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  1. I've just ordered a Joetisserie and now I am wondering if there are any joetisserie accessories to go with it? what I have in mind is a wire cage that fits on the rotisserie forks so food like firm vegetables like peppers, onions maybe small corn and small cubes of meat, even rashers of bacon can be placed and cooked while tumbling around inside the cage, dose anyone know if this is available or of something of that sort that could be used for that purpose?
  2. I make these last weekend. MMy son has been hogging my computer preventing me from getting to this sooner.
  3. Marty

    Meat Grinder

    I have bee looking for some time at meat grinders. The attachment for the Kitchen Aid Mixer is about $50 and fits in a drawer. By all accounts including ATK--it works well but is not practical for large amounts. The Sausage tubes are extra. A stand alone machine will need storage space. Americas Test Kitchen recommends the Waring Pro line. The 500 watt one has the most power and can be had for under $100. In the reviews for this mode there are people who love this grinder and are on their second or third one. The gears are plastic and Waring does not sell replacement parts. Some people recommend the Best Choice Products 2.6 HP model. The company does not sell sausage tubes for this grinder and there are no replacement parts. It can be purchased on Amazon for $65 with $13 shipping. A lot of reviewers love this machine and there are some very negitive reviews that say it is a toy. The shipping weight is listed at 5 pounds. Finally one reviewer for the Waring Pro loved the grinder but wanted one with steel gears after it quit working. They recommended the Lem 1/4 HP model. It has steel ball bearings and steel needle bearings. It weighs around 30 pounds and comes with the sausage stuffing tubes. The reviews are all positive for this unit and its capacity seems to be adequate for grinding up a whole deer. On Amazon it runs $287 with free shipping. At Academy it runs $219 with $10 shipping. The LEM line goes up to some very powerful models that can get very pricy. It seems like a solid company. That is my research so far.
  4. I had been watching a specific cut of meat, waiting for it to go on special because it had reached it's sell by date. Low and behold, when the date arrived, a hunk of meat which looked the same was on the shelf with a later expiration date. That is when I took the first picture, which shows an expiration date of the 23rd of January. Today I was back in the store, and the exact same piece of meat had been re-dated again to the 27th of January. I carefully inspected it, the two pictures are of the exact hunk of beef. Don't get me wrong, I like aged beef, but this is ridiculous. What do you think?
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