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Redi-Set Go Indoor Grill

Redi-Set Go Indoor GrillEverett sent us a Redi-Set Go Indoor Grill to test out last week.  While the recipes included were aimed at the culinary illiterate, the grill itself worked like a charm.  I tested it out on fish patties and banana muffins and was very impressed by the quick and easy cooking.  Both came out pleasantly browned with a crusty exterior and a moist interior.  I did have to use some oil despite the pans being non-stick.  (This may be par for the course --- I know very little about non-stick surfaces.)

I think the grill may fill a nice niche in our cooking lives, fixing small dishes which only Mark likes (such as the fish patties) or which I want to whip together quickly in the morning (like the banana muffins.)  What I like the best is that the grill stores on its end, so it only takes up about three or four inches of counter space.

My biggest warning --- don't open the enclosed recipe book and get excited by the picture of lava cake muffins.  That recipe is not included.  I guess I'll be looking for a good lava cake recipe now --- anyone?



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comment 1
Hmmm.... A recipe book that has a picture on the cover a recipe not included in the book? I'll have to make sure the appropriate people hear about this. :-)
Comment by Everett Thu Jul 30 13:08:23 2009
comment 2

It's on page 11, not on the cover. My eye is just immediately drawn to any chocolate in sight... :-)

Thanks again for the opportunity to review the grill. It's definitely a keeper!

Comment by anna Thu Jul 30 16:39:14 2009

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime