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Old 11-18-2013, 05:34 PM   #11
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I use both an 11 cup and a 14 cup Cuisinart, and have all the additional disks for each, plus the constant feed chute for the 11 cup. Both are excellent. I like the 11 cup at home, and keep the 14 cup at the church where I host and cook for the homeless shelter program. Both are older machines, but have a lot of life left in them.
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Old 11-19-2013, 12:17 PM   #12
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I have this Cuisinart and especially like the multiple workbowls, even though I use the largest one most often. As you can see, the price for this machine won't break the bank.
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I have the same model as Katie and I like mine for the same reasons.
How well do you like it for kneading bread dough? I might order one of these today.
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Old 11-19-2013, 01:35 PM   #13
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I have an older 11 cup and 14 cup both Cuisinart. Love them both. I did not buy the new model for $$$$, I am happy with an old version for $180 or less from Bed, bath and Beyond. It doesn't chop onion but everything else is awesome. I did buy couple of extra slicing blades for different thickness.
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I have an older 11 cup and 14 cup both Cuisinart. Love them both. I did not buy the new model for $$$$, I am happy with an old version for $180 or less from Bed, bath and Beyond. It doesn't chop onion but everything else is awesome. I did buy couple of extra slicing blades for different thickness. Plus I have meat grinder attachment and couple different pasta attachments.
I had no idea one could get a meat grinder attachment for a food processor. Is there a sausage horn for the meat grinder?
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Oh darn, what am I talking about. I'm loosing my mind and in need, very bad need of vacation. I apologies, I mixed up food processor and the Stand up Mixer.
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Oh darn, what am I talking about. I'm loosing my mind and in need, very bad need of vacation. I apologies, I mixed up food processor and the Stand up Mixer.
Okay, that sounds more likely. I have had days like that.
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I ordered it! Yay!
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I ordered it! Yay!
I'm excited for you! A new toy!

Yay!!
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I'm excited for you! A new toy!

Yay!!
Now I can hardly wait 'til it arrives.
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Now I can hardly wait 'til it arrives.
I'm such a pushover for new toys, you'll have to post pics!

(And no, I had to tell myself I DO NOT need another FP!) I will have to live vicariously through yours!
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