CALLING ALL ENABLERS... Here's your chance !!!!

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JckDanls 07

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To scratch that enablers itch...

So I was slicing up a spatchcocked turkey tonight with our electric knife... well it kept cutting in and out and I was getting more and more pissed as it was messing up my "unprofessional" slicing job...

So that's what i'm in the market for... A new electric knife... Not a cheap one but not the most expensive one ether... somewhere in the middle of the road....

TIA...

Edited to say... It must have a case with it for storage...
 
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The only thing I use an electric knife for is filleting fish. That being said, the one I use has proven very durable and I have no complaints. I really give them a workout and they usually last me a couple of years. Cheap enough and sturdy enough for my use and I beat them up...

Edit to add that I remove the fillets with the rib bones as one piece, so I'm cutting through the bones. I then go back and cut the rib bones out with a regular knife.
 
The only thing I use an electric knife for is filleting fish. That being said, the one I use has proven very durable and I have no complaints. I really give them a workout and they usually last me a couple of years. Cheap enough and sturdy enough for my use and I beat them up...

Edit to add that I remove the fillets with the rib bones as one piece, so I'm cutting through the bones. I then go back and cut the rib bones out with a regular knife.
Bet that doesn't taste like chicken when you're done! :emoji_blush:
Sorry, can't be of any enabling help!

Ryan
 
I have an old Sunbeam twin blade . Got it as a wedding gift in '89 . Doesn't get a ton of use , but always does a great job .
Looks like they still make it , so maybe that's a good sign .
 
To scratch that enablers itch...

So I was slicing up a spatchcocked turkey tonight with our electric knife... well it kept cutting in and out and I was getting more and more pissed as it was messing up my "unprofessional" slicing job...

So that's what i'm in the market for... A new electric knife... Not a cheap one but not the most expensive one ether... somewhere in the middle of the road....

TIA...

Edited to say... It must have a case with it for storage...
no a lot of help but have had a couple over the years. one was 20 years old and the blades wouldn't stay in. bought a hamilton beach on amazon. only use it or turkey and occaisional rib roast. Works fine for me. it was definitely a budget knife. I don't know how it would hold up under constnt use. it is sharp though.


 
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I have an old Sunbeam twin blade . Got it as a wedding gift in '89 . Doesn't get a ton of use , but always does a great job .
Looks like they still make it , so maybe that's a good sign .
The one we have is a wedding present in 88. Don't get much use anymore but it's still kickin.
 
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Thanks for the reply's y'all... Looked at them all...

John ( fxsales1959 fxsales1959 ) ... That's the one I have now.. Had it for MANY of years.... No problems until now...

normanaj normanaj ... The ATK site is a pay site... but thanks for sending...

Still looking...
 
... The ATK site is a pay site... but thanks for sending...
I bought that same B&D on Amazon years ago when I first saw it on the show.

Just accessed that link from my phone and it's pay to see but on my laptop I can access the whole site.
 
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