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post #21 of 29

"Would your buddy need a taste tester?"  HEY!!!!!! Das my job.:biggrin:  lol.

post #22 of 29

Looks awesome, Disco. Thanks for sharing pics and recipe.

 

Noshrimp

post #23 of 29
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Looks awesome, Disco. Thanks for sharing pics and recipe.

 

Noshrimp

Thanks for checking out the post and the kind words!

 

Disco

post #24 of 29

Nice and I'm going to steal your cutting board idea for mounting my stuffer.  I have not found a good spot to attach those little clamps and this will work.

post #25 of 29
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Nice and I'm going to steal your cutting board idea for mounting my stuffer.  I have not found a good spot to attach those little clamps and this will work.

Glad I could help but I had to add another board to thicken it up.

post #26 of 29

Just wondering about the North of the boarder terminology, the pull out board from under the counter top, do you call it a bread board?

post #27 of 29
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Just wondering about the North of the boarder terminology, the pull out board from under the counter top, do you call it a bread board?

Nope, that's a cutting board. A bread board is stand alone. A two-four is a double case of beer. You sit on a chesterfield. This time of year you want a toque. And giv'n it means trying really hard.

 

Let me know if you need any more translation.

 

Disco

post #28 of 29
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Nope, that's a cutting board. A bread board is stand alone. A two-four is a double case of beer. You sit on a chesterfield. This time of year you want a toque. And giv'n it means trying really hard.

 

Let me know if you need any more translation.

 

Disco

Yep I agree, that is a cutting board.  I have not seen one of those for about 3 1/2 decades, my Grand mother had one and used it for everything but bread and cheese.  Houses built since the 1970s have not had these installed at all.  That is shame, because they were the cats tail end, as far as ease of use went.

post #29 of 29
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Yep I agree, that is a cutting board.  I have not seen one of those for about 3 1/2 decades, my Grand mother had one and used it for everything but bread and cheese.  Houses built since the 1970s have not had these installed at all.  That is shame, because they were the cats tail end, as far as ease of use went.

Har! I was born out of date. 

 

Disco

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