deals7 serving removable plate grill for $36.99…

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The dishwasher-safe removable plates are key. It might make it heat up a tiny bit slower, but when it comes time to clean the thing it's essential. I wouldn't ever buy a contact grill without them.

7 servings seems a little overly optimistic though. The thing is only 100 square inches. A sheet of notebook paper is 93.5 square inches.

Overall, not bad for the price as long as you aren't comparing to black friday deals, etc.

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Ordered for my GF for v-day...she mentioned she wanted one, I told her I'd let her know when I see them. Surprise!

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Add code RPGRILLS to take off another 15%... should come to $31. With tax (about 3.80) and shipping ($12) I'm getting a total of $47. Wonder if that is still a good price?

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@tonyschiller: Hmmmmm, appliance for Valentines Day? Not the best choice. Personally, I wouldn't be pissed, but plenty of my friends sure would.

My GF grill sat in the basement for years, until dd wanted a panini one day. We gave it a shot, and it really makes great panini's.

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kmartind is absolutely right about the removable plates being essential for these grills! I bought one of these a little over a year ago from DailySteals. It arrived with one of the hinges snapped and I could not get DailySteals to take back the item. However, even with the broken hinge, the convenience of cleaning it was SIGNIFICANTLY better than the old fixed-plate version that I previously used. And now that there's a great deal running on this large grill, I'm in for 1 to replace my broken one!

@theyoz: Thanks!
Considering retail on this grill is $90, that RPGRILLS code brings the grill down to about half price after shipping (46.36 total). I'm calling that a good price.

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@theyoz: Thanks for the code! I ordered two for $74.83 total. $31.44 each plus $11.95 shipping. It averages out to $37.42 each shipped to my front door. I'd say that is a good price :)

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Ok you guys talked me into it haha... you are welcome for the code :)

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I love this grill. We buy the big bags of frozen chicken breasts. Throw those on this grill (still frozen) and I have cooked chicken (without having to dethaw) in 10 mins or less with minimal cleanup due to the removal plates. Great for salads.

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Considering how much my wife loves cooking on the GF, and how much I hate cleaning our current non-removable plate GF, this is an autobuy for me. Thanks for the deal and the code!

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Me too....I have used a GF for years...this year I went whole hog and ordered the Evolve Grill and ALL the plates including the Waffle plate...which is awesome. Which I paid over $100 for!

For you Vegetarians....this thing is great for grilled veggies too. Chop some cabbage, onions, carrots, zuchinni maybe a little corn or what ever you have on this thing...season to taste...serve over brown rice..YUM. Also awesome on grilled asparagus....the ONLY way I cook it.

As the previous poster said....you can throw a frozen chicken breast (or a rib eye) on this thing and it comes out tender as can be!

I even have the omelet and muffin and deep dish pans....makes a great little omelet I must say...I use this appliance on a daily basis.....Buy this item for this price you won't be sorry.

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Is it good for steaks? Please reply...as the only interest for me to buy this is for grilling steaks

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@wootagonist: You may get mixed reviews for such a question. Clearly there is something that cannot be matched with outdoor gas/charcoal grills. However, I can tell you this... A GF grill this is absolutely the best way to cook a steak that is not on an actual charcoal/gas grill.

So lets put it this way: IMO, If you are cooking indoors, and you don't have a gas grill built into your kitchen counter-tops, this is as good as it will get for your steaks.

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@wootagonist: I agree with @criticalcritic, for the most part. If you don't have an outdoor grill available, or weather prevents its use, the GF grill will quickly cook a steak but doesn't really char the outside. In my opinion, an oven or toaster oven broiler will do a better steak, but that will cost you more electricity and time.

Can't beat it for vegetables, boneless chicken or pork chops, though...

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@wootagonist: I cook steaks on mine all the time....it makes a great steak even if frozen. Also....to simulate a charcoal grill you could by "Liquid Smoke" at your grocery store.

But I find this works great for a nice Med Rare steak for my taste!