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Old 06-17-2005, 06:28 AM   #21
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Another fantastic place to eat is The Fort down in Morrison. But - it's definately a special occasion experience. Dinner for two is going to cost you $100-$200. Here is there website - check out the menu: http://www.thefort.com

By the way - congrats on the Pro 600! What a deal!!!
We had our wedding dinner at The Fort. Both places are in a similar price range. The dinner for 32 at the fort was our single biggest expense of our wedding day... about $1000. Actually not that bad for 32 people there, even 12 years ago.
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Old 06-20-2005, 10:55 AM   #22
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I made my first bread in my new Pro 600 yesterday. I never imagined that making bread could be so easy! I’m hooked… I see a lot of weekend mornings in the kitchen now.
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Old 06-21-2005, 01:44 AM   #23
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Congrats on breaking it in!

Making bread with it is so easy it's almost a sin not to make homemade bread every week. That's how I justified the cost to buy mine to myself.

Between what I've saved in making my own bread, and grinding my own hamburger ... I think it's just about paid for itself over the past couple of years.
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Old 06-21-2005, 06:43 AM   #24
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i would suggest getting an additional bowl, if you are doing a chocolate batter, you don't have to wash the bowl if you have to make another cake batter or icing. and a pasta attachment would be a good idea.

hope you have a grand time using the mixer
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I have had my Pro 6 for about a year now and I love the living daylights out of it. I can not begint o count the many loaves of bread I have made with the Pro 6 . I have the shreader attachment, I love it, the meat grinder, DITTO. They are nust haves!

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