1. flyinglentris

    Honey, would you like a free kitchen blender?

    Free Kitchen Blender from Honey?
  2. corbion

    Does this blender qualify as a food processor?

    I have a Kenwood Titanium with the glass blender but no food processor at home (at least one that can process hot ingredients). I know that the appliances differ for some characteristics, like speed or shape of the knifes. My question is: is it ok to use the Kenwood blender to mix hot toasted...
  3. GadgetGuy

    Finally!! A Ninja Blender That can now make HOT Soups!!

    At last! Ninja now has a blender that can make hot soups without a stove!! As well, it can also do other things! Also a front panel that lights up when you turn it on! It's been a long time coming!! But I'm not looking for a new blender. I'm quite happy with mine!! :wink:
  4. GadgetGuy

    Have you ever used your stick blender for Chopping?

    Has anyone ever used a stick blender to chop veggies for things like soups, stews or stuffing instead of a knife? I've just begun to wonder about that, even though I have a manual chopper. :wink:
  5. The Late Night Gourmet

    Blender or Food Processor?

    When I started dabbling with making things from scratch, the first thing I bought was a food processor. But, as I watched cooking shows, I kept seeing chefs using a blender. In fact, I can't recall ever seeing a chef use a food processor. Over time, I figured out why: the food processor has...
  6. Yorky

    Review Philips HR1623 Hand Blender

    Philips HR 1623 by Yorky posted Mar 12, 2017 at 8:19 AM The blender arrives with a motor unit (650W), a stainless steel bar blender, a plastic mini chopper with connecting lid and a plastic beaker (not shown). The unit cost Bht 2,190.00 (US$ 65.00) by mail order in March 2017. As anticipated...
  7. Philips HR 1623

    Philips HR 1623

    Hand blender
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