Metal shears report...
#11
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I put my recently acquired metal shears to use twice last week. I make C@H Butterflied Chicken fairly often. The shears cut the backbone out like a warm knife through butter. Likewise with cutting a turkey down to stockpot size. I made both east-west and north-south cuts with ease. This is probably of no interest to those of you who enjoy whacking away with a mallet.
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#12
  Re: Metal shears report... by Ron (I put my recently ac...)
LOL, Ron...you tickle me to death.

I'll have to sneak metal shears out of the workshop next time I want to cut a chicken/turkey into pieces, then I'll have to sneak them back before Mr HB finds out.

Unspoken house rule: You don't touch my kitchen stuff and I won't touch your dumb ol' workshop tools.
Jan

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#13
  Re: Metal shears report... by Ron (I put my recently ac...)
"to those of you who enjoy whacking away with a mallet. ' - altho, this would be one method of doing away with agression, whapping with the edge of my cleavor does it for me!!

(i love my shears too!!)
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#14
  Re: Metal shears report... by Ron (I put my recently ac...)
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This is probably of no interest to those of you who enjoy whacking away with a mallet.




Are you talkin' 'bout me????

Been thinking I should buy something like that and dedicate them to the kitchen. If I can find them with a pink (or other girly color) handle, the testosterone around here will leave them alone

See, I can be flexible.

PJ
PJ
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#15
  Re: Re: Metal shears report... by Half_Baked (LOL, Ron...you tickl...)
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LOL, Ron...you tickle me to death.




Thank you! Thank you! I'll be here all week.
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#16
  Re: Re: Metal shears report... by Half_Baked (LOL, Ron...you tickl...)
Ron, I love my shears as well---a mallet??? Just when I want to cut through lobster tails!!!!
"Never eat more than you can lift" Miss Piggy
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#17
  Re: Re: Metal shears report... by Roxanne 21 (Ron, I love my shear...)
I have kitchen shears but they aren't a high quality. Since I don't have a cleaver, this sounds like a great solution to me.

Plus, I get to tease Mr HB that I 'touched' something in his workshop!
Jan

Please spay and neuter your pets.
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#18
  Re: Re: Metal shears report... by Half_Baked (I have kitchen shear...)
I paid up for a "Made in USA" with stainless blades. I run it through the dishwasher after each use.
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#19
  Re: Metal shears report... by Ron (I put my recently ac...)
This morning I tore apart a chicken carcass with my hands in order to fit it into the saucepot for soup. I don't think that I would have felt nearly so good if I had used shears!

But, Ron, it's great that they work for you.
Vicci

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#20
  Re: Re: Metal shears report... by Ron (I paid up for a "Mad...)
What kind of shears did you get Ron? I use a pair of Fiskar sissors in the kitchen since I don't like the 2 pair of kitchen shears I have....either that or a mallet and a BIG knife.
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Billy
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