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The George Foreman 18293 Heritage grill was launched in partnership with the Russell Hobbs Heritage range and allows you to have a complete set of matching appliances in your kitchen. Like all George Foreman grills, the Heritage grill lets you cook all your favourite food in a healthy way but in a fraction of the normal cooking time. By grilling from both the bottom and top simultaneously, food cooks over twice as fast, plus unwanted fat and grease is channelled away into the drip tray provided, for a much tastier and healthier bite. The size of the grill allows you to cook up to 5 portions of food making it the ideal grill if you are cooking for the whole family.
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Isn't George a vegan?
Good price I paid £30 for mine and that was cheap.
Paid £25 for the four portion, nice find.
I paid 20 quid for this in dec 2010, from a deal on here. The dam thing died on me on the weekend. Dunno might of got to greased up but this is the 2nd unit which has, the first one was a different model. Dunno if they built to last with constant usage.
This has been this price at T J Hughes for quite a few weeks now. I've been tempted a few times but never gone through with it. Not sure whether to wait for the ones with removable plates to go cheaper.
Can these be used to make paninis? Thanks
Can these be used to make paninis? Thanks
Can these be used to make paninis? Thanks
Sorry, android phone. Refreshing page causes. Repost
Can these be used to make paninis? Thanks

phillyboy 3 Likes #11
Can these be used to make paninis? Thanks
i wouldn't put my paninis in this. OUCH. oO
That repost thing is annoying ... I'm waiting dor a deal on the removable plates, had a family normal one and was a pain to clean.
heat added
xoddsockthiefx 1 Like #14
Wow, sub £30 for a PS3

No wait its a grill
OK this may sound sad but anyone have any suggestion for sites that deal with the GF grills, I have one but hardly used it looking for ideas on what to cook on it and how to use it to gain best use from it

I have this and don't really like it as it doesn't have a temp gauge and everything cooks the same, so tends to burn things like sausages and burgers. Great for Paninis and toasted sandwiches though!
Makes great toasted sandwiches so yes yes to the paninis question. Paid £30 for for mine so so hot from me. Wish I'd I'd bought one sooner. Cooks steaks and other meats really well. :)
Thanks lolisstupid
Can these be used to make paninis? Thanks

Yes it's great with paninis.

Edited By: alferone on Aug 06, 2012 23:04
Can these be used to make paninis? Thanks

Yes it's great with paninis.

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