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Is there any small indoor/electric grill that I can cook a steak or some chicken on? It is getting too cold to grill outside.
 

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I use a Cuisinart Griddler. Put solid frozen chicken breasts on close the lid and 22 minutes later dinner.
 

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Weber Kettle FTW!!!
 

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I use a stove top griddle, it's flat on one side and ribbed on the other for them perfect grill lines, the only down side is it smokes up the house if you don't have a vent fan.

 

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whats too cold for you?
The clocks get turned back Saturday night so it gets dark at 4 pm. In the next few weeks there will be snow and the temperatures will be in the teens and single numbers with some below zero thrown in.
 

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Great idea but I think it would be somewhat awkward in the living room or kitchen.

....lol, obviously, just bustin' balls.....but the bride bought one of those (NuMark?) deals ya see advertised on tv, and we both concluded a Lodge ribbed cast iron skillet worked way better. Of course with a vent hood. Good luck!!
 

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LOL, that's a fucking toaster grill!
I wouldnt call it a toaster.

The elements in them are more like a proper meat rotisserie.

Theyre awesome and quick. :p


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I dont have that exact one as above but have a Hotpoint brand, which is no good to you folks on 120Volts because theyre 240 V

The Italians know how to cook...

https://www.amazon.it/Hotpoint-GHX0-Griglia-Verticale-Acciaio/dp/B076CCFK4G
 

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We have had one of the Smokeless Grilles brand units for a few years, use it nearly everyday. It's a bit slow for larger chunks of meat. The one flaw I've found with it is the heating element in a bit "off-center" lengthwise so the heat is not real uniform. The end closest to the knobs never gets as hot as the other end...which isn't quite as hot as the middle. HaHa. I've just got used to it. I move the items around a little or place something that doesn't need as much heat at that end.
It is perfect for a 6 egg omelette...I just lift the tray & do a 180 half way through cooking. Kinda a pain, but no real smoke (it has a fan). I'd get another one if/when it craps out. Lorne
 

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The clocks get turned back Saturday night so it gets dark at 4 pm. In the next few weeks there will be snow and the temperatures will be in the teens and single numbers with some below zero thrown in.
Pitch black by 530 here and in the 20s for the foreseable future. Grill will be fired up around 6 tonight to do some chicken and roasted veggies.
 

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Pitch black by 530 here and in the 20s for the foreseable future. Grill will be fired up around 6 tonight to do some chicken and roasted veggies.
I need bbq bad. I think I will drag it back out and try grilling around noon when it is the warmest part of the day.
 
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