Vintage # 73 Universal Meat Grinder Item sold but I always have old tools and unique items at my eBay Check out my eBay store: ...
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St. Charles County Suburban Journals St. Charles Antique Mall has a large variety of antique, vintage and collectible merchandise at affordable prices. The 200-plus dealers offer quality antique furniture, household items, sports collectibles and so much more. The staff is dedicated to [...]
Meet the 2017 Best of St. Charles County winners MEAT MARKET/BUTCHER. +1. Ribs 2. Volunteers serve up ribs from Mannino's Market in Cottleville at the 2014 Rhythm and Ribs fundraiser at St. Charles Community College. Courtesy of St. Charles Community College. Mannino's Market has been hand cutting [...]
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COOL STUFF: Finding happiness with vintage goods in Chester Maybe you spied an irresistibly cute apron by Moonfaerie Designs, handmade from vintage linens, tea towels, feed bags and even old wedding gowns. The Second Annual Repurpose Happiness Vintage and Maker Market featured “an eclectic group of merchants [...]
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Video: How to Sharpen Your Meat-Grinder Blades My Cabela's Commercial-Grade Grinder is more than five years old now and has gone through that many elk, probably a dozen deer, several antelope, and countless pounds of pork. I'm happy to say it still performs like new and even had zero trouble [...]
In 1909 the first successful electric toaster was introduced to the American public, and since then it's been full steam ahead for kitchen innovation. We now have appliances that not only cook in any way you can imagine, but can blend, whip, chop, spin, puree, grind, juice and dry. If your kitchen seems a little crowded or you simply desire to live a simpler life appliance-wise, here are a few vintage alternatives.Food processing: The modern food processor was invented to save time in the...
Photo by Jeffrey Saulton Dave Wilson, right, and Jonathan Wilson, both of Petroleum, start up an antique tractor at the 18th annual Pioneer Antique Power Association show at Howes Grove Park on Saturday in Belpre. Photo by Jeffrey Saulton Dave Wilson, right, and Jonathan Wilson, both of Petroleum, start up an antique tractor at the 18th annual Pioneer Antique Power Association show at Howes Grove Park on Saturday in Belpre. Photo by Jeffrey Saulton A 1929 Rumley Oil Pull tractor...
Gô is a thick white purée of well-soaked uncooked soybeans. It is more full bodied in texture than whipped cream, but not as thick as cream cheese. It is interesting to note that the Japanese character for g6 is also used to represent the verb kureru meaning "to give". This is appropriate, since gô is the source of each of the various tofu products, and it is the first transformation of whole soybeans in the alchemy of tofu-making. (EDITOR'S NOTE: Tofu is a protein-packed food made from...
In the spring, a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love. If he’s Polish, garlic, coarsely ground pork and marjoram may also be involved.That’s because Easter is kielbasa time for some Western New York families, who celebrate that feast day and Christmas by making five to 50 pounds of fresh Polish sausage. In these homes, setting up the sausage machine is as much a part of holiday preparations as decorating a tree.For guys like Ken Gawel, it wouldn’t be Easter dinner without...