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Jimbeaux
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Recommendations for a quality food processor?


It's a gift for my wife. We've had a lower priced Cuisinart for years. It's okay but I'd like to step it up a bit.

Thanks in advance!







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BlackenedOut
The Big Sleazy
Member since Feb 2011
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


If you use the thing a lot and want to buy one and never think of it again, a Robo Coupe is the way to go.





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jimithing11
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Dillon, Texas
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


I have a Kitchen Aid 9 cup. Does the job


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gmrkr5
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


I've got a Cuisinart 12 cup.. love it





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Eddie Vedder
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


we have the cuisinart with two size bowls (12 and 4 cup) and blades to match. It also has lots of other attachments for slicing, shredding and making bread. works really well and very versatile.







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Jimbeaux
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


Thanks for the suggestions!





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KosmoCramer
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


I have a new Cuisinart 11 cup that I love.





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TigerAlum1982
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


I have a Robo Coupe that I bought around 1984 and it still works perfectly!





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Caplewood
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


Robotcoupe is the only way to go





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KosmoCramer
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


It's also $800-$4000 vs a decent $150 Cuisinart





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Tbobby
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


Have a Cuisinart 14 cupper that works great when I rarely use it. Pain in the arse to clean.





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KosmoCramer
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


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Have a Cuisinart 14 cupper that works great when I rarely use it. Pain in the arse to clean.


You can just throw it in the dishwasher, right?






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Caplewood
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


you pay for quality





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KosmoCramer
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


That's completely understandable, but some people can't justify $800.

I don't use my food processor enough to justify it.

If I ever wore mine out from overuse I'd consider it.

To each his own






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CC
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


quote:

Have a Cuisinart 14 cupper that works great when I rarely use it. Pain in the arse to clean.
The least used kitchen appliance I have ever owned. Anything it does can be done quicker and easier with something else.






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Tbobby
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


Everything except the motor housing can go in the dishwasher. Still, a pain in the ass. I'd rather only have to clean a knife or an immersion blender.





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Tbobby
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The least used kitchen appliance I have ever owned. Anything it does can be done quicker and easier with something else.


I agree. I use my microwave and large toaster oven more than any other small appliance. The more parts to wash, the less likely I will use it.






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Caplewood
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re: Recommendations for a quality food processor?


its clutch for pasta





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