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Meat Slicer / Electric All Purpose Fold Away Slicer Model 1044
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NewNew! Vintage Rival Fold-Away Electric Food Slicer Model 1044 White
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Rival Meat and Cheese Food Electric Fold Away Food Slicer
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Rival Fold-Up Electric Food Slicer (Model 1042)
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Rival Fold-Up Electric Deli Food Meat Cheese Slicer Model 1044
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Slicers & Electric Knives
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Rival Fold Up Adjustable Food Slicer
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Krups ~ Slice It ~ Electric Cheese Deli Meat Food Slicer Box/Manual 213 Fold-up
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Folding Food Slicer - Bookshelf

Field Dressing and Butchering Deer, Step-by-Step Instructions, from Field to Table
142 pages
Field Dressing and Butchering Deer, Step-by-Step Instructions, from Field to Table

Another handy item is a good-quality electric food slicer. It's great for slicing large quantities of meat for jerky. ChePsChoice has two excellent models. Their International Folding Electric Food Slicer Model 650 is a heavy-duty professional  ...

Field Dressing and Butchering Big Game, Step-by-Step Instructions, from Field to Table
216 pages
Field Dressing and Butchering Big Game, Step-by-Step Instructions, from Field to Table

Their International Folding Electric Food Slicer Model 650 is a heavy-duty professional slicer that folds compactly for easy storage. It can also easily be taken to hunting camp. They also offer their International Professional Model 640, a rugged ...

Giddy for Kitchen Gadgets and Gizmos

  Yes, all those things that most people can't wait to get rid of when they down size, or decide they don't like to cook, I love. I loved to whip eggs using it when making scrambled eggs. And then there was the chopper, with its triple blade and it too had a wooden handle, which was used to chop anything from eggs for egg salad, cooked chicken livers for chopped liver or anything else that needed to be chopped and diced. There was also a metal cherry pitter that hand handles that looked like an industrial syringe, and every summer we would pit cherries for pies, tarts, or just because it was fun to use. I started out with a garlic press, I had a garlic roaster, and folding pie molds to make hand tarts or empanadas with.   I had the pizza stone and clay baker and clay bowl, which made juicy tender chicken when you put the bowl over the baker. And of course I can't forget to mention the apple and potato peeler, corer and slicer, which made cork screw ribbons of apples or potatoes. I have collected all of these items in an effort to make my love of cooking easier, and for the "just in case" moments. Just in case I want to make french bread in the shape of a heart, I have a baking tube for that. Just in case I want to take my home grown tomatoes (which I will grow some day soon I hope), and use a food mill to make the perfect tomato sauce, I've got that too. Having all these gadgets also makes me feel confident in the kitchen, like I can tackle any recipe because I've got the right tool. It's fun for me. I admit I do have a couple of "as seen on TV" gadgets, like the Betty Crocker Bake'n Fill pan (which I have used and works well), and the Pancake Puff pan (I have yet to use) which makes little puffy pancakes that you can fill...  My latest useful additions to my collection, however, is a corn peeler which scrapes the corn right off the cob, and a pineapple slicer and corer. Yes, I could use a mandolin (yes, I have one of those too) or a good old fashioned knife to cut the kernels off, but this tool does it so much better. Through the years I have weeded out some items like the bread maker and an electric wok, and a deep fryer, which actually I'm sorry I let that one go. Now, there are some gadgets that I think are silly and I would never buy, like the pickle grabber.   It looks cool, with is three prongs that retract in and out of a pen like case, but I would use a fork or maybe even my fingers to get a pickle out of a jar.

Folding Food Slicer - News

In life, labor, chef plays it à la minute
He's racked up multiple wins in local Iron Chef and margarita competitions, released a cookbook last year “Modern Southwest Cooking” (Rio Nuevo Publishers) and was a Food & Wine 2013 Best New Chef Southwest nominee. But that doesn't mean Clark 

Apple jacked: Pick a bushel and dish 'em up
Place flour and salt into bowl of food processor fitted with dough blade. 2. Add butter Crimp edges together by twisting all around or folding over from bottom and pressing with fork. 12. Using a mandolin slicer, cut apples and place in medium

Companies work to make food products look natural
Bernell Dorrough, a 31-year-old web marketing coordinator in the Mobile, Ala., area, recently opted for the store brand lunchmeat at the local Publix supermarket in part because the slices came loosely packed in folds rather than in the traditional

Chemical-Free Cleaning: Revisited
Two things happened in 2010 that impacted the way we approach sanitation. First, a book entitled Extreme Green Cleaning by Vince Elliott was published and made available to the janitorial industry. In it, the author detailed a performance-based

The Vollrath Company Celebrates 140 years
The Vollrath Company, premier manufacturer of smallwares and equipment, announces the 140th anniversary of the company's founding on the tail of an aggressive growth strategy that nearly doubled the number of employees and included six acquisitions 

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