I had a lot of ground chuck that I formed into 1 pound loaves (approximately 2"x3"x10") and froze.
Any ideas on how to cut off about a third of one? I am hesitant to try my good serrated knife as I’ve never needed to sharpen it (and don’t want to dull it), but I have a cheap serrated knife with fairly large scallops on one side, and almost hack saw like serrations on the other.
I am thinking that too (if I am in the same situation). Alternatively, a plasma light saber is another option.
(Keyrock the unfrozen caveman lawyer; your world frightens & confuses me)
Cold chisel was going to be my response as well. You’d probably only need to hammer it about 4 spots half-through on one side, then go to the opposite side and repeat. After that you could probably just pry it loose.
Of course, I would have said “Cold chisel (pun intended)” if I’d been fast enough to get here before these other interlopers.
Yeah… but had so much of it (6 pounds was cheaper than 3). Portioned the first two pounds into smash burger balls, used two more for chili, and have two more left which I will eventually use for meat sauce or loaf… just was wondering if there was a way to easily cut sections from the loaves.
Will try using my hack saw like serrated knife later this week (if not no big deal).