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Unread 01-13-2008, 10:39 AM   #16
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this is what i use...but i bought mine direct from the guy that makes them..unfortunately, can't find the site. will post when i do though.
http://www.instawares.com/satin-supr...=08-43121331-2
puts out a lot of pepper..rechargable...adjustable from fine to coarse.
ok found the link to where i bought mine originally.
http://www.peppermills.com/
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Them look like some mighty fine grinders, Boatnut. I would love to have a couple in my kitchen for spices.

Do you think one of them would grind whole cloves real fine. What about cinammon sticks [broken up]?
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Whatever you do get a good one as I just threw two away that wouldn't grind dust!
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Best pepper grinder (and salt shaker) I have ever owned.

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Is Shrek used for pounding basil? lol
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Unread 01-13-2008, 07:16 PM   #21
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OK, me three. Turkish grinders work very well and give a fine grind. You won't need to buy a Zassenhaus though - they are about $80 these days. A good Greek model should do just fine.
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I have a stone motor and pestal. It works great for peppercorns and for making wet marinades.
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I remember an old thread from a year or two ago. Unicorn got rave reviews then too.
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I use a brass Turkish Coffee grinder. Same type as Jeff Smith an old chef who was on tv used. Bought it in 2003 for about $30 dollars at a store called World Market.
I also use one of those grinders and also got it at World market. Great for a few tablespoons of pepper...


When I need a bunch of fresh ground pepper, like when making up rubs, I use a burr type coffee mill I picked up several years ago for like $15. This is the one I have.


For table use and stuff, we just use the regular old wooden pepper mill...

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You could always go the Alton Brown method and hook up a crank one to the chuck of your cordless drill.
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I've had the magnum for about a year or so and love it. I bought it after going through several of the battery powered POSs.
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I've got the magnum and it's the best grinder I've ever used. Two quick turns and there's plenty of peper for most folks. On my fried eggs, three or four cranks and you can barely see the egg under the peper. If your looking for a grinder that works with little effort on your part, the Magnum is the one to buy.
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Got a blender? Assuming you're starting with dried whole peppers, just fill your blender up about half way and pulse it to the desired consistancy. I fill several coffee cans this way each year.
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I also use one of those grinders and also got it at World market. Great for a few tablespoons of pepper...


When I need a bunch of fresh ground pepper, like when making up rubs, I use a burr type coffee mill I picked up several years ago for like $15. This is the one I have.


For table use and stuff, we just use the regular old wooden pepper mill...

James.

Yep, thats the one I purchased also. Mine works great but isnt quite as shiney as yours. Awesome machine.
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