Food processor storage

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Darkginger

Food processor storage

OK, so the husband got me (and I love it!) a new food processor for Christmas - but I have one issue with it - there are SO many bits and bobs - blades, discs, graters, juicers etc. - where the 'eck do you store them all? They won't fit into a drawer (too tall), and I have a Welsh dresser with some storage space at the bottom, but that's stuffed with casserole dishes etc. - so where do you keep your 'bits'? Any clever solutions?

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Welshcookie

Storage

The best solution is to store them in the boxes they came in. I faced the same problem with all the accessories for my Kenwood Chef and I find it much simpler to stack boxes than odd shaped bits; and nothing gets lost.

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Queen of Puds

spare parts storage

Being short, I have a deep cupboard above my cooker which I can only reach using a chair. That's where I keep the yogurt maker, the grill handles (never use them!), balti dishes & 2 huge stew pans. That's where I also put the juicer, the citrus squeezer & big feeder tube from my processor (never use those attachments) but my steamer & the spice grinder sit at the front - where I can get to them easily but where they are less in the way as I don't use them that often. I even had a potato peeler with my old processor (why?) - in the end, I binned it - it was a useless waste of space. What we need is a Delia page for useless gadget swaps - anyone want a barely used yogurt maker ...????

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Nausea Bagwash

Storage

Ma's Moulinex came with a container for all the attachments. With a lid that falls off if you look at it (sigh!). My Magimix didn't but I use a large poly box (eg Lock & Lock or Tesco's best.) and it lives in the cupboard next to the processor - at waist level so I can only fish it out whenever I need it which under normal circumstances would be just about daily.

 
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