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November 5, 2020
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Bring the barbecue inside with a George Foreman grill

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During summer, lots of people in the UK love getting outside and having a barbecue. We don't get all that much sunshine here, so when we do it is great to take advantage of the weather, get in the garden and cook some tasty morsels over the coals. Although they seem like something only meat lovers would enjoy, there is usually something for everyone on a barbecue and it is easy to cook fish, prawns, veggie burgers and corn on the cob, as well as meat.

What is more, people can even wrap bananas and pineapple in tinfoil and bake them on the barbecue for a really tasty dessert when everyone has had their fill of steak, sausages and burgers.

But the problem is, the British summertime never seems to last very long and before you know it, the grey clouds are gathering, the wind is falling and autumn has arrived again. Even when it is the middle of summer, such as July or August, the weather can be very unpredictable and there is a high chance the heavens could open on the day you have set aside for your barbecue.

Obviously this is a bit of a disaster as it means you will not be able to cook anything outside. Although you can put all the meat in the oven, it is not quite the same as warming it over hot coals as you lose the charcoal-like taste that makes barbecued food so delicious.

However, there is one way that can be slightly better when it comes to replicating the effect of a barbecue, and that is to use a George Foreman grill to cook the meat. The grill has been specially designed to heat up on both the top and bottom, which means the meat does not have to be turned over and will be cooked evenly.

Furthermore, the ridged design of the cooking plates means less of the surface touches the meat while it is cooking. This allows a greater amount of fat to drain away from the meat, ensuring it is as healthy and tasty as possible.

So, if you are planning a barbecue and it starts to rain there is no need to panic, as there are alternative ways of cooking your meat and your guests are bound to think anything cooked on a George Foreman grill is just as delicious as it would have been from the barbecue.

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