Easy prep with Cuisinart Elite Food Processor

The Cuisinart Elite Die-Cast Food Processor provides features and accessories for ease and convenience.

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A food processor is a fun kitchen tool to own. Once you dive into creating a meal with one, you never want to go back. They chop, slice, shred, and mix easily and at the touch of a button. As a kitchen task time-saver, food processors offer top-notch execution. It seems that with many tools designed to cut down on tedious tasks, overall quality often suffers. Not so with food processors. In fact, they keep improving.

The Cuisinart Elite Die-Cast Food Processor is constructed to last for years of use, while providing quality and convenience. With three nesting work bowls (16-cup, 13-cup and 4.5-cup), you can keep the prep work going without missing a beat. Redesigned adjustable slicing discs and a reversible shredding disc allow for more control than ever. Constructed with a seal-tight gasket for improved liquid handling, the work bowls provide an easy-to-work-with environment. Additionally, when pouring out ingredients, the blades lock into place, eliminating the common problem of dangerous blades splattering into foods. A storage box is provided for all the blades and accessories, while the power cord retracts into the base.

Handy time-saving and space-saving features abound on this food processor. With rugged construction and an elegant touch-pad button interface, this food processor strives to make your kitchen tasks easy for years to come. Includes a 1,000W motor, measures 8.75 inches by 11 inches, and stands 17.5 inches tall.

About the author

    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.


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