Friday, December 17, 2004

Kitchenaid 12-cup Food Processor for $115 shipped! has what looks like an amazing deal on a 12-cup food processor. This is the Kitchenaid 700-watt 12-cup food processor. It comes with a smaller work bowl (four cup) that can be used for smaller jobs. Also included are two slicing discs, a shredding disc, a dough blade, multipurpose blade, spatula, and disc storage case.

A food processor this size is great for speeding up the process for making pie doughs and helps maintain consistency between batches. I find the smaller work bowls handy for processing smaller foods (like garlic) and still being able to use the large bowl for other vegetables.

The price is $140 after you enter it into your shopping cart and you can take $25 off that price by entering DECEMBERKHBB in the coupon field. There is also a mail-in rebate that you can print out and send in for a set of three poly cutting boards. (For comparison, most comparable food processors run about $200 for this feature set.)

Leave a comment if this worked for you or doesn't work anymore.


At 2:39 AM, Anonymous said...

Showing up as $199.99, now. Just, FYI. - CG

At 7:08 PM, Anonymous said...

Dear Michael
The 12 cups of KitchenAid food processor, it works great for's easy to use and easy to clean, save me a lot of work and time. I'm enjoying it very much.
I can slice meat and vegetables and fruits for preparing the chinese "hot Pot" materials as well as making beautiful Asian cold dishes and western style fruits, cheese, and vegetable party trays.It only took me a few minutes. I found out this machine also can whip the eggs and creams; mixing and kneading yeast dough for making cookies, desserts,pie and bread. The most of all is that everyday we have fresh lemon or orange juice to drink with this food processor. The cleaning work is much easier than any of my citrus mate juicer or food juicer machine. I am put away my citrus mate juicer,meat slicer, 4 cups food processor and KichenAid mixer etc machines. space save tremendously. This 12 cups food processor does all the work that I usually need 4 or 5 different machines to work with. Thank you for the recommendation of this powerful and capable food processor.
By the way, I also enjoyed the KitchenAid Mixer which was you recommended me last year. Both have a lot of features. but this one come with three different size of work bowl is more easy to management and less space required. Thanks again, God blesses

At 12:00 AM, Michael Chu said...

To clarify the last comment, the unit that anonymous purchased was the KFPW760 which has an extra work bowl, a juicer with two reamers, and a egg white whip. The KFP750 has 2 bowls (12 cup and 4 cup) instead of three and does not have the extra attachments. Both sets have three discs (2 slicing and 1 shredding), a dough blade, and a multi-purpose blade.

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