Memorial Day weekend is (almost) here, which means it’s time to let the pool parties and backyard BBQs commence. If you’re hosting one of these shindigs yourself, you’d better be prepared to feed everyone, and what better food to serve your hungry guests than burgers and hot dogs? They’re simple and quick to cook in mass quantities, and you’ll look like a hero while you whip them up — just remember to get some veggie burgers and tofu dogs as well, because an inclusive barbecue is the best kind of barbecue. (Oh, and if you’re feeling extra ambitious, you can even treat your friends to some and some .)
A great way to get cooking without taking up a lot of space (and keeping your bank account intact) is with a George Foreman Grill, and you can grab one for , just in time for the weekend’s festivities.
Perfect for BBQs and tailgates, the is compact and just as effective as a bulky gas grill — its large grilling surface lets you make more than 15 servings for large groups. And because it’s all-electric, you can use it in the comfort of your own kitchen as well — no stern words from the landlord about charcoal and usage. The grill comes with five different heat settings to aid you in achieving the best results, and its sloped surface helps get rid of up to 42 percent of fat from whatever you’re cooking. Kabobs, grilled veggies, burgers, hot dogs, and more are all within reach.