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    Meat slicer

    I just ordered a new slicer with an extra non-serrated blade to slice up sirloin roasts. I ordered this one

    http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/stor...cer/1040425122

    Any one ever use this one before? Wish they carried it in the store to see but it got really good reviews and the one I have is at least 25 years old so I can only go uphill. Going to cook the other two roasts and get ready to slice

    #2
    I have one just like it. I used my mostly to slice smoked turkey breast.
    Last edited by DWCowles; October 19, 2015, 08:02 PM.

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      #3
      Looks like it had good reviews. Chef Steps is a good company, so I think you'll like it.

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        #4
        Let us know how it works for you. 4.5 stars on Amazon with over 500 reviews. I've been looking for one to slice up all the bacon I'll be making this year for the holidays.
        Normally I would order from Amazon using the referral link (same price and it's Prime) but I keep getting these 20% off coupons for BB&B and $30 off is nothing to sneeze at.

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        • gardenfish
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          Im with you on that. The 20% paid for the smooth blade.

        #5
        Got it delivered yesterday and tried her out on 2nd the sirloin roast. It set up easily and cut very well. After 6-10 slices it starts to have a tail on the meat as with all the other home style slicers I have used but just turn the meat around every so often and problem solved.

        The 615 model has a little removable plastic deflector at the bottom of the blade that keeps whatever your cutting from getting pulled into the blade and it works awesome. Wish my other slicers had had this feature. There is a nice little tray to put on the bottom to catch the cuttings. The cutting carriage locks for storage and has a nice aluminum food pusher that feels pretty solid and glides nicely. For the price with the 20% off coupon, which paid for the extra smooth blade, I would definitely buy again. It comes with a serrated blade.

        Didnt feel much heat after 5 mins slicing. I am smoking a couple more sirloin roasts tomorrow and will slice them up Mon. or Tues. so I'll give it more use but I don't see any thing to worry about. It will definitely get its use with me

        I sliced a few thicker slices for dinner tonight, Roast beef, mashed, gravy, and fresh carrots. And then thinly sliced the rest for sandwhiches and vacuum sealed for freshness



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          #6
          Neat. I'd like to save up for a 12"

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          • gardenfish
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            Me too. I shaved my thumb a few times as a kid in the restaurant on one when I first started cooking and becoming a chef.

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