[CnD] evolve 6 plate grill
j.ireland at comcast.net
Wed Feb 22 02:39:11 GMT 2012
Good thing you posted that. I would have done it different as well. I'm looking forward to giving mine a try. The description is really helpful. I got it as a gift. My other no temperature no time Foreman grill was well used and well loved; so much so that the finish was coming off. Things were sticking as well and I thought it best to not have anything come off in my food. (grins) Maybe it wouldn't have. But still it had seen its better days. It cooked some wonderful meals though.
----- Original Message -----
From: May McDonald
To: cookinginthedark at acbradio.org
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 4:36 PM
Subject: [CnD] evolve 6 plate grill
Ok, good thing I have a mum that has the same grill since I totally would have done things backwards, hehehe.
This grill is definitely usable. I had my mum plug hers in to make sure that it actually did what the manual said it was suppose to. When you plug it in lights will start blinking, not really important where we're concerned. You'll then press the power button which is located in the middle. It's a nice big button. Once that is pressed the timer and temperature will show. The timer will show 5 minutes and the temp 300.
Now here's where I would have had it backwards. The button to the far left takes the time up 1 minute at a time and the one closest to the power button takes it down a minute at a time. On the other side of the power button is the temp and it goes up and down by 25. The one closest to the power takes it up. Each time you press the buttons they will beep. Also, the 5 minutes that show up when you first plug it in is the recommended preheat time and once the 5 minutes are up it will beep again to say it's done preheating.
Let me know if you'd like anymore details.
May and Prince Noah
cell: 613-863-5845 or 1-888-778-2544
email: mcdonald.may at gmail.com
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