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  1. Road kill chook for dinner you can't beat it . Sent from my SM-T835 using Tapatalk
    5 points
  2. Marinated duck with some Japanese spice, those specks are sea weed, tasty spice. No plate
    4 points
  3. @Tyrus I wouldn't bother with a plate either, just eat it right off the stick
    3 points
  4. Hello, Been using my KK for about a year now and absolutely love it. I have read countless questions regarding the shaft to the Rotisserie motor being too long or too short and people cutting it down to fit. I had the same problem in that my Rotisserie shaft was too long and solved the problem by simply buying stainless steel washers (same size as came with the KK) plus l bought 3 of the same stainless steel hex bolts that were half an inch longer than the 1 inch ones that came with the KK You need the longer bolts so there is sufficient threads on the bolt to engage the threads in the KK bolt holes after you add the washers otherwise the bolt's threads may strip when you tighten them down. Both of these items I found on Amazon. Washers: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B000BD5HEA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Bolts: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07D5W7QH2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I used the washers and bolts to lengthen the distance the motor bracket sits out from the KK. Simply place the washers on the 3 bolts between the motor bracket and your KK and adjust accordingly. By utilizing this method you can adjust the length the motor bracket sits out from the KK without cutting down the shaft plus this allows you to adjust for any Rotisserie motor you use in the future if not the original motor that came with the KK. I hope this post is helpful.
    3 points
  5. I want a Berkel! I would, except for storing and cleaning. Berkel Manual Fly Wheel Slicer (330M) Video
    2 points
  6. I would love to have one of those slicers but i would also love to keep all 10 fingers for life, so no slicer for me lol
    2 points
  7. I'm not sure if anyone's presented a meat slicer for review or the reasoning behind the purchase. What brought me around to making this purchase started first with an idea of a tall thinly sliced roast beef sandwich with lettuce, tomato and mayo on rye. From there this Beswood Model 250 ended up on my doorstep lookin for a home. Now this kitchen appliance isn't a daily user nor does it fit on the counter to stay, but it will slice all your meats efficiently, quietly and nicely whenever you have a mind to do something with intention. I have it in mind for marinated roasts of pork, beef and lamb and possibly some turkey and chicken breasts with the purpose in mind to shrink wrap for storage. Also, bacon and even cuts for beef jerky came to mind as another thought. Along with this I ordered some meats from Porter Road, I think they're in Tennessee, two bottom round roasts and a top round. I've always noticed here others purchasing on occasion their meats on line, something I was always was reluctant to do, reason being is seeing and touching what's in front of me has been my choice vs a picture on the computer screen. Well, I finally pulled the trigger and considering a little wait around Xmas, the package arrived and I found myself pleasantly surprised with the quality. Whomever packed the box inadvertently tossed in another 6lb top round....Merry Xmas. So thanks, with reluctance and the constant exposure hereI finally came around and broke the mold. So it does what a slicer does, evenly cuts cheese, meats, veggies or breads with precision. It works quietly with a belt drive and effortlessly along a gliding track, what more could you ask for. So the deed was done and I gave it a try, the sandwich was yummy. It has the Tyrus stamp of approval, whatever that's worth...I like it, watch them pinky's though if you are ever of a mind to buy one or similar.
    1 point
  8. Especially if your still plucking that guitar Mr Bonamassa! AHH, if I can do it you can do it, simple as learning your ABC's. I want one too. I also wanted to fly in space recently, but William Shatner took my spot. It's a beauty and for north of 14K it should sing a whole opera while slicing your meat. If it's any consolation, the Beswood has it's 10 inch blade manufactured in Italy so that might put me in the ball park, hopefully near the concession stand where they sell the beer. Thanks Syzygies
    1 point
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  10. Like a true Viking, why didn't I think of that. Can't forget the mead too.
    1 point
  11. I couldn’t resist the football reference @Tyrus. My Eagles’ presence in the playoffs is even more unexpected. It has been quite the season so far. I look forward to every weekend. “Any given Sunday” is so true.
    1 point
  12. Isn't that always the way? 🤗 I agree, having a slicer means that you can buy hunks of cured meat or make bacon and get it sliced exactly to your liking. I love ours but feel we do not get as much use out of it as we should. The fact that it does not fit on the counter means that it is not easily accessible and cleaning it up after each use is a bit of a bind. That said, having my irregular shaped loaves sliced and tamed by this machine makes them look almost professional and that can't be bad.
    1 point
  13. No need. I glow in the dark after working at a nuclear power plant for 30 years!
    1 point
  14. Toney might of been using a black light, you know how they work...very suspicious, but mesmerizing nevertheless. Nice touch.
    1 point
  15. Nicely done on both cooks! Congrats on your Dad's 70th! I did a Prime Top Round roast that I found "buried" in the downstairs freezer. Indirect, with Guru at 250F, smoker pot of mesquite and post oak. Cooked to 195F. Wrapped in butcher paper slathered with Wagyu beef tallow at 170F. Took a bit longer than I had anticipated (an extra hour), but I was happy with the outcome - crazy smoke ring! Plated with sous vide mashed potatoes with gravy made with the shallot crack sauce (awesome!) and some "roasted" corn (LOL - I over did it a bit and the paprika got really dark!)
    1 point
  16. Prime rib. Rubbed with Worcester sauce yesterday. Sea salt, black pepper, garlic & onion powered rub cooked at 350 on rotisserie and basted with butter, olive oil, garlic, rosemary, thyme & a dash of soy sauce baste mixture. Mesquite wood chucks to add smoke flavor potatoes Au Gratin with Gruyère cheese, fennel & sweet onions Side Caesar salad not pictured chocolate crusted oreo cookie ice cream pie and chocolate crusted strawberry ice cream pie
    1 point
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