The George Foreman iGrill

You guessed it--it's iPod-enabled

Uncrate

There are so many reasons to love George Foreman. The monumental title fight against Joe Frazier in 1973, the insane comeback that lasted into his '40s, and the fact that he's named all five of his sons George. But the thing we appreciate most? He loves to eat. And he's made beaucoup bucks doing it.

It's been reported that more George Foreman Grills have been sold than any other household appliance ever--more than 55 million, to be inexact. Never content to rest on his considerable laurels, however, Foreman is updating the "Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine" (trademarked) for the digital age with--get this--the "George Foreman iGrill."

In addition to its 200-square-inch nonstick cooking surface, Uncrate says, the $150 electric grill hooks up to your iPod and has a built-in 10-watt speaker system. Who knew that MP3 grills would be the hottest summer trend?

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