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Old 03-27-2005, 11:48 AM   #51
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Reminds me of that Senifeld episode when Kramer gets a slicer...aside from slicing pastrami and corned beef...are you guys going to start buying in bulk and slice your own or something?
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Like I said, I only use it about 10 times a year...but when I do, it's worth every penny. Don't forget buckboard bacon, sliced ribeyes or any beef for phillys, and paper thin smoked turkey breast.
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Old 04-14-2005, 10:44 AM   #53
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Finally Bought My Meatslicer

I bought my meat slicer today. Got $25 off with promotional code and free shipping.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/de ... 8&v=glance

I'm really looking forward to using this on brisket to get those paper thin stacked high sandwiches. I'll post a review after first use.
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Old 04-14-2005, 03:43 PM   #54
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wow...good looking unit! I'm sure you'll like it!
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AND, you managed to save .04% off the retail price...remind me not to use you as a car buying resource!!
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AND, you managed to save .04% off the retail price...remind me not to use you as a car buying resource!!
LOL! Ok Gregg, you think you got me on that one but I actually started looking at these units at Cooking.com and Chefs.com. Chefs charged the same but charges 10% for shipping ($40.00). Cooking.com actually marked the unit up to $459.95 and charges 4.99 shipping so the total cost there is $464.94. I got $.04 off at Amazon and another $25 for entering in their April special code and got free shipping making my total price $374.95 for a savings of $89.99 off of Cooking.com's price and approximately $65 off of Chef's price so I didn't do to bad unless you consider I spent $375 for a meat slicer! That brisket better be worth it! Hey it might come in handing at SmokeStock 2005.

P.S. Don't forget the sales tax that I would have paid if I bought it at a retailer in Ohio and thats another $27.00 of savings . Not too shabby at all!
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