Question about Grilling
I would check it out clean it and look for a short or bad ground connection .
Posted on Mar 27, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Troubleshooting for a GFSG80
you need program it to the temp you wanted, then you put the meat on the grill and hit the SEARING feature.
if you get the same error you can contact :
George Foreman Customer Support: (800) 233-9054
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
SOURCE: gas grill conversion
It's safe, but you need to keep in mind that propane burns hotter than natural gas, so you won't need to turn the burners up as high for the same heat. Here's an article that explains some of the differences (but doesn't really answer your question): http://bbq.about.com/od/gasgrills/a/aa030505a.htm
Bottom line -- it's safe if you don't leave it cranked up to high flame. Two-thirds flame on propane should give about the same heat as full burner on natural gas.
Of course, you could change the jets. That would compensate for all the differences between NG and propane, and you could run the grill on full high heat if you wanted to.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
In convection mode, you can use anything that's oven safe. Anything you would use in a regular baking oven in other words.
There's a very interesting and helpful article on convection cooking here, and you can find more tips here.
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Posted on Nov 08, 2008
SOURCE: flattens meat
Don't use the frozen setting, it uses more pressure. I only use fresh, even for frozen food, i just cook it a little longer. If you want your Steak or Chicken to stay juicy, spray both sides of the food with Olive Oil Spay (About $4 from store) before you put it in the bag (Or dip in an Olive Oil bath and wipe off excess). It will allow the food to sear, stay juicy and taste wonderful. The oil will also help allow seasonings to stick to the food. (I am the master of Rocket Grill, and even cook scrambled eggs in it. Trade secret though)
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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