Best food processor,worthy of your investment,must have in your kitchen.
19 January 2014
Summary: My mother,aunt and my friends they all have Cuisinart food processor.When my turn to be queen in my own kitchen I got to have one.My Dlc-8 11 cups are just the right size for my cooking need, I like the way it chops meat with a clean chop, well grounded the way good performance machine should be.Some others products out there are not reliable when it comes to serious ground meat properly, if you are cook who wants to be in control of what in your ground meat ,you need to...
Summary: The processor itself is fantastic, the motor base is excellently made. No problems ever with the motor, however the work bowl and the lid and feed tube assembly definitely needs improvement. The bowl cracks relatively easily and the snap-together lid and feed-tube assembly also breaks after a while of normal use. Twice I have had to replace the feed-tube because the locking tab (that connects it to the lid) breaks off.
WONDERFUL PIECE OF KITCHEN EQUIPMENT WHICH NOONE SHOULD BE WITHOUT!
2 April 2013
Summary: This is a wonderful piece of equipment and it makes my old cheap processor look pretty bad. This has so much power and multi use functions. I just love it. Great product for a really good price.
Summary: I chose this processesor mainly for the price and the brand. Research ahead of time all pointed to the cuisinart as a good investment. This was my first ever food processor and I wasn't sure how to even get started. I have severe arthritis in my hands so I basically wanted to mix bread dough, slice and dice veggies and reduce the amount of time and hand energy to cook healthy meals. The video that came with the unit was very helpful in setting up the machine.
Summary: I have used an 11 cup Cuisinart Food Processor since 1988--and love it. However, after daily use for my family of eight, it was beginning to wear out, so I purchased a new Pro Custom 11 cup DLC-8 Cuisinart this past month. I am absolutely shocked to find that the new appliance barely holds NINE--NOT ELEVEN-- cups! What is the deal?