My Favorite Slicer Recipe

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My Favorite Slicer

Albert Reynolds

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This slicer belonged to my momma. I remember her using it over 50 years ago, when I first started learning how to cook.
Through the years, I have looked in flea markets, discount stores, even, in Good Will, but, I have never seen another like it anywhere.
My suggestion is, if you ever see one like it, buy it. It's well worth the money, at any price.


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Prep:

5 Min

Method:

No-Cook or Other

Ingredients

1
stand
1
thin slicer, on the stand
1
thick slicer
1
course grater
1
fine grater
1
shredder

Directions Step-By-Step

1
The stand has three (3) suction cups on the base.
Moisten these & it will stay in place while you work.
2
Select the slicer or grater you need & attach it to the stand as shown in the picture.
3
Place a bowl under the chute to catch the slices as they come out of the open end of the slicer.
4
Place your vegetables in the chute, hold a slight pressure with your left hand while turning the handle with your right hand.
5
As you get used to using this machine, the faster you can use it. We can slice 5 pounds of potatoes in minutes.
The faster you turn the handle, the faster it slices.
6
"Be Careful! These blades are sharp!"
They'll slice fingers just as easily as they slice vegetables.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Heirloom