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|Subject: Re: where old race horses go||Date: 2/14/2013 4:52 PM|
|Author: Art53||Number: 671574 of 864966|
"Makes a person wonder what other animals might be going into your burgers. Is nothing sacred anymore?" - ResNullius
I rarely buy all ready ground meat. Most of the time I grind my own meat. A few days ago I deboned and ground up two whole Boston Butts and then yesterday I thawed out a couple of large top round steaks, a whole Turkey Breast, and a large pork steak and cut it into chunks and mixed it together and ground it all up together.
I had a "Chop Rite" meat grinder for like 37 years that I used till it finally wore out. I bought it at Athens Hardware for like $300. A few months ago I got a circular in the mail with a coupon for $20.00 off at Northern Hardware and I knew they sold meat grinders and the circular also had one on sale that was normally $129.00 sellling for $99.00. So I took my coupon to Northern Hardware and ended up getting a fairly decent meat grinder for ~ $80.00 + tax. It's made in China and isn't quite as sturdy as my old one but should last as long as I do.
This is the one I bought:
Kitchener #12 Electric Meat Grinder — 1/2 HP
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