Unless you plan your meals days in advance, you probably rarely remember to marinate what's for dinner. So for all the forgetful amateur chefs out there, Beem has created the Aroma Grill Express that puts George Foreman's efforts to shame with a built-in channel designed to hold, and infuse, aromatics and flavors into what you're grilling.

The grill's double-arched design also helps fat and grease slide off to the sides so you're left with only the healthiest parts of whatever you're cooking. At $160 it's certainly pricier than Foreman's offerings, but just try and add cedar chips the next time you're doing salmon on George's grill. You'll want to add a fire extinguisher to the ingredients list for that dish. [BEEM via Appliancist]