survival Cooking goes, Electric Grills are maybe one of the less conventional and outdoor authentic product types that I support. But the fact is that they are useful, handy, and exciting products that can really cook up some excellent grub– and many have the versatility to perform in outdoor and indoors. This grill by George Foreman is no exception to that, and I don’t think that this sort of utility should be understated or undersold. It’s a fantastic feature, and the ability to grill indoors, should weather permit it to be necessary, is something that I am a big fan of.
This particular electric grill also has a few other features that make it a versatile, effective electric grill. It comes with a stand, which can add ½ of a foot of height to the grill, but it can also be perched upon a table or other surface, with or without that extra height. By removing the stand, the grill is quite a good indoor, countertop option.
The electric heat is easy to control, manage, and adjust. The design is not out-of-this-world stylish, but it certainly isn’t going to make you cringe, either, and the domed lid adds a classic sort of look to a modern take on an old cooking method.
The non-stick surface on the removable grill plate makes it easy to clean, and George Foreman’s specifically engineered system, a patented slope design for fat removal, doesn’t hurt in this regard either. The fact that this is easy to clean is a perfect complement to the low maintenance, user friendly experience that this electric grill generally brings to the table. The learning curve for figuring out how to cook on this grill is not a slow or difficult one at all, which is also something that this George Foreman brings to the table that I think will be appreciated by many.
At one time, I was quite skeptical about electric grills. It’s grills like this one that continue to remind me that they are a convenient option in certain situations. Sure, I still prefer the taste of something that’s been fired by charcoal, but when this isn’t an option, you can bet I’ll turn to an electric grill in certain situations. At less than $100, this is a pretty great electric grill that really delivers a whole lot of bang for your buck. For indoor grilling, especially, this is a fine product that I have no qualms with– in fact, I’ll even recommend this particular George Foreman grill.