Thanks Todd Tomorrow I get to slice it & eat some
Get one. My family uses ours a number of times a week. They love slicing off some bacon or canadian bacon for breakfast, paper thin lunch meat for sandwiches, and I love it for slicing up 10 lbs of jerky meat in a matter of 2-3 minutes rather than an hour of hand slicing.
I love my slicer.
Bellies are getting high.
Did the same 12 on rest 12 on. How much anticipation can a guy have?
Ha! It will soon be time
Yup it's a great choice for bacon
Time to slice the bacon I got the trusty Hobart ready & went to town.
Here is one of the pieces ready to go.
I fired up the slicer & a couple minutes later I had bacon
Here is one piece.
& this is the other.
Fried pics soon to follow
Thanks man I don't have a thread yet for how I do my dry cured country hams. All my pics of the curing, hanging, aging etc. are on another card I lost track of when I was trying to make my pap what he wanted in his final days... I will search for it again & if I can't find it I can always start a new one soon...
WOOT that's total awesome sauce! It is beautiful, so shiny, self sharpening? Manual control....... She's a beauty!!
< In my best Tim "The Toolman" voice> Arrg arrg arrg arrg arrggggg !!
I paid 3.19 for a case(4 bellies 49#) and if not a case was 3.49. Average price per # was 3.79 or so after smoke. can't find my figures for pellets and brine-pops and dry which is Sausage Makers brown sugar country ham and a little salty but great.
Thanks man - I have more pics to put up but like I said in my wild turkey thread if I try to post pics my internet starts working slower than a slug running to the bathroom with diarrhea through a sack of cornmeal
Lol it's not self sharpening Foam but it only takes a minute to sharpen it.