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Old 06-01-2012, 06:10 PM   #61
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Thanks guys! Chuck roast is on sale. Will put everything that should be cold in the freezer. Will have to try a pork butt. Maybe with some bacon. OK, I need to go slow...

Edit: Heh. DH brought home .94 lb. of chuck steak. Big whoop. Looks like I'll be making a trip to Fareway tomorrow.
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Old 06-01-2012, 08:06 PM   #62
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Looks like a nice grinder.

Enjoy it.

The taste of fresh ground is great. And you know what's in it. That counts for a lot.

I've been very happy since I got mine.

Heck you could even use it for that troublesome coon if ya ever get him/her.
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Old 06-01-2012, 09:16 PM   #63
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Looks like a nice grinder.

Enjoy it.

The taste of fresh ground is great. And you know what's in it. That counts for a lot.

I've been very happy since I got mine.

Heck you could even use it for that troublesome coon if ya ever get him/her.
Thanks! Am reminded of the scene in the movie "Fargo" where the guy puts his partner in crime through the wood chipper...

Hey, CWS, there's an idea for you! No shotgun needed!
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Old 06-02-2012, 12:19 AM   #64
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Thanks! Looking forward to burger and sausages. Any other ideas for stuff to grind would be much appreciated!
I make Danish liver pâté. It's kinda messy grinding the liver.
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Old 08-22-2012, 12:50 PM   #65
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I have been wanting a meat grinder and found one yesterday. I haven't even taken it out of the box yet, so I don't know how well it works, but I can't wait! It isn't a fancy brand, but it should do for our needs. I got it last night at Harbor Freight. It is electric. The box says it has a 250 watt motor, and it includes: Commercial grade cutting blades, 2 stuffing tubes, Feeding stick, and 3 grinding plates: coarse, medium, and fine. It is supposed to do up to 2 pounds of meat per minute.

It was kind of funny because I had not been actively looking for a meat grinder, but it is something that has crossed my mind once in a while. Then two nights ago, as I was looking at the ground beef at the store, I started thinking about how nice it would be to grind my own. Last night I was just standing there in the aisle and this one just popped out at me, so we got it.
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I have been wanting a meat grinder and found one yesterday. I haven't even taken it out of the box yet, so I don't know how well it works, but I can't wait! It isn't a fancy brand, but it should do for our needs. I got it last night at Harbor Freight. It is electric. The box says it has a 250 watt motor, and it includes: Commercial grade cutting blades, 2 stuffing tubes, Feeding stick, and 3 grinding plates: coarse, medium, and fine. It is supposed to do up to 2 pounds of meat per minute.

It was kind of funny because I had not been actively looking for a meat grinder, but it is something that has crossed my mind once in a while. Then two nights ago, as I was looking at the ground beef at the store, I started thinking about how nice it would be to grind my own. Last night I was just standing there in the aisle and this one just popped out at me, so we got it.
I hope it works out for you. I have found Harbor Freight is a hit or miss kind of place.
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