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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Hi,

Been looking for a manual (crank) meat grinder for the past month with
no luck. Any of you fine folks have any idea where to look? Would
like to check it out before buying if possible, know of any stores that
stock the gadgets?

Thanks!


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Steve wrote:


Hi,

Been looking for a manual (crank) meat grinder for the past month with
no luck. Any of you fine folks have any idea where to look? Would
like to check it out before buying if possible, know of any stores that
stock the gadgets?

Thanks!



Try this new site:

http://www.google.com
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Steve wrote:

Been looking for a manual (crank) meat grinder for the past month ........


http://www.sausagemaker.com/

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The grinder add-on to our Kitchenaid stand mixer works very well.

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Would like to look at the gadget at a store before I buy...
Want a manual as two friends who have electrics have burned them out in
less than 6 months.



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Steve wrote:

Hi,

Been looking for a manual (crank) meat grinder for the past month with
no luck. Any of you fine folks have any idea where to look? Would
like to check it out before buying if possible, know of any stores that
stock the gadgets?

Thanks!

Look here for starters, http://tinyurl.com/mh7xq

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Piedmont

What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans and the homeless,
whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism
or the holy name of liberty or democracy?

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Steve wrote:

Hi,

Been looking for a manual (crank) meat grinder for the past month with
no luck. Any of you fine folks have any idea where to look? Would
like to check it out before buying if possible, know of any stores that
stock the gadgets?

Thanks!

And, a number 10 is fine for simple grinding of say, up to 20-40 pounds
at a time (arm gets sore), (simple grinding, not stuffing)

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Piedmont

What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans and the homeless,
whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism
or the holy name of liberty or democracy?

Mahatma Gandhi, "Non-Violence in Peace and War"














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We have a bialetti elettrodomestici, which is a great meat grinder, cheese
grater, and tomato strainer in one. I would buy another in a second.
Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be imported anymore. We also have the
kitchen aid with the grinder attachment. I think that would be a great
choice, as there is a lot you can do in addition to grinding meat.
Don't!, no, don't try to satisfy yourself with a manual grinder.

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Hi,

Been looking for a manual (crank) meat grinder for the past month with
no luck. Any of you fine folks have any idea where to look? Would
like to check it out before buying if possible, know of any stores that
stock the gadgets?

Thanks!



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In article .com,
"Steve" wrote:

Would like to look at the gadget at a store before I buy...
Want a manual as two friends who have electrics have burned them out in
less than 6 months.


Don't know if you live close to one, but the last time I visited a Bass
Pro store I think they had several manual models. They also had some
hefty looking electrics.

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Dave W.

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Steve, this is a very good query to ask on rec.food.equipment

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Hi,

Been looking for a manual (crank) meat grinder for the past month with
no luck. Any of you fine folks have any idea where to look? Would
like to check it out before buying if possible, know of any stores that
stock the gadgets?

Thanks!





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