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George Foreman GR82B George Jr. Rotisserie

3.6 out of 5 stars 89 customer reviews

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  • 9-1/4-inch rotisserie spits hold 10-pound turkey, 2 chickens, roasts
  • 8-1/4-by-7-1/2-by-2-1/2-inch flat basket for grilling fish, steaks, vegetables
  • Round basket for roasting vegetables, "dry-frying" potatoes
  • 6 skewers for kabobs, ribs; cook-time chart, recipes included
  • Compact size: 18 inches wide, 12-1/2 inches high, 12-1/2 inches deep
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Product Description

"SALTON INC" ROTISSERIE GRILLS The spits are one of four cooking methods provided by the rotisserie. There's a round basket for roasting vegetables and "dry-frying" potatoes (fresh or frozen) in the low-fat method for which George Foreman appliances are famous. A flat basket measuring 8-1/4 inches long, 7-1/2 inches wide, and 2-1/2 inches deep adjusts to hold foods like fish, steaks, and vegetables flat for grilling as they rotate. Finally, six skewers fit into the rotisserie for kebabs and pork ribs. Other features include a lift-up cover with a window, a three-hour timer, and a pullout drip tray. The rotisserie has a metal-and-plastic exterior and a metal interior for easy cleaning. It carries a one-year warranty against defects and comes with a cooking time chart and recipes.
  • 9-1/4-inch rotisserie spits hold 10-pound turkey, 2 chickens, roasts.
  • 8-1/4-by-7-1/2-by-2-1/2-inch flat basket for grilling fish, steaks, vegetables.
  • Round basket for roasting vegetables, "dry-frying" potatoes.
  • 6 skewers for kabobs, ribs; cook-time chart, recipes included.
  • Compact size: 18 inches wide, 12-1/2 inches high, 12-1/2 inches deep.

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Big enough to hold a 10-pound turkey, two chickens, six kebabs, six beef or fish steaks, or a family-size portion of french fries, yet compact enough to fit on any kitchen counter, this rotisserie brings the advantages of rotational cooking into the home. The 1,100-watt appliance measures just 18 inches wide, 12-1/2 inches high, and 12-1/2 inches deep, and its spits are 9-1/4 inches long.

The spits are one of four cooking methods provided by the rotisserie. There's a round basket for roasting vegetables and "dry-frying" potatoes (fresh or frozen) in the low-fat method for which George Foreman appliances are famous. A flat basket measuring 8-1/4 inches long, 7-1/2 inches wide, and 2-1/2 inches deep adjusts to hold foods like fish, steaks, and vegetables flat for grilling as they rotate. Finally, six skewers fit into the rotisserie for kebabs and pork ribs. Other features include a lift-up cover with a window, a three-hour timer, and a pullout drip tray. The rotisserie has a metal-and-plastic exterior and a metal interior for easy cleaning. It carries a one-year warranty against defects and comes with a cooking time chart and recipes. --Fred Brack


Product Information

Product Dimensions 18.5 x 13 x 13 inches
Item Weight 17 pounds
Shipping Weight 19.8 pounds
Manufacturer George Foreman
ASIN B00005B6Z3
Item model number GR82B
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3.6 out of 5 stars 89 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #308,809 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#156 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Ovens & Toasters > Rotisseries & Roasters
Date first available at Amazon.com January 16, 2007

