Originally Posted by Chile Chef
Thanks guys, I guess I will use the foreman until I can move out of this ""HELL HOLE"" They will not even allow me to own a gas grill unless it can be easily stored under the bed, in the closet.
What would be the issue with a small portable gas or charcoal grill (hibachi) for cooking if the rule is it must be small enough to store inside? There are a number of brands made to take to the park or go camping with that are suitable to meet the storage requirement.
I'm almost ashamed to say I own a GF grill, as the entire function is non-consistent. I will say it has sat unused for years now in a drawer.
If you must cook inside, I would suggest a combination of oven and the use of a grill like this: Amazon.com: Cuisinart GR-4 Griddler: Kitchen & Dining
You can get the cooking done initially in the oven if you want, then finish up on the grill for the grill marks. I use this same grill to primarily make panini on, but if the weather is poor out (or winter), I add liquid smoke to the steaks with a bit of evoo and cracked pepper on a pretty good "grilled" steak.
But the better option for flavor would be the hibachi. Can't beat that outdoor flavor.