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Williams-SonomaSummer is in full swing, and there’s no better time than the present to fire up the grill. But while having a barbecue is the ultimate warm-weather pastime, some people, especially those who live in a city, have limited outdoor space and aren’t necessarily able to enjoy the typical cookout.
For anyone with a cramped kitchen or backyard, Philips’ portable grill is a compact and convenient option that’s worth a look.
What the grill lacks in capacity – it’s less than 20 inches wide, so you won’t be able to cook all the patties you would on a full-sized grill in one go – it makes up in speed. Reviews have praised it grill for living up to its promise of delivering a strong, even heat and cooking their meats and vegetables in minutes, and without charring each piece. And unlike a larger grill, this portable option has detachable parts for easy cleaning and can be stowed away in your kitchen cabinet.
All in all, Philips’ grill seems like a solid option if you enjoy grilling you food, no matter how much outdoor space you have or what time of year you want to use it. If you’re looking for something cheaper, Cuisinart’s griddler is another worthwhile appliance to consider adding to your kitchen setup.