[Sca-cooks] OOP Mandolin
otsisto at socket.net
Sat Feb 16 17:31:13 PST 2008
I've had a cheap plastic one from a Chinese grocery store that has lasted me
6 yrs in making Welsh chips. The drawback is the pronged holder that
prevents you from cutting yourself. You waste about 1/2" of veggy. But that
isn't a bad idea of adding a mandolin to the feast tools.
I've got an Oneida that I got at Target for about $30 that has
features similar to the Matfer? that we had in the kitchen of the
catering company I used to work for. I really like the screw
adjustment for cutting thickness and the removable blades for
vertical slicing at the same time. It seems fairly sturdy.
I haven't used it in a feast yet. I'll probably be bringing it to
help with prep at Black Oak Lodge but that's in a month.
At 12:25 PM 2/16/2008, you wrote:
>I have a eight string mandolin now I'm in the market for a mandolin slicer
>(but not to slice the mandolin). Since I do feasts and the occasional
>catering job, I want one that will stand up to commercial or
>rigors. Suggestions about makes, models, design, and features are
>and appreciated. Likes and dislikes will be considered.
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