On Sep 27, 2:59*pm, notbob <not...@nothome.com> wrote:
> I'm in the market. *I gave my ancient 1st gen Cuisinart to my daughter
> when I moved. *Didn't do as much real cooking as I thought, so never used
> it much. *Now, I plan on doing more and know how much an FP can save time
> and effort, not to mention provide results even the best chefs knife
> cannot (screw off, shel! . *
> While Cuisinart no longer has a lifetime warranty on the motor, it's
> down to 10 yrs, which is still better than most. *I'd also like to
> know which model has the best prices per size for attachments. *The
> older one I had was a 10 cup and was apperently a freak model.
> Replacement parts were insanely expensive or non-existent. *What's a
> good Cuizzy model with good parts availability?
> I don't need it for making bread, having a perfectly good orbital
> mixer for that. *Also, must have a non-safety commercial style top
> available as an option. *I hate chiclet buttons, but understand their
> advantage, so will accept. *Must have full on AND pulse functions.
> Actually, a simple on/off switch will do.
> nb *
I have the plain vanilla one like this and it works perfectly for
anything I need.
I don't think you need all the bells and whistles either. Check the