Slicing Meats And Cheeses Is A Pleasure With This 19th Century Wooden Sausage Cutter
I'm glad to introduce a device that doesn't require any futuristic updates in appreciation of these simpler times. Say hello to the wooden salami cutter, which was inspired by a 19th-century design! This 19th century wooden sausage cutter is made of authentic beach wood and may be used as a charcuterie board.
Wursthobel Salamiblitz - TOP Mühlemann
People have been designing high-tech gadgets specifically for meat for years. Anyone up for a stuffed meatball maker? What about the LED-illuminated steak thermometer? But every now and then, you need to take a break from looking ahead and start looking back.
After all, folks didn't have cutting-edge alternatives like the floating barbecue grill back in the day. They were tenacious and determined people who had to make do with basic materials like iron, brick, and wood.
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The entire device is composed of wood, including the wooden safety peg, except the serrated stainless steel blade. It makes you feel like you've taken a step back in time when you use it.
This vintage sausage slicer is ideal for slicing salami, hard cheese, fruits, and vegetables. With this salami slicer, you can neatly cut anything up to 2.5 inches broad.
The sharp blade is completely changeable, and there's a space for your hand so you can slice things safely and quickly.
Simply place your sausage, fruit, vegetable, or other items on the platform and rotate the handle back and forth to cut tiny slices of whatever you're cutting.
The old wooden salami cutter is charming enough to display at a party. Allow your visitors to cut their own salami; this will keep you out of the kitchen and give you more time to drink too much wine.
The standard sausage slicing machine is 11.4 inches long, 7.8 inches wide, and 3.5 inches in height, making it ideal for most kitchen surfaces.
The 19th century wooden sausage cutter's bottom has modern non-skid feet to keep it from sliding about while you're cutting things, and there's a small spherical space where the food may pile up as you slice.
People are (nearly) as enamored with the wooden salami slicer as I am. According to one five-star reviewer,
“This product is solid, easy to assemble, and easy to use. This is perfect for the at-home cook who likes to use salted cured meats in their cooking. Shouldn't be used for anything not recommended in the user guide.”
Don't try to use this 19th century wooden sausage cutter for anything that isn't stated in the user instructions, such as slicing cigars or opening champagne bottles. Also, be careful, because this item is razor-sharp!