[Sca-cooks] Food processor query

Lynn LRA at olpdsl.net
Mon Nov 2 08:03:36 PST 2009

I've been very pleased with my Kitchen Aid (motor on the bottom). It has 
both a large bowl and a small bowl and came with a box of different 
blades. It have been very functional both at home and for feasts. The 
only complaint I've ever had is that the plastic box the blades came in 
for storage was rather thin and brittle plastic; the plastic hinges for 
the lid broke almost immediately and the lid has cracked. But those 
things have nothing to do with the machine itself, they are merely 
annoying. The machine itself has made dough, chopped and sliced a myriad 
of things, made puree of lots of things (soft and hard), and has always 
performed like a champ. And it cleans up easily because all the parts 
(except the base) are dishwasher safe. And the base just takes a wet 
paper towel (and sometimes a soapy sponge) to clean it up. And -- 
totally irrelevant to it's function, but nice for aesthetics -- it comes 
in a variety of colors (or at least it used to).

Lynn the Inquisitive

Jennifer Carlson wrote:
> What makes and models do you all recommend?  I need something that can handle some heavy work like kneading stiff date paste into almond meal.  I'd like something with the motor under the carafe rather than to the side.
> Talana

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