Demonstration of grinding pork butts with three different Enterprise hand crank meat grinders.
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Want to see what 10000 pounds of sausage looks like? The meat is being processed at Farm Fresh Meats in Robertsdale, destined for the Elberta German Sausage Festival this weekend, in Elberta, Alabama, where it will be cooked over a trough of fire 40 feet long. They will cook about 1,000 pounds an hour [...]
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New shop Been There joins Alton's 'Antiques Row' Other items include primitive pieces, antiques such as Mason jars, which are buy-one-get-one free, old meat grinders and much more. Among some of the primitive items is an 1800s “flip-flop” table, of which the table top flips up to face an open-hearth [...]
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Designer Harry Heissmann's Unusual Collection Stands made by companies such as Louisenwerk, Harzer, and Alexanderwerk (which also produced manual meat grinders and kitchen scales) are displayed here, there, and everywhere. They are loaded onto the shelves of a chrome-plated étagère, arranged on [...]
Restaurant Review: Palle by Moretti For all its orneriness, Palle by Moretti is prima facie innocence and cuteness. Its booths are upholstered in sunny yellow. Chairs are in rainbow hues, and sunny sunflowers accent the decor. You might not notice that the servers wear shirts with two [...]
@mycoopfood Anything with meat. Rissoles made with lamb minced with an old fashioned mincer with a rotating handle! Go figure ☺
'Black Quotidian: Everyday History in African-American Newspapers' helps create more complete picture of U. S. history We’ve all heard of Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks and Malcolm X. But what about Juanita Blocker, Bayard Rustin, Chrystal Tulli,... That was the impetus behind Delmont’s yearlong digital history project, Black Quotidian: Everyday History in African-American Newspapers.
Chuck Stinnett: 'The Amazing Jumbo' lived simply, always as an underdog There were just 33 names signed in the guest register, and none of them were blood relatives. Check out this story on thegleaner. com/story/news/columnists/chuck-stinnett/2017/02/25/chuck-stinnett-amazing-jumbo-lived-simply-always-underdog/98208452/ There were just 33 names signed in the guest register, and none of them were blood relatives. Still, the small chapel at Benton-Glunt Funeral Home held quite a few friends and members of the de facto family of Marvin Floyd, known universally around town as Jumbo, or “Jum” to his friends. In my first encounter with him, he was at the end of a small parade in the magazine aisle of the old Matt’s News & Gifts, next door to Ruby’s Café. Just keep moving.
Sausage is a simple food: just seasoned meat stuffed into a cleaned casing. The hard part is getting it in there.Technically, all you really need for the job is something to chop the meat, and some device to push the chopped meat through the casing. You can even stuff casings by hand, as people did for centuries.These days home cooks tend to use a counter-top grinder for both jobs. Typically, they grind the meat, then they remove the blade and cutting plate, fit a stuffing tube in their place...
Do you ever stop and think about just how much things have changed since we were kids? Aside from the obvious differences technology has introduced that we come in contact with every day (like the internet and satellite TV), there are several little things that we just don’t come across anymore. We’re not saying this is for better or for worse, but it’s fun to reminisce on these objects that were always around when we were younger. Also, not everything on this list is “extinct.” In fact, some...
Doll's house miniatures maker Barry Harris, of Lincs, has collected the gadgetsHe amassed 25 pieces of 19th and early 20th century kitchenalia over 40 yearsThey are to be sold at auction on Wednesday and expect to sell for thousands Impressive electricity-free devices include meat mincers and even a cake makerBy Imogen Blake For MailonlinePublished: 07:27 EST, 15 May 2017 | Updated: 07:34 EST, 15 May 2017 Kitchen gadgets are a must for anyone who is serious about cooking - and...