Weston 36-1001-W #10 Deluxe Manual Meat Grinder
- Mounts directly to your countertop
- Grinds 2-3 lb. of meat per minute
- Includes 2 grinding plates for fine and coarse grinding
- Includes 3 stuffing funnels, a flange, and a stuffing star
|Weston 36-1001-W Specs|
|Width||10 3/4 Inches|
|Depth||8 1/2 Inches|
|Height||8 1/2 Inches|
|Capacity||2 - 3 lb. per minute|
|Type||Meat Choppers / Grinders|
Weston 36-1001-W Details
Make sausages, hamburgers, and more with this Weston 36-1001-W deluxe #10 manual meat grinder! Featuring a C-clamp so you can mount it directly to your countertop, this manual meat grinder will grind 2-3 lb. of meat per minute. It comes with 2 grinding plates (a coarse 10mm plate and a fine 4.5mm plate) as well as 3 stuffing funnels (14mm, 19mm, 24mm) with a flange and stuffing star for a variety of meat grinding and stuffing applications. This unit's food safe tin coating and nylon auger bearing ensure that this meat grinder will stand up to the test of time.
Width: 10 3/4"
Height: 8 1/2"
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I’m of the belief that you will never have a better burger than one that is created using freshly ground beef. For that reason I wanted to venture away from depending on store ground beef to produce the results that I’m looking for. I picked up this Weston Manual Meat Grinder with the purpose of making phenomenal burgers. So far so good. The manual nature is not for the faint of heart but if you can muscle through the work you will be handsomely rewarded in the results.
Excellent old style grinder , this grinder is made super heavy duty , to take care of all my needs in grinding meat and anything else i might need to, clamp could allow for a thicker mounting surface, but the plus's surly out weight the neg's on this, and it comes with the sausage feed, love it..!
We bought this to see if this is something we would like doing. It was a low cost way to try it out. We found it's better to have two people to operate it as we couldn't really get it secured with just the thumb screw. It's a great way to get started and for small runs. Prep is key with it, make sure you remove the silver skin and sinew. If it gets clogged, just take one turn backwards to help clear the cutter. Cleanup wasn't difficult, and we used both food safe silicone spray and grease to treat the parts. Ended up replacing it with a .5hp grinder. For us, we will pay for the new grinder with the savings on ground pork and sausage.
The good: This is an economical, entry level appliance that is substantial and rugged. With care and proper hand washing, it appears to be capable of lasting many years. It is simple to assemble and use, and the directions are clear and readily understood. The ground meat has a consistent texture. The bad: It's inefficient, as the grinder simply does not self feed. Even with first cubing the meat, removing 95% of any connective fiber/silverskin, and chilling it to 35F, the meat simply spun around the auger, leaving a red smear in the grinding chamber. Only by using a shot glass to provide constant pressure on the meat was it possible to push food into the knife and grinding plate. The last bit of meat remaining in the grinding chamber had to be pushed forward with bread fed into hopper. Summary: For occasional, low volume use - in my case, making hamburgers and sausage out of preferred cuts or kinds of meat.Thank you for your review! If you are ever looking for recommendations our Customer Solutions team is happy to help!
Burgers, sausage can't get any easier with this amazing hand meat grinder. Easy to use and clean as well. Attach it to your counter top and butcher block and you got yourself a wonderful meat grinder.
I got this to grind up fish heads and bones, and it'll do it, but if you're going to be in a salty environment like I was, you better lubricate it every time you use it.
Good meat grinder..Its very heavy and built to last. I did up a 5 lb package of boneless skinless chicken breast with it. Firstly I cubed up the breast into 2inch squares partially freezing them on a cookie sheet. Washed-- dried and lubed the grinder added the cubes and away I went. Worked out very good, very happy with it. I used shortening to lube all the threads--cutters and lubed the nylon bearing at the crank handle end. Don't use meats with tough tissue like tendons, or high fat thats tough...... otherwise you have to stop and unclog it. Only grind choice cuts. Partially freezing your meat cubes is recommended. Very soft flimsy meats will not grind as well as partially frozen. As a example of You can grind ice and carrots because of the hardness. Avoid mushy material.
I love grinding my own meat for burgers and sausage. I love knowing what’s going in my product and the quality of meat I use. This grinder is very heavy duty and makes fast work of the meat. I partially freeze the meat and it goes through the grinder quickly. If you use meat that is fatty of have a lot of strings, the blade and stuffer will jam and slow down your work much faster. Also the die and blade is not stainless steel and will rust immediately if you don’t dry it off and spray with oil promptly. I was shock how fast rust formed.
well at first i received a meat grinder without any others parts it was incomplete but after a rapid call to the customer service they solve the issue right away the customer service was great and they sent me a new replacement on the original box so i got completely satisfy with my new meat grinder
We actually bought this as a Christmas present for someone who has broken two of the flimsy store models the past few years. They were delighted at how well made this is.
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