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With powerful burners, 130°F simmer burner rating, and adjustable grate positioning for variable temperature cooking, these are two of the finest residential indoor charbroilers available. Heavy-duty, commercial stainless steel construction combined with several innovative features make either BlueStar indoor charbroiler an excellent addition to your favorite room. Both charbroilers offer perfect grilling, thanks to the intense, even heat, delivered by unique, stainless steel commercial U-burners. 30" model comes with two 15,000 BTU burners, while 15" indoor charbroiler has one. Push-to-turn burner controls, matte-porcelain cast iron easy clean grates, removable drip trays with steel roller bearings, wrap-around splash guard. BlueStar.
Posted May 25, 2009 12:18 PM
Equipped with Calphalon OPTI-HEAT system for premium heating performance and even heat distribution, this indoor grill delivers excellent grilling results each and every time. The nonstick bronze grill surface ensures excellent release and easy clean-up, while fats drain into the removable internal drip tray, making the indoor grill ideal for healthy, low-fat cooking. Adjustable grill height accommodates your favorite foods. Other key features of this indoor grill are separate cooking controls for time and 150°F to 450°F temperature range, heavy-weight, large cast dishwasher safe aluminum plates and stainless steel exterior. Price at Chefs is $150. Previously, convection oven from Calphalon.
Posted January 1, 2009 11:12 PM
Offering 106 square inches of cooking surface, the George Foreman 360 grill features 5 removable cooking plates for exceptional versatility. The 360 grill serves as a deep-dish pizza oven, a six-pocket quesadilla press, an omelet maker, or a pancake griddle - all you have to do is to switch the plates. Its patented, adjustable angled cooking surface allows you to cook steaks, chops, seafood, and burgers while leaving the fat behind. Thanks to the George Tough Triple non-stick coating, you enjoy quick low-fat cooking with effortless food release. This 1,500 watt grill also comes with the temperature control slide, temperature indicator light and embedded heat elements for consistent heat and rapid recovery time. The contemporary scratch-resistant grill comes in red, blue, white or black with an integrated handle for easy mobility and storage. George Foreman 360 grill sells for around $150.
Posted November 26, 2008 6:37 PM
With this portable PizzaDome you can stop arguing over pizza toppings. No need to order an expensive takeaway and tip the delivery man. Instead, your family and guests can enjoy an authentic stone oven taste right in your kitchen. The portable tabletop Italian style brick oven allows up to six people to create and bake their own personal pizzas, calzones, strombolis, appetisers and deserts. Made of the handmade natural clay and designed to cook without the use of hot oils and fumes, the PizzaDome retains and circulates the heat like an old fashioned brick oven. Equipped with six stainless steel spatulas and a dough cutter to cut dough to the perfect size, PizzaDome cooks delicious pizzas in just a few minutes, without the use of open flames. Simply place precut pizza dough on your spatula and sprinkle on your favorite toppings, then slide it into the PizzaDome to bake. Comes with a detailed cook book. Price for the portable tabletop Italian-style brick oven is $100. Previously, Trudeau indoor electric grill and Swissmar raclette grills.
Posted November 25, 2008 2:23 PM
The spherical Mona has a stainless steel burner inside the handmade ceramic rechaud and teflon coated plate allowing you to grill right at the table. No electrical outlets nor cables. Mona also stands on a revolving wood base acacia with perfectly matching porcelain dishes in order to carry tidbits such as sauces, pickles mushrooms and the likes. Comes with burner voor gel or alcohol and grill plate. Price is € 50.
Posted November 4, 2008 12:29 PM