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Posted By: Joe Ames In Response To: Re: SPC (STEVE COOLEY)
Date: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 at 10:20 a.m.
In Response To: Re: SPC (STEVE COOLEY)
Here's what I do.
When I get my meat in, I grind it all with a coarse plate. For my own use, I then pack it into one pound units and freeze it.
Then when I want to make something I take out how much I need and in required combinations of meats.
I mix the sausage formula up using this coarse grind. Then, mix the coarse ground sausage mix to insure a good distribution of the ingredients and grind it again, using the appropriate size plates for the product.
Stuffing, I use a caulking gun, works just nice without the need to use 3 hands. ;-)
Using a pound of meat with the formula I posted makes a nice dinner for two.
Or if I make something like Hot Dogs, Brats,Polish sausage or lunchmeat, I will make a larger batch then freeze the finished product in meal size units using the Foodsaver.
BTW, I just finished grinding two pork butts and some stewing veal. ;-)
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