The Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine, also known as the George Foreman Grill.
What’s the most annoying part of cooking your own food? The dishes! College students on a tight schedule want something quick and convenient to satisfy their hunger whenever they can fit it in.
Now I know, I know, a George Foreman Grill? You might think you stumbled upon an ad from the 1990’s, but you haven’t. The grill is an easy way to make some of the staples in everyone’s diet, be it junky, or healthy.
By simply adding non-stick aluminum foil to the grill’s burners, you will find that you can cook just about anything in only 10 minutes without the hassle of cleaning the grill afterwards.
Want to cook some chicken? Easy, put your seasoned chicken on the foil, check back in 10 minutes and voila, perfect, evenly cooked chicken.
The best part, just throw away the foil and you’re done cleaning, no dishes, none.
The same goes for veggies, rice and other cuts of meat.
This grill takes some of the most annoying parts out of cooking; monitoring the food while it cooks, flipping, long cooking times, and the cleaning.
Forget to unplug it? It automatically turns off after 30 minutes of non-use.
The standard two-sided grill will cost you around $40, according to www.amazon.com
So if you’re a college student, or even a busy adult, looking for a quick fix in the kitchen, then flashback to the 90’s and say hello to the George Foreman Grill.