Some people love it and some people swear they’ll never again buy another Kitchen aid product after their experience with this particular model. What could possibly elicit such a response? My KitchenAid KFP0711cu 7 Cup food processor review is going to alert you to a common mistake some users are making. This is going to save you the aggravation of having to pack up the whole kit and caboodle and ship it back (if you bought it online) or return it to the store.
A combo food processor and blender may seem ideal because not only do you get two items for the price of one, it also saves space, perfect if you have a small kitchen. But what are you giving up? Can you expect the same performance if you were to buy a dedicated blender or food processor? My DeLonghi DFP250 food processor with Integrated Blender review highlights the strengths and the weaknesses of this dual function machine.
In my experience dual purpose machines don’t always perform both functions equally well. So how did the DeLonghi food processor blender combo fare? Do users love it or hate it? Read on to find out what it does best.
This food processor seems to have everything going for it – large capacity, easy of use, a powerful motor, but most of all a great price. But what is the one thing that irked users the most? My Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Deluxe 14-Cup food processor review gives you the inside scoop.
If you’ve been window shopping for a food processor, the Big Mouth’s budget friendly price and features will certainly get your attention.
You are excited because you found a groovy recipe for pesto and you are having your new friends over for dinner… and then you see that the recipe tells you that you need a food processor.
It offers no alternative ideas. Huh. You make a mental note to buy a food processor before beginning to research blender recipes for pesto.
A food processor is an indispensable kitchen tool; here are 11 tips to help make sure you fall in love with the food processor you choose. (You are absolutely welcome.)
We North Americans have developed an outrageously unhealthy habit. We stroll down the frozen food aisles of gargantuan supermarkets looking for food that has been prepared for us in a factory, not a kitchen – food that has lists of ingredients that include words we cannot pronounce (well, unless chemistry was your thing in high school).
Fortunately, many of us are waking up to the fact that preparing our own meals from fresh, natural ingredients will make us healthier and happier.
To chop or process, that is the question. A food processor chops food. A food chopper chops food. However, a food processor and a food chopper are different things. Confused? Let us shed some light on the situation.
A food chopper is a small appliance – it will usually hold between 1 and 4 cups – used to chop, grind or mix a variety of foods.
A food processor is larger than a food chopper – it can process up to 12 cups of food at a time, depending on the model.
I was browsing through a recent issue of my “Shop Smart” magazine when I spotted it. Then I did a double take when I saw the price. It costs how much? Was that a misprint? Google it, nope that’s the price alright. What makes a food processor cost that much money? I had to find out. Here’s my Breville BFP800XL/A Sous Chef Food Processor review, take a look and see what I uncovered.
The the Breville Sous Chef 800XL food processor comes with everything except the kitchen sink. It has every attachment you’ll ever need and they all store nicely in the included storage case. But is it overkill? Well that depends on your own individual needs in other words what will you be using the machine for.
Shopping for a food processor can be a real hassle with so many brands and models to choose from, add to that the wide range of pricing from under $30 to well over $300. If you are considering the Cuisinart brand, my Cuisinart-DLC-2009CHB-Prep-9 9-Cup Food Processor review can help you decide if this particular model meets your needs.
There is no arguing the fact the a food processor is a very convenient and versatile kitchen tool, but can this model replace your other trusted kitchen tools like your mandolin slicer, shredders, or mini chopper? Will it become your favorite small appliance?
The DLC-2009CHB-Prep-9 has great reviews and come from a trusted brand, but does that guarantee that it work as advertised? Let’s get right into the review and see what we can find both good and bad on this model.
“Wow! This thing is the best tool possible you can put in your kitchen!” So claims a Cuisinart DFP-14BCN Custom Food Processor reviewer. But wait, there is more: “The large size is great for dough work, but it’s not TOO big that it can’t handle some of your smaller jobs. “Makes hard tasks easy” and “Simple, Strong, Workhorse of a processor.”
In writing my review these are some of the positive things that are being said about this particular Cuisinart model. Quite a number of the reviews are from die-hard Cuisinart fans, some on their second or third food processor.
This model boasts a large capacity and a powerful motor to tackle all those tedious and time consuming kitchen tasks, not to mention that it looks good on your countertop and complements your other stylish appliances.
Is there anything lacking in this model? Is it worth the price? Let’s go over the features together and we’ll figure out if this is the right food processor for you.
Update: This model is discontinued and is being replaced with the Cuisinart DFP-14BCNY 14-Cup Food Processor.
The Hamilton Beach 70740 8-Cup Food Processor comes with a budget friendly price, its users rave about its lightening speed in chopping, slicing and dicing, but is it too good to be true? Can you expect great performance at such a low price?
What are you giving up in exchange for such a low price? My review tells you everything you need to know about this great little food processor. However, because of its limitations it might not work for everyone. Let’s dive into the details so you can decide if this will work for you.