Meat Grinders

These Are All the KitchenAid Attachments You Need

If you think a KitchenAid stand mixer only does what it's name suggests, think again. This kitchen appliance is so versatile, you can make pasta, zoodles, sausage, and even a variety of juices with...

Meat grinders? What is recommended?

Sid Post
by Sid Post 1 year ago

Looking at the past threads, most of them are very old so here goes... What home use (non-commercial) meat grinders do you have? Or, what grinders have you used outside of your home? What advi...

Meat grinder uses

by Anonymous 1 year ago

I've been using my meat grinder quite a bit lately. So far, peanut butter, works pretty well. Where I live peanuts are great and cheap, peanut butter is expensive and that mass market stuff that...

Triangle Meat Grinder plate

by zlisik 3 years ago

Hello, can anyone discuss the uses of the triangle plate? Is classically used for specific preparations? Is it comparable to a large hole plate? Is it suitable for sausage stuffing? (after ev...

Best Appliance for Making Nut Butter?

by Seitan 11 years ago

After trying to make good nut butter (almond, peanut, and hazelnut) in my Vita Mix blender as well as my Champion Juicer, I'm still not thrilled with the results, which tend to be dry, uneven and ...

Meat Grinder Advice, Please

by ninrn 4 years ago

I'd like to buy a meat grinder and have some questions I hope some of you can answer. We will be using the grinder mostly to grind lamb, goat, and venison, maybe beef chuck and short rib meat, but ...

Help with beef tenderloin leftovers

by mrjones15 5 years ago

A couple months ago I took my first attempt at slaying a whole beef tenderloin. I ended up cutting the filet mignon out of it but I still had left overs and I would absolutely love to make some ste...

Can one grinder do it all?

by RealMenJulienne 9 years ago

Hello, I'm looking for an ideal grinder which may or may not exist. I'm picturing something which can grind anything from sausage to spices to coffee to wheat flour, just by swapping out a set of i...

Meat Grinder Noob = Tips and Tricks

by chefwong 5 years ago

Got me a 3/4 LEM grinder delivered on Saturday. In all fairness, I just washed it, threw it in the freezer, started cutting up some meat and was getting ready to do a grind.... --- I was pressed fo...

Hog butchery at home?

by Viro13 5 years ago

Not sure if i am posting in the correct place, but i am looking to buy a pig and butcher it at home. Our kitchen has a large granite island - which will make a great workspace, however i am worr...

KitchenAid grinder attachment vs. Champion Juicer?

by tubman 5 years ago

I've been treated to a friend's frozen banana "ice cream" which comes out beautifully from his Champion Juicer ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rAb4duG7nQ ). Would the food grinder attachment for...

Kitchen Aid Meat Grinder -- Gray Ooze

by walker 11 years ago

I finally used my meat grinder (for Asian chicken patties with semi frozen breasts) and a gray ooze was coming out of the middle area. I tried flicking that part out. I'd washed it well before us...

Kitchenaid Food Grinder attachment does not seem to fit my machine

by JoanNYC 11 years ago

Been wanting this for quite some time. However, I have the original Kitchenaid stand mixer.. model K5A. This has been a great machine. Never had a drop of trouble and is quite a workhorse. KA s...

What's a good mix for grinding ?

by brevardbelly 10 years ago

What would be some good types of meat for grinding for a 80-20 or 70-30 hamburger ? Chuck steak in my neck of the woods is more pricey than the London broil cut.

Meat Grinder Recs?

by eight_inch_pestle 11 years ago

Title pretty much says it all: looking to start making some of my own sausages, and am in the market for a meat grinder. Any feedback much appreciated. Thanks!

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