Good advice from a farmer Written by earwormopera (I really did do a double take for a moment when I read this. I didn’t know that there was a kitchen implement called a mandolin.) Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailTumblrGoogleLike this:Like Loading... 10 thoughts on “Good advice from a farmer” A. Well, with 8 strings, a mandolin probably would make a good veggie slicer/shredder. B. I wonder how many cabbage are in a heard (or herd)? C. If I could pick up a mandolin for 8 bucks, I’d probably start playing again. LikeLike You’d have more processing capacity with a harpsichord. LikeLiked by 1 person I’d be reluctant to try to do anything with an $8 harpsichord. B. 17 LikeLike Well, yeah, you’d definitely want a KitchenAid for shredding Couperin. LikeLike Of course, it’s harder to store a harpsichord–especially in a smaller kitchen. LikeLike Vegetable mandolin (n): a device for simultaneously slicing vegetables and fingers. If you do buy one of these, I recommend picking up a giant box of sticking plasters at the same time. This is the Voice of Experience speaking. LikeLike A chain mail glove of the kind used in meat and fish processing plants is better. LikeLike Mandolins are what we used before food processors… LikeLike The farmer’s husband (a colleague of mine) explained the operation of the mandolin to me this morning – I think I’ll stick to my knives and food processor. LikeLike hahaha, and here i was trying to imagine how they’re cutting with the mandolin’s strings.. LikeLike Comments are closed.