Denny O there are a few still on Ebay. I paid about half for what they were listed for. Especially since shipping was free on this one. The seller combined the shipping for me from my other item.
There are also different editions of this from what I saw.
GWG8541 Good to be back, just starting to dig out… It was your thoughts ref Trail Bologna that brought good memories back of my travels thru Ohio and PA. Especially thru the Amish areas… And I’ve had the privilege of visiting that shop 4-5 decades ago. Infact just made 20lbs of the ring Bologna 4 months ago “1-1/2in” chubs. Vac’d, Souse Vide, quick chilled, and froze still in the vac bags… Worked out great. Didn’t smoke, took the blasphemes way out with liquid smoke… Cheers
calldoctoday I probably talk to my brother tomorrow and get his recipe. I have to catch him at home. He is suppose to be retired but took on contract work from a former contractor who worked for him and begged him to repair some IT and computer problems that he only seems to know how to repair.
FatMac_1186 I have done lots of research on the subject and found that the c*****s mixers will work on the new carnivore and old (Weston) c*****s branded grinders. I have the same grinder as you but in a #12 size. It fits the c*****s mixer fine.
The issue with grinder to mixer comparability isnt the splined shaft, most are 3/4"x6 spline, but is the size of the opening where you bolt the grinder housing to. L*M, waltons, lincoln outfitters seem to be all the same and the c*****s/weston butcher series are the odd man out. BTW, I love my 50lb c*****s mixer but they can be very hard to find. Noone makes adapters that I could find.
I think about my father and brother, my dad was deployed to Vietnam and my brother who joined while he was in college. I do know this, I wouldn’t be who I am without a strong military influence growing up. So, today I hope everyone appreciates their freedoms, cause plenty of people sacrificed their lives so we can have them!
You can use the Poly Tubing for burgers like that but A) they are expensive as they come in large quantities and are designed for commercial productions and B) they are too big. So, YooperDog suggestion of using the 3" casings is a good one. I Played around with another insert for the Walton's Quick Patty Maker but I couldn’t make it work. It might be possible to 3-d print? pr0wlunwoof did we ever do anything with this? I thought we had looked at doing it but I can’t remember where we left off?