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George Foreman 360 Grill

The George Foreman 360 Grill has a 106-square-inch cooking surface and comes with five different grilling plates: two traditional ribbed plates, a deep dish pizza plate, and two quesadilla plates. The cooking surface can be flat or tilted, to allow food to cook in the juices or to let fat drain away into a built-in drip tray. The 1,500-watt grill has an adjustable temperature control and a floating hinge to accommodate thicker foods.

 
 
 

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