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2014-08-31 05:41:33 AM
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Chef of the future
 
2014-08-31 08:31:06 AM
Ohhhhh......can it core a apple!
 
2014-08-31 08:36:58 AM
It's a good idea, but there also may be rules prohibiting the use of tools for food preparation that are not approved for food service.
 
2014-08-31 08:53:25 AM
That's what the drill press is for.
 
2014-08-31 10:51:57 AM

TheHighlandHowler: It's a good idea, but there also may be rules prohibiting the use of tools for food preparation that are not approved for food service.


I worked in a restaurant and never heard of such a rule.  I am sure one has to clean their tool, of course, but a drill is really no different from an electric beater.
 
2014-08-31 11:17:41 AM

Smackledorfer: TheHighlandHowler: It's a good idea, but there also may be rules prohibiting the use of tools for food preparation that are not approved for food service.

I worked in a restaurant and never heard of such a rule.  I am sure one has to clean their tool, of course, but a drill is really no different from an electric beater.


Pretty sure there's a difference between tool-grade and food-grade materials, lubricants, etc. For instance, a KitchenAid mixer has non-toxic grease in the gearbox. Pretty sure they don't care about that with a power drill.
 
2014-08-31 11:18:59 AM
Came for COTF, leaving satisfied.
 
2014-08-31 11:44:27 AM
Wow.  That's fascinating.

So you're saying he puts them on a drill to save time?

Puts the apples on a drill?

I'll be recovering from extreme fascination all week.
 
2014-08-31 11:47:11 AM
One of these babys would do the job, I'd use about a 3/4"
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2014-08-31 11:50:45 AM

LumberJack: Smackledorfer: TheHighlandHowler: It's a good idea, but there also may be rules prohibiting the use of tools for food preparation that are not approved for food service.

I worked in a restaurant and never heard of such a rule.  I am sure one has to clean their tool, of course, but a drill is really no different from an electric beater.

Pretty sure there's a difference between tool-grade and food-grade materials, lubricants, etc. For instance, a KitchenAid mixer has non-toxic grease in the gearbox. Pretty sure they don't care about that with a power drill.


I'm not saying all tools are food-safe. I am saying I never came across anything (and obviously that doesn't mean such a thing doesn't exist) in which any of the machines we used were tested, labeled, or otherwise government approved for food use.

Rather there are general rules such as "poisonous polishing materials shall not be used on equipment or surfaces that come into contact with food".  I am sure one of those general rules would put many of the tools on my garage bench out of play for use in food service.

But I think we are in agreement and just hung up on terminology here.
 
2014-08-31 12:11:53 PM
I hated The Honeymooners, but that was one of the funniest bits of TV in history.
 
2014-08-31 12:35:08 PM

LumberJack: Smackledorfer: TheHighlandHowler: It's a good idea, but there also may be rules prohibiting the use of tools for food preparation that are not approved for food service.

I worked in a restaurant and never heard of such a rule.  I am sure one has to clean their tool, of course, but a drill is really no different from an electric beater.

Pretty sure there's a difference between tool-grade and food-grade materials, lubricants, etc. For instance, a KitchenAid mixer has non-toxic grease in the gearbox. Pretty sure they don't care about that with a power drill.


It all depends on the likelihood of the grease etc contacting the food. A food factory will have plenty of non-food safe equipment but it'll be under or separated from the food line.

I can't get excited about the drill grease getting on the apple.

OTOH, the guy's going to drill into his hand sooner or later so I'd kick his ass for being that dumb.

/ Ex- food factory engineer.
 
2014-08-31 01:25:44 PM
 
2014-08-31 02:44:49 PM

Tentacle: http://youtu.be/qrwQts8aJCs


That was...um...strangely homoerotic.
 
2014-08-31 02:57:45 PM

Smackledorfer: TheHighlandHowler: It's a good idea, but there also may be rules prohibiting the use of tools for food preparation that are not approved for food service.

I worked in a restaurant and never heard of such a rule.  I am sure one has to clean their tool, of course, but a drill is really no different from an electric beater.


Usually I have pay someone to do this kind of stuff.
 
2014-08-31 03:00:46 PM
I saw a lot of peeling, but no coring.
 
2014-09-01 04:11:25 AM
 
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