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My DS has been promised a processor as a birthday gift from his dad, but he has no idea which are the best. He is a very enthusiastic cook, making fabulous cakes as well as family meals. Can anyone help please?
I have had a Magimix for quite a few years and use it several times a week. It is incredibly versatile and sturdy. I use my 30+ year-old Kenwood Chef for baking and a hand-held stick "whizzer" for soups etc. I would recommend the Magimix any day.
I am also a Kenwood Chef fan, mainly using it for baking. I don't find that my food processor is that good for making cakes, bread etc. and use it mainly for slicing, grating. general mixing, liquidizing etc. For this reason I have a fairly basic Magimix that cost around £50 - 15 years ago!!
I am on my second Kenwood Chef. Have had one all my married life. It was very good for bread (with the dough hook), but along came breadmakers! I still use it for big jobs such as xmas cake and puds, but my Kenwood handmixer is used more often now, for cakes and pastry.