120-Square inch cooking surface with George Tough nonstick coating to help prevent sticking and tearing, even without less oil or butter
Extra-large floating hinge adjusts automatically to fit the size of even your most stuffed sandwiches
Variable temperature control offers precise results on a variety of foods
Easy-to-clean nonstick surface plus a dishwasher-safe spatula help minimize cleanup
Measures 15.6-inch by 11.4-inch by 6.61-inch; 3-year limited warranty
Make your favorite cafe-style stuffed Panini with ease for the whole family with a 120-square inch Panini Grill. The 120-square inch cooking surface has space to fit 3-4 stuffed Panini with ease, with a George Tough nonstick coating that lets you cook with less oil and butter. The extra-large floating hinge adjust automatically to fit the height of your sandwiches, so you get perfectly pressed results without flattening even with all your favorite ingredients. The easy-to-use variable temperature control offers precise results for a variety of foods. The nonstick surface and dishwasher-safe spatula help simplify cleanup, while a vertical storage lock and cord wrap help reduce countertop clutter.
Measures approximately 14 by 8 by 17 inches; 1-year warranty
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Question by Elise: If you had to completely restock your kitchen?
appliance wise, tool wise, all implements wise ( I mean everything but food, stove, oven, dishwasher, sink, fridge/freezer) How much would it cost you?
Trying to figure out what a good budget is
I cook A LOT. Love to bake, etc. So, I’m going to need more tools/gadgets than someone that doesn’t cook. I also make everything from scratch. Please keep that in mind.
@ ? I was thinking it might be somewhere around there.
Answer by Katie okay so there’s silverware ($ 30), pots and pans(70?), coffee maker (50), toaster (30), blender (40), spatula/ice cream scoop/other cooking utensils (30). like $ 250? i think thats an appropriate budget
Question by indianshamrocks76: What kind of kitchen gizmos are you planning to get?
1. Ice Cream maker
2. pasta maker (to have pasta from scratch)
3. Maybe an electric skillet
4. That dome shaped cake pan, where it allows you to make ice cream cake or whatever you want to fill the space with
5. Another wok
Just not necessarily in that order! I LOOOVE kitchen gizmos
Answer by Junisai Them new fangled flexible silicone bakeware (I’m even being unecessarily careless with my current cake tins to speed up the upgrading process! ;p )