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George Foreman grills will also be showcasing a variety of new products with upgraded features that include variable temperature control and adjustable hinges for dual cooking positions.
CAPTION(S): TOP PRIZES: A George Foreman grill, Russell Hobbs espresso maker and Heritage coffee machine STAR CHEF: Gino D'Acampo will be at the BBC Good Food Show
Winner: five first prizes of a Russell Hobbs espresso maker, a George Foreman grill and a pair of tickets to the Good Food Show, plus three runners-up prizes of the kettle, toaster and coffee machine package and pair of tickets to the Good Food Show.
I use the old shotgun method," says Foreman, 60, referring to his business ventures: a clothing line in Casual Male Big & Tall stores, eco-friendly cleaning products, and the George Foreman Grill which has sold more than 100 million units worldwide.
In fact, my wife spoke to me in a sharper tone the last time I tried to steam dry Y-fronts in the George Foreman grill.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] GRILLED JUMBO PRAWNS AND SCALLOPS WITH PAPAYA SALSA This recipe is easy to do indoors on a George Foreman grill or outdoors.
Setanta's public-relations people, realising that a channel has not really arrived until this column has made sarcastic remarks about its presenters' pullovers, sent me at least two set-top boxes to try and fix it, but they are now sitting under the stairs with the slow cooker and the George Foreman grill.
Now the grilling guru has brought out a new appliance - the George Foreman Grill and Melt, which can cook four chicken breasts at a time in grill mode or two slices of cheese on toast in melt mode.