BRR, I've used a food processor to make dog food. Cubed meat that you drop in and basically puree. There are two issues here that I see. First up, you need the attachment that will basically let you create grinds instead of shavings, purees, etc... That way you end up with a lose ground meat. Second, you need a pretty powerful and sturdy food processor. I burned my first one up in roughly 4-6 weeks of making dog food. The meat is just so tough on the unit. If you have a high end one with plenty of power like a top end Cuisinart you might be able to pull this off.