My boyfriend has had a Magic Bullet for a while, but I'm the one who uses it more now that we live together. I don't use it much, but when I do it's usually to make milkshakes or to grind spices. I haven't quite mastered just chopping things with it rather than turning whatever I put in there into liquid (I've also tried to use it on tomatoes for penne alla vodka, but I basically just ended up with tomato sauce), but I'm hoping it's one of those things that comes with time. The next time I do garlic bread I'll probably use it to make up my garlic butter.
I don't even own a blender or a food processor, I just have the Magic Bullet in my kitchen. Since I'm only cooking for two anyway, it works nicely for me and I like that it doesn't take up much space on my counter.
I couldnt justify the price for "The Magic Bullet" however i did find at Macy's the "Bella Cucina" which is the same thing but only 30 bucks. I purchased this recently and i LOVE it! I have a small kitched in a small apartment and this fits much better than a bulky blender. This also isnt as loud when chopping ice,etc as the bullet.
I have beel looking around for some decent smoothie recipies side from what mine suggests. thank you all for ideas!
okay, one MORE message. these are the categories of recipes to choose from:
-soups ans sandwiches
-the 7-minute cocktail party (w/ shopping list)
they have them seperated into:
Are the recipes still available? Thanks.
Wendy M. Peek
"Can anything be sadder than work left unfinished? Yes; work that which never begun."