I'm thinking about getting a Food Processor, there are a lot of things I want for the kitchen and I want to add one big thing this summer.
I would like to take a survey of you lovely ladys and gents who can help me decide which to get.
I'm looking at:
1. Ease of use
I've always bought the pre-shredded cole slaw mix, but I can't get that here.
I've searched online and see that people have said that they shred cabbage in their food processor, but they don't say how.
Do I use the shredder disc or the slicer disc and is there a certain way I should cut the...
I won't copy and paste the article but it lists quite a few stores that used this company to process its rebates. Several like BB&B, Costco are...
Mine is soooo old and doesn't do much at one time.
I get there and they have 3--$29.99 for an 8 cup black and decker
$39.00 for a 10 cup hamilton beach with twice the power
$59.99 for another hamilton beach-what the bigger pricetag was for I have no idea.
I looked, I read, I looked, I...
If my math is correct, Macy's is offering a 12 cup Kitchen Aid Food Processor at the low price of $99. The website also has a mail in $30 rebate offer that would take th e cost down to $70. The color is limited to Willow Blue...
I grew up without a blender or a food processor and finally in grad school shared my roommate's blender which I've now ended up with. It's ok, but not amazing. I want to invest in a good quality blender, but I also want to invest in a food quality food processor.
My question is: do I need...
My SO's step mom wants to buy us a food processor for x-mass. We just need to pick it out. I have been voted the most likely to pick something useful. But i have no idea which one. There are soooooo many.
Can anyone give me advice on which is best?
I am so aggravated with my food processor. It is an Oster 6870. Its actually a blender with a food processor attachment. I can't figure out how to get the food processor on. It seems like the black base should come off the blender and it should go on that way but I can't figure it out. The site...
OK food pros are wonderful but cleaning is icky.
So here is a couple of ideas I've picked up from Cooks' Illustrated that I LOVE.
BEFORE starting a recipe, you put your blade in the bowl (oh and if it's a gooey recipe do spray now with PAM)
Now add your ingredients.
NOW STRETCH PLASTIC WRAP...