George Foreman 13831 Baby Grill - £5 @ Sainsburys (Instore) - HotUKDeals
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Manufacturer's Description
In 1996 the first George Foreman Grill was launched and has gone on to sell over 100 million grills worldwide.
Its phenomenal success is down to its patented fat reducing design, ease of use, versatility and speed. By grilling from both the top and bottom grill plates simultaneously, food cooks up to three times faster, plus unwanted fat and grease is channelled away from foods into the drip tray provided, for a much tastier and healthier bite. This compact George Foreman 2 portion grill is ideal for your everyday cooking needs. Don't forget that it will cook any type of food even from frozen, including meat, fish, vegetables, paninis and toasted sandwiches.

Box Contains
1 x Grill
1 x Instruction booklet
1 x Spatula
1 x Drip tray

Probably instore only. And I bet there are 7 in the whole country. But I was pleased!
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great deal... Sainsburys seem to be doing a lot of deals at the moment...
Because frying your babies is really unhealthy.
Because frying your babies is really unhealthy.

Are you sure? Shuts them up.
could you kindly post the actual sainsbury product code , plan to look in the stratford branch tomorrow morn
Are you sure? Shuts them up.

LOL - excellent! The price ain't bad either - heat added
What size hard disc in this one and can it play PS2 games?
hmmm will pop by sainsbury tomoro hopefully will get it
Is this the new playstation? haha
The sight of unwanted fat and grease running into the drip tray is enough to put you off food for a while
Dear Mr Echo
What size hard disc in this one and can it play PS2 games?

I have the same question..
As far as I know it has the 80gb hdd and can play PS2 games if you download the sausage plugin :thumbsup:
This sounds amazinnnngg! How much smaller is the mini?
Great price - fab for toasties - going to see if i can get another one to keep in caravan!
you'll never fit a baby in there...
An Ethiopian baby would fit in easily :-D
I came into this thread expecting jokes and was not dissapointed. Thank you.
the sausage plugin :thumbsup:

f'nar f'nar
An Ethiopian baby would fit in easily :-D

thats not funny.:x
you'll never fit a baby in there...

A newborn would be okay once you've taken out the bones.
You only want the choice fillets anyway!
you'll never fit a baby in there...

Jeez! it doesn't say you can! clearly states "two portions", so that's two legs or two arms at a time.

Nice find...will check out my local on the slim chance..
Nice find, may have a look in my local one but I suspect they will have none left

For some reason I keep wanting to call them George Formby Grills... :whistling:
thats not funny.:x

Its hilarious
Could everyone stop making sick jokes about cooking babies because common sense would tell you that these grills are not to be used for that purpose.

The more intelligent folk out there would have come to the same conclusion that I have baby grills are meant to be used, by babies. Think about it. The rigmarole of measuring out the formula boiling the water mixing the drink pouring it into the bottle and ensuring that it is at the right temperature is far to complex for your average newborn. The simple act of breastfeeding can also be wrought with danger. I can't count the number of times I’ve had my face slapped for just uncovering a woman's breast let alone being given the opportunity to suck a mouthful of the warm, rich, creamy breast milk out. No, it is much easier for baby to just switch this grill on; grab a steak from the fridge; add salt and pepper to taste; open the grill and slap the meat in. Wait a few minutes (perhaps use this time to prepare a nice healthy salad) and Bob’s your uncle, delicious grilled steak much tastier than boring milk.

So no more of these idiotic misinterpretations of the post title please.
anybody spot te d this in newcastle?

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