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  • Premier Icon mogrim
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    Want a food processor – it’s a pressie for me, not for the wife. I’d like cutting and slicing, dough making, the usual – not bothered about it cooking for me.

    Any recommendations? Is buying a food processor like buying a computer, 200GBP of one brand is pretty competitive with 200GBP of another?

    organic355
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    Can you say MAGIMIX?

    Premier Icon andyha
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    TooTall
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    Look at the power of the motor and the warranty.

    I’ve got a 30 year old Kenwood Chef – good for mixing stuff (I was given it).
    The Magimix I bought is just awesomeness for the sheer power and smoothness – chops, shreds, doughs, the lot.

    Premier Icon mogrim
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    That’s got a real industrial look to it, proper professional stuff.

    Amazon has a titanium Kenwood, now that would be cool. 600GBP, though 😯

    And I can say MAGIMIX. Are they better than Moulinex, Kenwood etc. then?

    Steve-Austin
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    Get a magimix. you’ll find them heavily reduced on boxing day.
    The missus uses ours for all sorts creating and it does all that you could want it to. Makes good cake…if you like that sort of thing

    warton
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    Uplink, that’s a mixer not a processor. Great for bread, not so great for grating carrots

    Premier Icon bakey
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    I really fancy the Kitchenaid processor:
    Kitchenaid Food Processor

    Premier Icon mogrim
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    Get a magimix. you’ll find them heavily reduced on boxing day.
    The missus uses ours for all sorts creating and it does all that you could want it to. Makes good cake…if you like that sort of thing

    No Boxing Day here, have to wait ’til after Jan 6th. And I do like making cakes.

    Magimix to the top of the list, then.

    uplink, nice looking thing but no slicing ‘n dicing attachment…

    Got a Kenwood Chef. it’s the dog’s. Yes, in it’s natve form it’s “just” a (powerful) mixer, but with attachments, it becomes a pasta maker, mill, sausage maker, power sieve (paddles force the soup or whatever through the sieve, juice extractor, ice creram maker, food processor. comes with whisk, beater and dough hook as well as liquidiser. Come to think of it, it deserves a mention in the what amazes you thread

    ugly fecker though, had to invest in a cover as well

    sharkbait
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    Mum’s got one of those Kenwood Chefs (as in the picture). It’s probably not been used for 20 years…. think it’s time for a raid! Wonder if you can still get bits for them??

    jp-t853
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    The John Lewis own brand food processor is fantastic and a great bargain too.

    It is very robust and I suspect it is made by Kitchen Aid. £115 is a steal it is unlikely to be reduced in their sale but you never know.

    http://www.johnlewis.com/230855930/Product.aspx

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