Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Tool Wishlist: KitchenAid Food Processor

While I was struggling with my blender to puree butternut squash & curried pear soup the other day, I was reminded of how much I wish I had a food processor. And not just any food processor but the winner of the Cook’s Illustrated food processor equipment review, of course. The coveted KitchenAid Professional KFP750. According to the test kitchen gurus over at Cook’s Country, it’s hefty 12-cup capacity bowl performed very well chopping, pureeing and making pie/bread dough and comes with a handy mini-bowl attachment that makes short order of chopping herbs, etc. I can imagine dozens of ways that it would speed up food prep in my kitchen. Fresh salsa would be a snap as would pureed veggies for soups and sauces. And I wonder what I could do with chocolate(?) For now it’s on my wishlist, hopefully someday soon I’ll have one of my very own. ;-)


  1. come up with something for's my livelihood.
    and i enjoyed the photo of your black/white bag made from a pair of pants...

  2. My Mom gave me a food processor as a birthday gift back in the late 1980's and it just recently stopped working. I miss it tremendously!
    Hmmmm chocolate. I'll have to think about that. :)

  3. Okay, this is supposed to be an encouragement. I had a Cuisinart Food Processor and it was awesome and I loved it and...I got rid of it. But just because the bowl would degrade over time because I put it in the dishwasher and replacements were ridiculously expensive. So if you get one, I would encourage you to swish out w/warm soapy water so you can enjoy it a long time. :-)

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