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Kitchenaid Stand Mixers - A Kitchen Work Horse
Kitchenaid stand mixers are very popular in today's kitchens and it is easy to see why. These stand mixers have stood the test of time and have shown themselves to be kitchen work horses.
Before electric mixers, cooks had to rely on muscle to get the job done or small hand held electric mixers. With the multi-function Kitchenaid stand mixers you can mix, whip, and knead just about anything.
Whether you cook for a few people or a small army, there are many sizes of stand mixers that will fit any kitchens needs. There is no mixing job too big for the industrial strength model like the 6 quart 600 Professional Series that has a commercial style motor. The 600 Professional Series gives you the ability to mix double batches of bread. With this powerhouse mixer you can mix 13 dozen cookies or 8 pounds of mashed potatoes. That is a lot of food!
If you are not feeding a small army you may not want the power of the 600 Professional Series Kitchenaid stand mixer. You could choose from one of the smaller 250 or 350 watt stand mixers. Most of the models come with a stainless steel bowl and 10 speed control settings.
To increase the Kitchen aid stand mixers uses you can add one or more of the attachments that are made for the different models offered. With the attachments you can shred, grind, and juice your way to a wonderful meal. Whether you are making a delicate pie meringue or mixing dough for dozens of cookies the kitchen aid stand mixers will do it with ease.
In stand mixer reviews the Kitchenaid brand gets high marks for quality and functionality. No matter what you need to use a stand mixer for, Kitchenaid has been providing quality, durable mixers for many years.
Tracye Gano is an accomplished freelance writer and designer for kitchens 4u
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Do a Dry Rub First
The debate on ribs has ended in my home. After years of toil I have finally capitulated and agreed to make ribs the fool proof way every time.
Cooking Lobster at Home
Lobster has always be one of those extravagant meals which few people ever try because of the high cost. With restaurants paying thirty dollars a pound, by the time they put their markup on it, you're easily paying sixty dollars for a ten ounce tail.
Weber Grills Reviewed: Quality that Lasts
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Gourmet Sauces, Rubs and Marinades - Give Your BBQ a Gourmet Kick
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Wok this Way! (Part 2 of 5) Selecting a Wok
As mentioned in Part 1 of the series, woks come in different sizes ranging from 10 to 32 inches in diameter, but a wok that's 11 to 14 inches in diameter should suffice for use in a household kitchen.Woks come in 2 different bottoms, the traditional round-bottomed woks, and the "westernized" flat-bottomed woks.
Emergency Bread: Can you Bake Bread Without an Oven?
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Low-Budget Meals In a Minute
Ever go home and look in the fridge only to find it sadly, echoingly empty? Well, look again my friend..
Wok this Way! (Part 4 of 5) Cleaning and Caring for Your Wok
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Don't Poke the Chicken at Your Backyard Barbecue
You might be planning a home remodeling project and it includes an outdoor kitchen. A big part of that plan will be the type of grill you introduce.
How to Grill Most Any Vegetable You Can Think Of!
Grilling vegetables is easy. The fact that more people don't do it is the strange thing.
Baking Bread and Your Freezer
There's a lot of bread in our freezer. In our exuberance, we often bake more bread than we can eat in a day or two.
Save Time in the Kitchen - Cook Pasta the Way Restaurant Chefs Do
Have you ever wondered how a restaurant can get a dish of pasta to your table in about four minutes when you know it takes ten minutes just to cook the pasta? Does the water on their stoves boil at a higher temperature than the water on yours? Do they know a trick that you don't? As a matter of fact, they do.They parboil, or partially pre-cook their pasta; so when an order comes in to the kitchen, a cook can turn out a dish of perfectly 'al dente' pasta in a minute or two.
The World of Cornbread
We're partial to cornbread. We like its rustic texture and chewy goodness.
If your cookies are too tough . .
The Art of the Marinade
It's a sad fact that these days it has become almost essential to marinade most cuts of meat, unless you intend to casserole them.I'll go into why that is the case a bit later on, but for the time being let's just examine why we use marinades at all.
Modifying Your Recipes, More or Less
You just found that great recipe that you have been trying to find for over year. And now you're dancing around your kitchen in glee!That's when you notice that it makes enough to feed a small army, but you only need to feed two.
Ten Proven Tips to Buy the Best Meat Available
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Whats a Pan Dowdy?
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How to Make Homemade Ice Cream (Without an Ice Cream Maker!)
COLFAX, WISCONSIN - June is Dairy Month and what better way to celebrate than with homemade ice cream?When I was growing up on our small family dairy farm in west central Wisconsin 40 years ago, my dad would make homemade ice cream using cream and milk from our very own cows and a hand-cranked ice cream freezer.But you don't need an ice cream freezer to make your own homemade ice cream.
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