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Discussion in 'Cookery' started by nick909, Feb 10, 2011.
Can't justify the expense.
Put one on our wedding list.
Didn't get it.
Still want one.
*nosey person goes off to Google...*
They are very lovely.
And VERY expensive!
And I can bet this week's wages that I know which one lapin would go for.
They do come in lovely colours - I want the dark pink one
Pounds in the moneybox I think...
I want one too.....and my birthday is months away.....
Like joyous, only it will be pennies in the moneybox.....I could be saving a while.
I've just spotted this whilst browsing for recipes
Sign up to their newsletter for a chance to win a KitchenAid mixer, might be worth a try!
I have so signed up!
I don't just want one, I neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed one! NOW!
Boysenberry... OMG! It wouldn't go with anything but - who thought of that as a colour??
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Go on then, which one!!
The boysenberry one, of course!
Correct, do you owe me a week's wages then? Matches my car!!
I love the idea of a mixer and now I have seen the Boysenberry one I want one even more.
My kitchen is purple and cream so it would go perfectly. I'm going to have to win on the lottery to justify spending that though
Every single cooking programme I watch has one
I have wanted one of these since I watched The Great British Bake-Off...they are lovely! But yes, also expensive and I have yet to be able to quite justify it enough to actually buy one.
Like all great gadgets, you would use them lots to begin with, then they'd be left on the side, gathering dust and taking up valuable space.
That deep purple against the pale green and light oak in my kitchen would be divine. Wonders if dropping the Kenwood Chef would give me the money in an insurance claim?
My ex-husband in a fit of generosity bought me the graphite grey one for Christmas about eight years ago. (Before I knew he was up to his eyeballs in debt...)
I use it at least twice a week either for baking or mincing. It is actually one thing I couldn't be without, and if it broke, which I hope it never does, I would have to replace it, but it would take me ages to save up...
You mean it has a mincing attachment as well!
Want one even more now...
Optional extra (cost £63), but I do use it a lot as I hate mince unless it's finely ground, so I always end up regrinding, even the decent stuff.
Nope - I still firmly believe I would use it all the time! Besides, I couldn't put it in the the cupboard to be forgotten about as it's so pretty