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The incredibly versatile Jupiter ThermoMaster food processor is the innovative kitchen machine that does everything. Whether cooking or steaming, stirring or kneading, crushing or shredding, mixing, grinding, pureeing, beating or emulsifying, the Jupiter ThermoMaster can handle everything.
Posted October 6, 2013 12:19 AM
The colorful Bodum Bistro food processor is designed to simplify a variety of everyday cooking tasks, like preparing salads, rasping potatoes, cutting cucumbers and grating cheeses. Created for the design conscious home chef, the Bistro stand mixer is a stylish addition to any countertop.
Posted October 3, 2013 11:17 PM
The agile Multipro Sense FPM800 compact food processor from Kenwood features a robust solid metal die cast body, a BPA free, shatterproof Tritan plastic bowl, a heat resistant ThermoResist glass blender, a stable base and a range of attachments and accessories, delivering broad functionality and outstanding food processing performance. Its 8-speed + Pulse option, 1.0 kW variable motor, Kenwood patented Multipro dual drive system and intelligent auto function offer flexible control. In addition, the Multipro Sense compact food processor automatically switches to Eco mode, if left idle for 30 minutes.
Posted September 16, 2013 12:03 PM
AEG Powermix Pro belongs to AEG stylish range of red gloss and black kitchen appliances. Likely the quietest blender currently on the market, Powermix Pro features a patented sound reduction system and is so quiet, you can talk while using it and still be heard. Unlike your typical modern blender that produces somewhere between 85 and 95 dB, just as a lawn mower or a motorcycle, this blender keeps noise level under 77 dB, a very noticeable difference.
Posted April 21, 2013 10:35 PM
KitchenAid Pro Line Series food processor is the industry first residential food processor with an unassisted cubing function. This powerful machine utilizes a hands-free, commercial-style dicing attachment. The new 16-cup Pro Line Series food processor first slices, then cubes foods to create a precise 8mm brunoise dice without the need to manually push foods through its feed tube. No longer dicing ingredients requires time, effort and skill with a knife. The new food processor makes it fast and easy.
Posted April 11, 2013 9:23 AM