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Perfect, it's exactly like the one my mom had way back when. It brings back the memories when I was a child. I know I will keep it forever and pass it down to my grandchildren....
Weston #10 Manual Meat Grinder and Sausage Stuffer
- Meat grinder features heavy-duty nylon bearings for long life
- Grinds approximately 1-2 pounds of meat per minute
- Kitchen device disassembles for easy cleanup
- Grinder is made of cast iron with a hot-tinned coating
- High-grade, hardened-steel plates and knives
- Wood-grip handle
- Clamp-on style
- Includes one carbon steel cutting knife and two grinding plates
- Three stuffing funnels
- Three inch wide x four inch long hopper opening
- Measures 11 inches long x 8.5 inches wide x four inches deep
- Model number 36-1001-W
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Perfect, it's exactly like the one my mom had way back when. It brings back the memories when I was a child. I know I will keep it forever and pass it down to my grandchildren.Read More
Had a hard time keeping it clamped to the counter top but it did what I wanted. I used it to made turkey sandwich spread.Read More
Bought this specifically to grind chicken breast. Works great! Had to order food safe silicone online as that is needed to keep it in good working order. Wish I had known this when I ordered it but I just coated the blade and plate with olive oil after the initial use for a few days until the silicone arrived. Works great for what I intended it for! As always, received quickly and in perfect condition. Just what you expect from Overstock. Thanks!Read More
I bought this grinder to use for stiffing sausage casings. I have a similar grinder that is more that 100 years old. It worked very well.Read More
I should have ordered the No. 8 - a smaller one. This one is too big and clunky. Doesn't even fit on the edge of my counter. Will give it to someone in my family who might use it and who might have the right type of counter tops. Never got to use it so can't really rate it's performance.Read More
Bought this grinder a few weeks ago and made sausage with it that week. The grinder is easy to assemble and does an excellent job grinding and stuffing the casings. The grinder is very well made and the clamping mechanism holds the grinder firmly to the table. I would recommend this grinder to my friends. Overstock shipped my grinder promptly and it arrived in very good condition. Thank you for a good shopping experience.Read More
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