"This was a great experience from beginning to end, items were exactly as advertised and they were shipped very quickly. Will definitely purchase from Pleasant Hill Grain again. Perfect!" — Mike T., ID
A quality machine that works nicely and is made to last. Sausage stuffer cylinder, base and frame are made of stainless steel. Chrome plated steel crank with polypropylene handle. Hardened resin gears are mounted on a steel gear bar for smooth, seamless operation and exceptional control over output of meat into casings.
Specs: Cylinder dimensions are 8"H x 6"W. Cylinder is removable (without tools) and piston is food grade plastic for fast, easy cleanup. Base is 6.5"D x 7.25"W. Overall dimensions are 13"W x 19"D x 17.25"H with screw lowered and handle attached. Meat capacity is 5 lbs.
Poly stuffing tubes included:
6" x 5/8" tip outside dia. (for breakfast sausage, wieners)
6" x 3/4" tip outside dia. (for Polish sausage, knockwurst)
6" x 1" tip outside dia. (for large salami, bologna)
“Above all, we’re very pleased with your courteous and honest service to us. I’m such a critic that when I praise something, it merits high praise indeed. I wouldn't bother to write this if I was not so favorably impressed.”
– Ed Casey, CA
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Manufacturer Part Number
The Sausage Maker
304 Stainless steel
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Would of gave 5 stars but wish was just about a lbs or or so bigger, most recipes are 5lbs and by the time you add liquid it all does not fit. Other then that it very well built and easy to use. Very happy with my purchase
"Above all, we’re very pleased with your courteous and honest service to us. I’m such a critic that when I praise something, it merits high praise indeed. I wouldn't bother to write this if I was not so favorably impressed." — Ed Casey, CA