[Sca-cooks] Cuisinart stick blender
kiridono at gmail.com
Wed May 16 09:38:17 PDT 2007
Yup...I have a KitchenAid...mine is not battery-powered, but rather a
plug-in model...and it is quite powerful. Cleanup is a breeze...and it has
the blender part, a whisk and a chopper kind of thingey...it is a wonder.
The cooks in our Barony refer to it as "the motorboat". I don't remember
where I got it...maybe of of iKitchen.com...I've gotten some realy great
On 5/16/07, Mairi Ceilidh <jjterlouw at earthlink.net> wrote:
> I have the KitchenAid with all the ups and extras. A little more pricy
> some, but I love, love, love it. Many options for many jobs. Great when
> don't want to mess up the 14 cup Cuisinart food processor or when I don't
> need the full power of one of the KitchenAid heavy duty mixers (yeah, I
> two). Clean up is not difficult either. If you watch the sites that sell
> them (or subscribe to the sellers' email updates) you can often find this
> model on special. Oh, and you get a choice of colors with the KitchenAid.
> Mine's red!
> Yeah, those link URSs wrapped big time. You may have to cut and paste to
> get there.
> Mairi Ceilidh
> >If your Cuisinart is anything like my Braun
> I've been thinking about getting a stick, but must admit I haven't tried
> do any research. How does Braun compare to Cuisinart (or any other
> brand)? I (or my budget :-))
> am not up for the $140 models, but information comparing power, ease of
> use/cleaning and use-life (I don't want something that will need to be
> replaced every year) would be helpful.
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