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    Silver Crest Food Processor - Lidl
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    • 1st Nov 12, 1:55 PM
    Silver Crest Food Processor - Lidl 1st Nov 12 at 1:55 PM

    Apologies if this is in the wrong place, but I really want to get back to basics in my kitchen and thought it may be worth while investing in a foodprocessor.

    I have seen this available at Lidl from 5th November. 49.99

    It comes with everything you would possibly need for aiding life in the kitchen:

    Ideal for mixing, grinding, stirring, kneading and chopping

    Stainless steel 3.8-litre mixing bowl withsplash protection lid

    1-litre blender with stainless steel bladeand measuring scale

    Dough hook, whisk and beater attachments and 3 stainless steel discs for cutting, shredding and grating

    Multi-functional arm, 4 speed settings and safety lock function

    550 watt

    Includes recipe booklet

    I already own a Silver Crest Sewing Machine (admittedly I don't use it as often as I'd like) and it's a great little runner!

    My question is - does anyone own one of these? Can you recommend it? What do you use it for?

    I've never owned a food processor before, but after watching some cookery programs I was amazed at how 'easy' they can make life in the kitchen.

    Your thoughts are greatly appreciated!
    Last edited by forgottendreams; 01-11-2012 at 2:44 PM.
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