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05-12-2012 06:05 #21
Stand Mixers.. KitchenAid? Or others?
05-12-2012 14:04 #22
Thanks so far, everyone!
It seems that they're all pretty good options! I'm confused!
Buying from the US seems a bargain...but I have a phobia of electrical adaptors so I don't know if I could go through with it. Lol.
The KitchenAid colour I LOVE is called 'pistachio' - it's a light green colour. BUT that's a bit daring for me so I'll probably go with an 'almond' one (cream).
I'm loving all of the attachment suggestions! A mincer sounds awesome!
05-12-2012 14:12 #23
I have a KitchenAid. We got it online from an Australian supplier. It was Nisbets or something. I think we paid around $600.
I need to ring the Kitchen Aid people though because I am having some issues with it it ticks when I use the regular attachment. So I adjusted it a little bit so it doesn't tick but now my butter does not cream smooth there are lumps. Also when I put the whisk attachment it ticks
It makes yummy yummy mashed potatoes
I can't wait until mine is working correctly again!
15-12-2012 06:30 #24Junior Member
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I have the Mia Mixer by New Wave Kitchen Appliances. Nice and sturdy, European design, 5.6 litre bowl, mixes throughout the entire bowl (no spots missed!), has a LED light into the bowl to make it easy to see what you are mixing. Has a 5 year warranty (nice to know!) Oh, and mine is red... looks gorgeous out on my bench.
15-12-2012 08:47 #25
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