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    Senior Member lick's Avatar
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    hey guys, i just bought some lean ground beef and some chicken breasts, so exactly how should i prepare them?
    im still a teen so mommy has been cooking for me all my life, so this is rather new

    thanks for any help...

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    Gaglione Strength Chris Rodgers's Avatar
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    If your weather allows you to use the barbeque, use it. I got a George Foreman grill for Christmas and use it to cook my hamburgers and steak. I bake my chicken in the oven with some lemon juice and oregeno. These foods are very simple to cook.
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    Senior Member lick's Avatar
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    yeah, i would like to, but i live with 3 other roommates and not one of us has a barbeque....

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    A george Foreman grill only costs like 24 bucks, is quite small and is fairly easy to clean.

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    Duuno if I am strange but I just throw my chicken breasts straight in the oven and 30 mins later its cooked

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    I use my foreman grill EVERY DAY. It's one of the best investments I've ever made. Cooks chicken in under 5 minutes and steak in under 10.

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    hehe, i didnt realize how cheap those were. i was thinking of some enormous grill. ill check into that. thanks for your help guys...

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    Yeah, it's an indoor electric grill. It comes in many different sizes. I bought the small one for like $25 and it works fine!
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    There are a few sizes of the foreman grill. I have the smallest one because I live in a cupboard in San Francisco. There's a double sized one as well. In addition to that, they nnow sell them in colors, so if you always wanted to grill a steak on an iMAC, now is your chance.

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