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Jeff, which OXO? I’m ready for a new one!
The Cole & Mason is by far the best pepper grinder I've ever used. And I've had a bunch. It is a conventional grinder, but you can grind a lot of pepper with it fairly quickly. LINKA lot of rub recipes call for freshly ground pepper. What is a good grinder other than those made to set on the table ?
I second this! Got the set on sale a while back. Love the salt grinder for steaks makes you feel extra fancy . Pepper grinder comes with multiple grind sizes good for different recipes.
Necessity is the mother of invention. Nice!Hey, guys.....when I was doing my sausage-palooza a couple of weekends ago, I attached my drill to my Atlas grinder, and it worked like a charm! My drill has a variable speed trigger, so it was easy to grind at a speed that didn't seem like it would harm the drill, and I got my 30g of fresh ground pepper WAY faster than hand cranking! Probably voided the warranty......if there was one!
Rich, I have a Peugot but am thinking about getting and Atlas. I like the idea of a hand crank. Thoughts on it vs the standard pepper mill?I suppose I could have chimed in with what I do have as a pepper grinder...... I use a 9" Chrome Atlas Pepper Mill. They seem to run $70, though I know I didn't pay that (15 years ago.) I'm certain it will outlast me (and I'm pretty sure attaching a drill to it would be easy.)
I honestly think it's just an aesthetic thing. They both grind pepper well, and are adjustable, will probably last a long time. So, which one do you like the looks of better? If you are weird like me and might attach a drill to it, the Atlas might be easier for that.Rich, I have a Peugot but am thinking about getting and Atlas. I like the idea of a hand crank. Thoughts on it vs the standard pepper mill?