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Shopping for a raclette grill--granite grilltop vs. nonstick?

kattyeyes | Feb 7, 200909:05 AM     4

Hi! I saw one other thread on this topic, but it doesn't address my question. I'm hooked on raclette and would like my own grill. Can anyone explain the benefits of a granite stone grilltop vs. a nonstick grilltop? The granite is aesthetically pleasing, but wonder how it compares to the regular nonstick grill I'm accustomed to seeing and using.

Here's what I'm considering:

1/2 granite, 1/2 nonstick rock 'n grill (clever, huh?)
http://www.raclettecorner.com/product...

straight up nonstick:
http://www.legourmetchef.com/Temp_Pro...&

copper grill with granite (so pretty):
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000...

Any insights? Thanks for any advice you can provide.
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