Well, not me. My waffle iron plates are two sided, so I flip them over and bingo, sandwich press. #notallwaffleirons
#2 is America’s Best Thing:
Read that at first as “mac & cheese” and fully approved.
Doesn’t have to be. You can use it for any ol’ kind of pizza, if you’re determined enough.
Yes, and I purchased a good, well made, super easy to use (with has relief valve, user replaceable O rings, etc). But it only makes sausage! Anyone less crazy than me, hunters, etc. don’t need one, because they are by definition a unitasker.
Sausage in a casing from a piping bag, not hard. And that costs $0.25 and not $300. Or just make coppa, or mortadella, or black/white puds. But this lovely, wonderful tool is a unitasker
(Now who wants a banger?)
One time I made a large pizza:
But this other time, I made an extra large. I CALLED IT
You can banger me in the ass with some fresh Aeropressed coffee anytime.
the second image is great - and the manufacturer of this thingy has a wide range of weird contraptions. the machines could play a role in a bad sci-fi movie
I don’t want that, I need that.
Cool story: I approached one of their vp’s via a cold call, just for fun,to see if they’d make a cheese press version.
They said, “…how did you get this number and… Maaaaybe?”
I protest. These aren’t weird contraptions, they’re for installing conduit, gas lines, etc., without opening a big ass trench.
Why not both? Weird and useful!
I tend to discount piping bags for every thing. Since I can’t even get them to work as piping bags. Some one should invent a culinary calk gun. Maybe I could alter a cookie press (though those tend to be awful as well).
that… is an awesome idea…
let me check with a friend
stainless tube with threads on either end, caps with holes cut in them, a removable nozzle like a sausage stuffer, a ‘follower’ that is lathed with a bevel to take a silicone o-ring… but the pushing mechanism?
you could thread it like an apple press, so you don’t need a spring loaded mechanism.
There are cheap, unreliable versions. The pair I have are the ones listed in the link. They’re made of 18/8 stainless steel, and can hoist a 30 pound bird.