I'd been eyeballing this bad boy since the holidays. Finally went to clearance for four bucks.
Hot dog. Now we're talkin'.
The machine isn't powerful enough to turn a nuts into flour, but it's great for whipping up small batches of vanilla or chocolate maple cream, and chops toasted pecans nicely.
Just perfect for little test batches of fun.
Not familiar with it. Sounds useful though.ReplyDelete
It is for very little jobs.Delete
Four bucks is a bargain.ReplyDelete
It had been eight.Delete
Yay! Another toy! :)ReplyDelete
I was thrilled when I saw it finally in the clearance bin. It had been eight bucks on the shelf, but that was too high for the small motor.Delete
Hey...if you're happy....I'm happy!ReplyDelete
You know I might actually use something like that, I don't use my food processor often. And certainly for $4.ReplyDelete
I have a big one for bigger jobs but yeah, if you find one for $4, it's super worth it.Delete
What a bargain!ReplyDelete
I was thrilled.Delete
Four bucks? They were practically GIVING it away!ReplyDelete
I know. When the manager told me, I did a little dance.Delete
In a few months when you are tired of it, can I buy it from you for 3 bucks?ReplyDelete
What a steal! That's my kind of price tag. I have a mini chopper. It's very handy!ReplyDelete
Cool beans. What do you like to use yours for?Delete
Gotta love a bargain!ReplyDelete
Have fun with it!ReplyDelete
Four bucks? A steal!ReplyDelete
My kind of steal.Delete
I have one of those! I really need a bigger one, but I keep using the mini.ReplyDelete
It's nice having a big one, I like it for bigger jobs but the little is super fun, too.Delete
What do you use yours for?
sounds like a dealReplyDelete
I got mine for chopping herbs for salad dressing but great point about the nuts! Sometimes a smaller processor works better. So glad you got one! You're going to have fun but then again, you always do.ReplyDelete
My friend Pat uses hers for herbs too. Mine is mostly for small baking test batches.Delete