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Your favorite piece of meat processing equipment

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Treerooster

Mine would probably be the Work Sharp sharpener. Like my knives but not when they ain't sharp.

 

I like my grinder to. Just a hand crank #32 grinder but it works great for me. It just isn't that hard to grind meat with it.

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garyRI

50 dollar KitchenAid grinder attachment. I freeze ground meat trimmings in 2 pound (or so) packages and "grind to order" before cooking (mostly meatloafs with bacon added for the fat).

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Jakeismydog2

Here is my new toy. My dad gave it to me for Christmas. a vintage Hobart meat slicer. I think it is a 1612 but the model # plate is missing. I spent the last 2 days cleaning all the decades old congealed beef fat out of it and she runs like a champ. Sliced up some leftover primerib for sandwiches today. Works great!

 

If any of you have any knowledge on these old beasts (super heavy) let me know.

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gordy

Fork

 

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Birdcountry70
2 hours ago, gordy said:

Fork

 

C'mon, I think you were just trying to get your 1000th post!

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WPG Gizmo
On 2/21/2018 at 4:25 PM, gordy said:

Fork

 

Mine also that is the best meat processing tool I own the one that puts it in my mouth :D everything else is just a prep tool

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MAArcher
On 1/2/2018 at 12:11 AM, Jakeismydog2 said:

Here is my new toy. My dad gave it to me for Christmas. a vintage Hobart meat slicer. I think it is a 1612 but the model # plate is missing. I spent the last 2 days cleaning all the decades old congealed beef fat out of it and she runs like a champ. Sliced up some leftover primerib for sandwiches today. Works great!

 

If any of you have any knowledge on these old beasts (super heavy) let me know.

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I have a really old manual slide Hobart slicer.  Don't use it as much as i thought I would.  I'd like to get a new blade for it but they cost as much as I paid for the slicer.  Still makes short work of turning a piece of meat into jerky strips though.  Something about old Hobart equipment, I just like having them (I have a grinder too).  They really back up the cliche that "they don't make em like they used too".  

 

Oh ya, I know what else i can tell you, lift with your legs not your back!  Damn things weigh a ton.  

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rideold

I hear ya.  My kitchen aid stand mixer is a Hobart.  Won't give that one up for anything.

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salmontogue

My teeth  I still have all of them and in very good condition.

 

Perk

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oak stob
13 minutes ago, salmontogue said:

My teeth  I still have all of them and in very good condition.

 

Perk

 

   :DI wish I had said that!

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Brad Eden
On 12/18/2017 at 8:07 AM, Brad Eden said:

I think I have the same scale. We use it as decoration since I have another newer one. I just looked but I think JoAnn packed it away to make room for all the Christmas crap all over the house right now.

 

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We do have one (from original Post on this Topic). Put back out on display after Christmas concluded.

 

My favorite piece of processing equipment is still that electric grinder.  A few days ago I ground up the meat from the last wild turkey I shot. And froze in 1 pound portions.

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Brad H

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This is my favorite piece of processing equipment, what can I say I am lazy...

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charlo slim

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Ok, behind the grinder and decent knives of course, but a simple, superb, and handy piece of equipment IMO. Not cheap @~ $40 (for a simple, essentially hand utensil).  But it handles the task quickly and efficiently.

 

Equally important, cleanup is a snap..... most unlike the more complicated (and expensive) alternatives. 

 

Westmark "steakmaster"

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