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- September 3, 2007 at 6:28 pm #253350
In our old kitchen, which was tiny, outdated, and lacked counter
space & cupboard space, I had a microwave cart in the kitchen. I
couldn’t use it FOR the microwave, because- no outlet except behind
the fridge, and behind the sink. Anyway, it has two doors on the
front, and 1 shelf in the middle. All of my little appliances were
stored in there- sandwich maker, blender, mixer, waffle maker (which
I should get rid of- I’ve used it once in 3 years, but I digress..),
etc. Then, on one side of the cart, it was open with 1 shelf there,
too, so taller things were put there since it was taller than the
cupboard area. Extra pitchers, cannisters, the pitcher for the
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> As we are redesigning the kitchen and trying to cut the clutter I
> myself faced with a decision to make.
> My kitchen is tiny and counter space is at a premium. The
> is already in a cabinet all it’s own, but the rotissier/toaster
> and small bake oven sit on the counter top. I also have a bread
> machine that makes an appearance there on a regular basis
> I currently own an extemely old kitchen aide center that takes an
> engineering degree to put all the parts on to make it do the
> things it’s designed for.
> I also have a food processor that one blade is ruined. A stand
> with dough hook that weighs a ton. My blender motor–basket just
> broken, 2 meat grinders-one electric, one manual, and a meat
> as well as a small hand mixer I use when i don’t feel like lifting
> big one (most of the time).
> All of these things take up a ton of space to store and quite
> the difficulty of hauling them out and lifting them from the lower
> cabinets they are in is quite oft putting.
> I’m thinking about chucking them all. Selling the things of real
> worth and giving the working, but not valuable to charity.
> This is where you come in. I am a scratch cook that also processes
> home grown foods for freezing, canning, and drying. I large batch
> cook, so I need something that can chop a lot of carrots, potaoes
> I want ONE all-purpose piece of equipmnt that will blend, mix,
> grind, juice etc with a dough hook. What do you recommend? Will I
> need an engineering degree to run it.
> A compact size would be ideal too.
> Oh one more thing, I can’t go super expensive. Jan who figures
> dreaming the impossible dream in OK.
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