Shred, slice, chop, and store it all together

The Wolfgang Puck 4-Cup Continuous-Flow Food Processor with Overload Protection features onboard storage of accessory discs.

No rummaging about the kitchen. Amazon

Kitchen appliances with accessories have the rare distinction of being both a help and a hindrance. They come in handy through the use of attachments, often becoming capable of doing the work of several different appliances. And they are a pain in the neck, because that means you have to scour the kitchen to find those attachments. The most user-friendly kitchen appliances help their own cause by allowing for onboard accessory storage.

When it comes to food processors, accessories are key to usefulness. The Wolfgang Puck 4-Cup Continuous-Flow Food Processor with Overload Protection incorporates this design feature into one convenient package. Complete with a storage drawer in the base of the unit for storage of the slicing and shredding discs, the food processor solves the dilemma of where to keep the often-used accessories. It even features a retractable power cord for a neat and tidy appearance.

While the work bowl is capable of processing 4 cups worth of ingredients, the appliance features a convenient way to extend prepping of foods without pausing to clean out the bowl. With the use of an ejector disc and a continuous flow lid, processed food can escape into a separate work bowl. The slide-out drawer and the ability to prep outside of the work bowl creates flexible usability and convenient storage all in one appliance. Now, the only thing you'll have to rummage for is an extra container to collect all that prepped food in.

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    Brian is the author of two culinary based books published via his imprint Storkburger Press. 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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