I finally got around to using a new toy I picked up during LEM's after Christmas sale, a #12 Big Bite grinder with foot switch. I wanted to make burgers so I picked up 4 1/2 lbs. of Chuck roast and I decide to mix it with a 2 lb. brisket flat I had cut up in the freezer along with 1 1/2 lbs. of 45 day dry aged ribeye scraps I had leftover from trimming a ribeye roast I Frenched last month. The brisket and ribeye are in the left container and the chuck in the right. All meat mixed together and ready for the grinder. I wanted a coarse grind for the burgers so I used a 6mm plate. This is the 1st grind and I have to say this grinder is a beast. It took 3 minutes to do the 1st grind. Here is the 2nd grind which took all of 4 minutes and that's only because I couldn't feed the grinder fast enough. There was no need to stomp the meat into the grinder. I just dropped the ground meat into the horn and off it went. With the meat all ground I made 24 - 4 oz. burgers along with 2 small bags of ground beef for other uses. The burgers ,all except the ones for tonight's dinner, and bags are in the freezer for a few weeks of burger cooking. Here is the final result all cooked and ready to eat. I must say the burgers were great. Thanks for looking.