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Philips Avance Grill


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I grilled scallops, for what that's worth.  I threaded them on metal skewers and they were great.  I don't remember if I brushed them with melted butter or olive oil, or left them plain.  I hadn't cooked them the day I got them (or the day after) and it was cook them that day or not at all. 

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Tried something new on the PAG - grilled cabbage quarters.  Also with thick pork chop with maple-bourbon glaze and carrots.  All were cooked for 20 minutes total.  The cabbage and carrots were tossed in a small amount of EVO along with salt, pepper and garlic powder.  Very tasty and will do that again.

 

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Steak last night and I noticed my Philips is becoming less non-stick.  Indeed the steak stuck such that it was more done than I would have liked.  Yes, my grill goes through the dishwasher a lot.  Anyone else noticing an increase in stick?

 

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I haven't but since it has been moved to the top of the second fridge in the office, I don't use it as much.  I don't put it in the dishwasher, I wash it by hand.

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I've always washed it by hand, and once or twice I foolishly used a knife to cut some salmon while it was on the grid and it definitely harmed the finish :( I might dig out the stainless  grill and see how it works.

 

ETA: I just looked up replacement parts, the nonstick grid is $47 and change....

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Refurbished Philips Avance grills are $90 on eBay right now — $99 minus a $10 auto-applied coupon.

 

No personal experience with the seller, but they are apparently a sibling company to SeattleCoffeeGear which has a great reputation for refurbished espresso machines. And the warranty appears to be a third-party (Allstate) two year replacement policy.

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25 minutes ago, mgaretz said:

Finally got a chance to try roasting veggies in the grilling bags.  Brussel's sprouts, tossed in olive oil with salt and pepper and then grilled in the bag for 20 minutes (10 minutes per side).  Very nice and the bag cleaned up easily.

 

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Where did you get the grilling bags?

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1 hour ago, ElsieD said:

 

Where did you get the grilling bags?

I know you didn’t ask me but I can find them at Walmart.

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45 minutes ago, AlaMoi said:

bag or no bag - no way I could sell that level of charred BS to DW....

 

"fresh" on the stalk is now appearing in the market .  . . less char on tap,,,

 

Toss them in sweet chili sauce. Might work

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55 minutes ago, palo said:

Not to rain on your parade Anna, but cheaper on Amazon - I ordered two  (10" x 10" - total $11.38 CDN) to use in BSO Air

 

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Thanks but I was not bargain hunting but simply trying to answer a question for another poster. 

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