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fyrfli

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My mom bought this at a thrift store and said it was for making baguettes, with it being thin glass i cant see how it could handle the baking tempeture. Does anyone know what it is and how it is used?

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fyrfli

Wow.. that was fast lol! ive  been puzzling over this for weeks but had no idea how to discribe it thru google. Now to find instructions on use... n see if its worth anything lol! Especially since its an "as-seen-on-tv" product i cant see it being so great lol

 

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http://neufie.com/bake-a-round/

 

 

 Theres the instructions.... im going to try using it once or twice, but i bet its like that slap chop i bought n broke my first try lol

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PaddyL

Lucky you.  It has to be better than that stupid slap chop!

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EvaB

and I love my slap and chop, this is the third incarnation of the chopper I have, my first was a K-Tel product from the 1960's called a Blitz Hacker (same thing as the slap and chop but harder to clean) my mother in law gave me a nut chopper same basic idea but its in a jar with a lid, and a small round of wood in the bottom. I use them all for varying things, but the slap and chop wins hands down for ease of use, less force needed, and for cleaning up!

I make a large number of small meat and vegetable turnovers for Xmas and other celebrations, and the slap and chop makes quick work of chopping mushrooms, olives and onions for those fillings. Not to mentiuon garlic in large amounts for the tortiere pies.