questionschallenge: french fry cutter

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@hobbit: Have you used either of those? We used the Progressive one and it couldn't slice through a potato at all. The cutting grid wasn't even sharp.

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@catbertthegreat: you didn't ask for one that I actually used. But no. I was looking for a different one. What I would look for is something that might go on a mandolin.

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@hobbit: It was implied in the French Fry cutting child comment.

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I have not used this, but it may fit the bill. If you go down the page a little ways:

Product # CD45856-FRENCH-FRY-CUTTER-RED
Retail Price $29.99 and up
On Sale $14.49

This stainless steel and red poly French Fry Cutter is a great value! Solid Metal Frame features a mounting hole in the bottom. It can be clamped down or you can add a screw to hold it down on your cutting board. Easily cuts up a few potatoes into French fry pieces in under a minute.
Chefs Notes: Linda: "nice little gadget, that gets the job done quickly. I have used it a lot, and it has held up well."

http://www.chefdepot.net/frenchfrycutter.htm

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Is there an attachment for a food processor that makes fries?

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@sgoman5674: Yes but we would have to buy a new food processor. Cuisinart changed the way they attached add-on blades