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I've been RVing a long time. I have an entire collection of propane and charcoal cooking options. The newest one for me is the Ninja Foodi XL grill.

An advantage it has over the others is I can grill indoors when it's raining sideways. We live in FL, and often stay in the state. Rain is just part of life here.

This model Ninja Grills, Air Crisps, Bakes, Roasts, Broils, and Dehydrates. It comes with a thermometer probe, cooking food perfectly.

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When we travel, it fits nicely under the dining bench seat. I've used it outdoors on a stand, but often use it indoors. The food is amazing! Far better than going to a restaurant.

More pics and cooking times/temps/recipes here: http://2manytoyz.com/Ninja-Foodi-XL.html


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Posted: 02/26/22 05:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Very interesting…informative.


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Thanks for the review. I had not seen these before.

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Since we went to an all electric coach back in 2013, I've accumulated many electric gizmos for preparing food. I have an electric grill, 2 induction cookers, an air fryer, crock pot, rice cooker,griddle,instant pot. I built a folding table with adequate shelve space to have all these out and made a sunbrella cover for it to keep the appliances out of the weather when not in use. If it rains, I put out the awning for cook time.


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