June 12, 2006
Stories of the George Foreman grill
From the It's old but it's new to me department comes this story of the George Foreman grill as a means for the impoverished to prepare a meal.
I recently subscribed to a bunch of new podcasts, including NPR's Hidden Kitchens, and this was the first download. It's remarkably touching, particularly hearing George explain his upbringing, and how the grill that bears his name unintentionally became a point of utility and pride for those in adverse situations.
Posted by peterme at June 12, 2006 11:27 PM
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