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Mar 19, 2007



Oh my gosh, it's like a deconstructed saltimbocca. Great idea!

Margaret Wise

Please let me know first, what the new gadget is going to be. I can't wait to read about it.


ah i got a foreman as present two christmasses ago... used once...

Susan from Food "Blogga"

This is the perfect appetizer for a party. Thanks for the idea.


These are delicious - and I can vouch for that personally, having been an extra pair of hands at said catering gig! And I do believe I am one of those who said "oooh, a Forman grill - I didn't think anybody actually bought those!" ;-)


These look delicious! I haven't used my Foreman grill since college (where I used it EVERY day).

Side note for your side note: He also has a daughter named Georgetta! Crazy, huh?


Those look much better than good old Chicken Satay that you get at every party now a days.


These look awesome! The George Forman grill is very versatile & has gotten me out of a lot of scrapes. BTW, he has 7 children and they are 5 Georges, 1 Georgette and 1 Freeda Georgette, go figure! It was a question on Trivial Pursuit! Anyway, I have the perfect opportunity to make them. Thanks so much for posting.


Ooh, what a brilliant idea. We use our George Foreman grill at least once or twice a week, but I'd not thought of doing appetiser-type things in it.

(The things we use it for include: making toasted sandwiches; browning sausages in preparation for braising; grilling marinaded pork or lamb chops; grilling sliced vegetables - squash, beetroot, aubergine, peppers, courgettes, etc - for use in sandwiches, salads, or other dishes.)


i bet you don't have it stored away in a cupboard, but out on the counter all the time? i guess i would use it more often then as well. in fact, i am tempted to go and make some paninis tonight...

thanks for sharing your ideas for getting more use out of my foreman!


Your food is amazing and found your site looking for these particular skewers but can't seem to find what they are made of and a source to buy them from online. Could you please let me know as I am planning a party for a friend and really would like to purchase the skewers.

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