Chef Michael Symon wants to help you stuff your sausage



Symon fondles the sausage
  • symon fondles the sausage

And grind your meat and press your burgers. The Cleveland celebrity chef (Lola, Lolita), who’s got his fingers in more pies than we can count, now wants to let you get your fingers on restaurant-style food processors — and make himself still more money in the process. He’s just launched his line of Live to Cook cookware, in conjunction with Weston Products, that may not make you an Iron Chef like Symon but will presumably dazzle your family and friends.

In addition to the sausage stuffer, meat grinder and burger press, which will never darken the kitchen door of this vegetarian, he’s offering a vacuum sealer and a French fry cutter. These shiny machines aren’t cheap — the sausage grinder alone will set you back $399 — but you can pick up a Live to Cook potato ricer for only $14.99.

Go to for complete details, as well as videos of the telegenic chef enthusiastically explaining why you need this stuff. — Anastasia Pantsios

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