I have used many George Foreman grills over the years. I have had every size and shape. My third Evolve grill stopped working this week; the power light is on, but nothing heats. With my first Evolve, I bought additional plates, plus I have all the plates that came with the following two grills. I love having the option of changing the cooking plates, but I wish the Evolve grill was longer lasting. I have to decide if changing plates is worth replacing the grill regularly, or find a creative use for many plates!
Normally I hate one trick wonder gadgets. But this does it so well, it is hard to hate. Unlike other clamp type grillers, the plates pop off to clean, and the drip tray snaps in so it stores with the unit. I make my own sausage and it grills them to perfection. No turning, no worries about the casing splitting or nor browning. Stores easily...if you like to grill brats, store bought or homemade, this is hard to beat. Only ding I give it is the closure snap is very tight. But I expect it to ease up after a few uses.
I have had George Foreman grills for years. I now have a GRP1001BPC. Recently the plates are sticking to the food and pulling it apart. Is there a way to reseason the ceramic plates?
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