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    George Shirley Guest

    Default Ping: Michael "Dogs3) Puck stand mixer

    My Wolfgang Puck stand mixer is the 700 Watt model CMSD0020. Go here to
    see a picture and read the blurb: http://www.maywork.com/wopucostmi70.html

    It came with the meat grinder and the slicer/shredder attachment, which
    pretty much does what a food processor does. No problems with any
    attachments so far, bought the mixer in 2006, almost exactly two years
    ago. HTH

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    notbob Guest

    Default Re: Ping: Michael "Dogs3) Puck stand mixer

    On 2008-12-05, George Shirley <[email protected]> wrote:
    > My Wolfgang Puck stand mixer is the 700 Watt model CMSD0020. Go here to
    > see a picture and read the blurb: http://www.maywork.com/wopucostmi70.html


    Looks suspiciously like a updated sleeker Kenwood stand mixer. These made
    in UK and exported to everywhere under different house brands. My older
    model is under Rival. Also under the DeLonghi name. Basically, a good
    reliable mixer that does the job. Higher motor ratings (as Sheldon once
    pointed out) do not actually denote more power, as these mixers go through
    two sets of right angle bevel gears instead of just one, like the
    KitchenAid. These right angle gears greatly reduce power output of motor.
    Nonetheless, they are very good products and I have no problem recommending
    them to anyone.

    > It came with the meat grinder and the slicer/shredder attachment, which
    > pretty much does what a food processor does. No problems with any
    > attachments so far......


    The one advantage over the KitchenAid line is Kenwood's insane variety of
    attachments (a power kibbe maker!). The mixer has 3 power take-off points,
    each a different speed. My Rival boasted a total of 21 separate
    attachments. Unfortunately, Rival bailed as a supplier after me buying only
    3 of the total 21 and I've never found a supplier that sold the whole
    selection since. If you do, stay away from the burr coffee grinder
    attachment, as it sucks for anything but drip. I'd love to find the pasta
    roller attachment, but doubt the new models are compatible with my older
    one. [sigh]

    nb

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    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

    Default Re: Ping: Michael "Dogs3) Puck stand mixer

    George Shirley <[email protected]>
    news:2Gd_k.4214$[email protected]: in rec.food.cooking

    > My Wolfgang Puck stand mixer is the 700 Watt model CMSD0020. Go here
    > to see a picture and read the blurb:
    > http://www.maywork.com/wopucostmi70.html
    >
    > It came with the meat grinder and the slicer/shredder attachment,
    > which pretty much does what a food processor does. No problems with
    > any attachments so far, bought the mixer in 2006, almost exactly two
    > years ago. HTH


    Hey thanks George. The price isn't bad either compared to the ones I've
    priced. Yes, it does help. Maybe if Nancy Young reads this she'll think
    seriously about taking the plunge too

    Michael



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