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paul l'exile

Electrical appliances - integrated or separates

I will shortly be setting myself up a new kitchen. I currently use a Kenwood Major to liquidise soups, mince meat and rub in pastry. I don't make cakes (and I have good knife skills,) so I don't want a direct replacement. My initial thought was to buy a food processor (budget £100+) but I would like to make sausages also. Would a power mincer, a standalone liquidiser and a hand mixer be more useful/better value for my needs? Thoughts and comments much appreciated.


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sam from worthing

Electrial appliances

do not buy intergareted washing machine/fridge/freezers. More blinking trouble than they worth - esp when one part goes wrong and you have to replace.

With objects, your describing buy separtley what you need and use more often - like a washer/dryer its often the dryer that breaks down which means you have to pay more for a new washer/dryer in the long run.

Now if my new blender broke down, rather than my food mixer I know what i would replace in a heart beat. but if it was a choice between my mini chopper and microwave - it would be a new mini chopper.

or my bread maker and my whisker - my whisker.

Go with most used most appropriate, and then go for the best you can afford.

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sam from worthing

oooh and with another thing

can you not get a sausage maker attachement for your existing kenwood? if not bagsy first bid on flea bay!

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paul l'exile

Kenwood + sausages

The Kenwood Major will not be in my establishment. And they are big bulky things anyway.

 
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