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In reply to an earlier post on 7 May 2013 17:22:08 BDT
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Posted on 6 May 2013 20:17:17 BDT
Hello Suzy Sunshine - could you not make them behave - you have been so good on the cooking forums I have personally missed your posts

Posted on 1 Jun 2012 08:48:27 BDT
G OODFELLA says:
Dear R Green,

Please time your arrival at JD Wetherspoons so you dont clash with the jubilee zoo time roadshow as the numbers are supposed to be ramping up as we type.
mines an amstel, i love that beer and ive never even been a postman !
i wont bring pat as food processors make him scared im going to make 辣驢 out of him !

regards,

colin the vet

Posted on 31 May 2012 21:25:05 BDT
Dear R. Green
OK I will help you choose a food processor, shall we meet in J D Wetherspoons there is probably a Currys nearby mines a pint of Old Stalking Mega Mould if you get there first or a bottle of ! Skt g held a vi tlum a hrun if your feeling flush.
Fondest Taka
Monsieur Stintoto Trebostine

Posted on 30 May 2012 16:06:51 BDT
R. Green,
You're on the wrong forum for responses - the current battle for 'food processor' supremacy is taking place on the
'COOKING FORUM'. Good luck - take your tin hat, and plan your escape routes, it can get very heated in there! Lol x

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Apr 2012 14:42:17 BDT
Dear R. Green
Maybe there is a book on Kindle that will help you choose a food processor ask Malcolm.

Posted on 18 Apr 2012 00:43:52 BDT
[Deleted by Amazon on 27 Aug 2012 15:43:59 BDT]

Initial post: 29 Jan 2012 11:43:07 GMT
R. Green says:
My (very cheap, bought at a time of low funds) food processor seems to have stopped being watertight, so I'm in need of a new one and happily money is not quite as tight as it was so I'm not restricted to just buying the cheapest possible one I can find. That said though, I'm wondering how much I'd have to spend to get one that's going to do a good job and isn't just going to break down after a couple of years. I don't want to spend a fortune (I was thinking maybe up to about 60?) but equally I don't want to have to spend that much buying a new one every few year. What do people think - is a 60 food processor that much better than a 30 one, or do you have to go for one of the 100+ ones for it to make a difference?
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