The Food Guide is designed to slide-on MOST model food cutters from 1950 till now. The Food Guide makes it easy to hold fruits and vegetables perpendicular to the cutting cone blades, enabling you to make perfect cuts while eliminating waste. It can be used with all 5 cones but is recommended specifically for the #4 Slicer and the #5 Waffle cutting cones.
Attach the Food Guide to the Kitchen Machine by sliding it onto the hopper until is securely fastened (see video). To remove, slide the guide toward you. Do not twist or pull Food Guide upward.
To ensure even cuts, guide the food directly into the cutting cone, holding it upright and perpendicular to the cutting cone, resting the food on the front edge of the Food Guide. Exert a slight downward pressure as you turn the handle at a consistent speed. Larger vegetables and fruits can be cut effectively without using the food guide.
A stainless steel Flap and Pin is also available for vegetables and fruits; radishes, mushrooms, strawberries, etc. down inside the hopper.
Made by the M.H. Graham Company of Biloxi, MS, the inventor and manufacture of the Original Rotary Food Cutter a 3-leg base named the Saladmaster machine. The company also made a 2 piece body round base for Life Time Cookware and the West Bend Company, and a 1 piece body square base made for Renaware and Health Craft. M.H. Graham also made food cutters for Aristo Craft, Camelot, Carico, Classica, Colonial, CooksBest, Cook -O-Matic, Cordon Bleu, Crown Regent, DreamWare, Ekco, Flavorite, Flavor Seal, Future Craft, Kitchen Craft, Lustre Craft, RegalWare, Royal Prestige, Royal Queen, Salad Master, Seal-O-Matic, Society, Temp-Tone, Thermal Sentinel, Townecraft, Vacumatic, Vita Craft, Vollrath, West Bend, Wonder Ware and others.
The M.H. Graham Company was acquired by the Health Craft Cookware Company in 1992 and they continue to manufacture The Original Rotary Food Cutter in America.
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