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I've read different reviews about the bigger version of this one and also about the Ronco version. I only have experienced the Jr. version of rotisserie cooker. From what I've seen so far, this thing is fantastic. The first two days I used it, we cooked whole chickens. Just rubbed a little seasoning salts all over, and they tasted alot like grocery store rotisserie. Nice and juicy. quite nice. Clean up was really easy. The wife said she thought it would be alot harder to clean, but was pleasantly surprised that it was so easy. The next day I cleaned it, and she was right. It WAS easy to clean. The oven did get pretty hot, but so does my conventional oven, so proper precautions are required. I have many ideas for the use of this appliance, like hot dogs, italian sausages, ham, the list goes on and on. I have to say, this product seems to live up to it's claims. I also have the Lean Mean Grilling Machine, and I haven't been disappointed so far by Big George. I hope George keeps putting out quality products like these.
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Oh man, Salton and George did it right, mostly. This machine produces some tasty chicken. The advice I read in the other reviews was good, too. Always line the drip tray with aluminum foil to make clean-up easy. Fryers cost less than Roasters, per pound. The reflector shield in the rotisserie WILL stain (they made it out of a material that does not resist grease AT ALL).
The construction quality is good, but not great. Using and cleaning the unit is easy, after you accept that the back reflector is impossible to clean, even if you remove it from the unit and soak it for an hour. Give up on that before you waste your life.
Buy some string to tie down the legs and wings on your chickens, or they will get too close to the heating element and may burn before your chicken is done.
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By A Customer on August 13, 2003
Yes, I'm a turncoat - former user of the *other* famous rotisserie with the "moviehouse" title.
There's good and bad about both the George Jr. and the Showtime, but having tried both, I'd have to go with the Junior. For starters, the half-cylinder design and molded base make for a sturdier unit. (With the Showtime, you have to pull down a glass door secured by small pins that lock into a track that in itself is very flimsy and breakable, as others have reported.) Also, I have to admit that I wasn't looking forward to another go-around with Customer Service for my Showtime - would be great if long-time users would share their George Jr. CS experiences, here.
I'd also give the edge in terms of easy cleaning to the George Jr. Yes, the reflector thingie will never again attain it's perfect mirror finish after use, and I will update here if it loses any cooking speed once well "seasoned". As for heating up the kitchen - well, yes, it's un-insulated and needs to be kept well away from cabinetry, etc. so as not to do damage or start a fire! (As with any rotisserie of this type, it's advisable to stand it on a heat-resistant surface, as well.) But I'd say it really doesn't heat up my mid-sized kitchen noticeably, with the fairly open floor plan of our home. (I wouldn't even try this appliance in close quarters, though.) Oh, and for removing your cooked items, be sure to get yourself a good pair of heat proof gloves - no, *not* fabric, the rubberized, non-combustible kind - should be less than $... from the BBQ area of your local home store. The removal tool that comes with the George Jr. is ingenious, but I still find I need hand protection.
I do miss the Showtime's squeaky old rotisserie assembly.
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I would recommend this product to others. The product is well designed - compact, easy to use and all parts fit together well. The food cooked in this rotisserie tastes better than the same food cooked in the traditional oven - it cooks more evenly and all of the fat is collected in the bottom tray. Actual cooking times are shorter than the times listed in the cookbook - a 3 1/2 lb leg of lamb took only about 2 hours. The rotisserie is easy to clean - almost all of the parts are removable and can be washed in a diswasher. I've given this product 4 stars because the skewers are not very easy to use and also some rust developed on the removable parts after washing. Also, it would be nice to have a lock for the front cover to ensure that the rotisserie is securely locked during operation.
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By A Customer on June 17, 2003
I read all the reviews and did my research before purchasing a rotisserie and decided on my old friend, George. I've had other George Foreman products for years and they haven't let me down yet, so I thought I'd give the George Jr. Rotisserie a try. And I was definitely NOT disappointed! And this comes with everything you need without having to purchase any additional accessories. I have made a chicken, using the deli recipe from the instruction booklet and it was awesome. The skin was crispy while the inside of the chicken was tasty, tender and moist. Rump roast? YUM! Once again, very crisp on the outside, very juicy on the inside. But my favorite was a pork loin roast. The best pork roast I have ever had....period.
Previous reviewers had stated their problems with the back reflector being very difficult to clean and I do unfortunately agree with them. It will not come completely clean no matter what I do and I do wish it came with some heatproof and stainproof gloves, which would make taking food off the spit much safer. But those are the only complaints I have in regards to this product, as the good far outweighs the bad. The food tastes great and the inside of the oven and the spit rods are a breeze to clean. I especially like that the door is removable, which makes the cleaning that much easier. I'd recommend this machine to anyone. Definitely!
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