Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 11-11-2009, 11:30 PM posted to alt.food.barbecue
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On Nov 11, 8:57 am, Nan wrote:
I had posted a query re what kinds of meat grinders y'all own, and
asked how you liked them. Someone hijacked it changed it and deleted
my question. So I re post it here.
Please share your successes and failures with meat grinders. I am
definitely in the market for one. Thanks, Nanzi


Take a look on Ebay. There are some pretty good deals on meat
grinders.
Granted, they are pretty well all made in China but what isn't these
days, and that includes the Waring Pro line.
I have the Northern Tool model that's available from Amazon at
http://tinyurl.com/ye8oqgr but I bought mine on Ebay about 3 years
ago.
It works great as a grinder. I have a separate sausage stuffer so I
don't use mine for making sausage and don't know how it would work for
that job.

Ross.

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On Nov 11, 6:30*pm, wrote:
On Nov 11, 8:57 am, Nan wrote:

I had posted a query re what kinds of meat grinders y'all own, and
asked how you liked them. Someone hijacked it changed it and deleted
my question. So I re post it here.
Please share your successes and failures with meat grinders. I am
definitely in the market for one. Thanks, Nanzi


Take a look on Ebay. There are some pretty good deals on meat
grinders.
Granted, they are pretty well all made in China but what isn't these
days, and that includes the Waring Pro line.
I have the Northern Tool model that's available from Amazon athttp://tinyurl.com/ye8oqgrbut I bought mine on Ebay about 3 years
ago.
It works great as a grinder. I have a separate sausage stuffer so I
don't use mine for making sausage and don't know how it would work for
that job.

Ross.


Thanks, will add it to the short list!! Nan


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