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Posted on 19 Oct 2014, 18:02:57 BST
Thomas says:
Hello KitchenAid forum,
did you know... that there is a stainless steel dough hook, as attachment for all KitchenAid devices with tilt-head feature available.

I found it on amazon.de.
It is an excellent and useful attachement and my KitchenAid looks valuable and professional.

Have a look
Kind regards

Posted on 10 Aug 2014, 06:14:31 BST
Last edited by the author on 10 Aug 2014, 06:17:42 BST
strimbee says:
I had a kenwood for 30 years, never had a problem. It is still going , my daughter in law now has it. The only reason I changed it was because I wanted a more modern looking one , showing off really! I wish I had never set eyes on the kitchenaid and would not recommend one to anyone, stick with kenwood.

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Aug 2014, 06:11:50 BST
strimbee says:
Just got mine back from repair and I am horrified in the condition that has been returned to me. The safety switch is loose, it's makes a terrible clanging noise and to top it all the base is grazed and a big split in it. It looks like it has been abused , it's a year old and I am meticulous about everything. Have not spoken to them yet , dreading the assle.

Posted on 30 Jul 2014, 06:41:28 BST
strimbee says:
I am having mine picked up today, think it is the worm drive, only had it 9months, disappointing for sure. My old kenwood which is 30 years old is still going strong, never had a problem with it , I gave it to my daughter in law.

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Jul 2013, 06:23:08 BST
pixie says:
MMMMM! Delicious!x

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Jul 2013, 22:55:43 BST
Hi there , it is so true., but I would go with the pudding.andy keeps telling me that chocolate and any other Candy is bad for, and as they are my sworn enemy it is his duty to safe me by eating them all.i did point out that the bible has is written to love they enemy, and I do whole heartily, but it seems tho on deaf ears.
I put 2 lemons inside and boy oh boy was that good. Sometimes we just have to have food for the soul and not was is good for us.
Do one and enjoy.

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Jul 2013, 22:37:11 BST
Isn,t that always the way Sabine, my Husband can eat what he likes but I only have to smell fattening food to put on weight. I,ve never made sussex pond pudding, I always meant to but never got round to it. It looks really fattening with loads of butter and sugar, but I do love lemon. Sophie Grigson showed Raymond Blanc how to make one and It looked Devine, so did Raymond.....such a difficult choice......xxx

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jul 2013, 17:37:01 BST
Hope it will go well and is not too sharp. I love it sharp, but Andy.oves traditional old fashion over sweet puddings. No good for anyone's waistline or if you are a diabetic. He will eat 3/4 of any pudding and justify it by saying its best if he eats it all as it could cause damage to my health or waistline.he is only thinking of my well being. I did point out, the easiest way would be to not cook any pudding, but of course that would not be fair to him, and yes just in case before you ask, he is 6foot tall, has all his own teeth and hair and skinny as a rake. It is so unfair.

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jul 2013, 16:43:50 BST
pixie says:
Yes...very traditional and nice.

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jul 2013, 14:19:31 BST
Thats it Pixie. I knew it was one of the counties, just which one I was not so sure. Have you tried this one. Will let you know tomorrow how it went.

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jul 2013, 10:30:02 BST
pixie says:
It's called "sussex pond pudding" Sabine. It is a whole lemon in the pud...which expldes inside while it's cooking and delivers a fab lemony sauce!

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jul 2013, 09:25:27 BST
Hi Cooki
I know, and once Andy made me understand and then me working it out, it was like a bulb going of in my head. I did laugh. Andy could not belief I did not understand, but we do not have anything simular where you play on word. In his words we German's have no Humour only slapstick.
Anyway, what are you up to today. Did you look at the BBC good food webside. Try this once: www.thefreshloaf.com/recipes/pitabread. It shows the receipe and how to make the pittas in pictures.
I am of to the shops first for either some inspiration and some more anithystermine. Once done of to the stables and depending on the sneezing and weezing may manage to go out hacking, just an hour or so. Shower and back home. Andy asked me if I could make him a suet pudding with treakle or sirrup, but its a bit too sweet for me, so I thought Lemon. There is a lemon suet pudding caled Essex or Sussex. Not sure which county. No doubt I have the recipe somewhere. You stick a whole scewered and pierced lemon inside sitting on the butter and sugar and then some more before adding the lid. But once steamed and cooked you eat the lot. The sauce is increadible. I may even manage to knit a few rows before dinnner and inbetween. Like to get this little summer top done before summer is over.
You have a nice day and take care of yourself. You are a long way from home and I dare say in a far more hotter climate than here in the UK.

In reply to an earlier post on 7 Jul 2013, 22:37:27 BST
Never mind Us Sabine.....sometimes we forget ourselves and something innocent triggers off a rude remark... I think Bear and I are the worst offenders, but Pixie can be a bit naughty too when she,s feeling "impish" we,re mostly harmless and just like to have a laugh with each other.xxx

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Jul 2013, 15:27:49 BST
As I thought once I got through the double entreaundre. I.e,Andy dissecting the whole thing.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Jul 2013, 10:31:30 BST
Last edited by the author on 6 Jul 2013, 10:32:12 BST
Nothing Sabine, nothing........in reply to what,s wrong with pork in cider.xxx

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Jul 2013, 10:30:36 BST
I,ll get used to it, but I,m forever having to adjust the screw when I change paddle to whisk etc, the bowl isn,t as wide as my kenwood was and tipping stuff in is awkward when the mixer is going a d I haven,t got to grips with the release knob being on the opposite side of the mixer. I,ve started doing what Ina does and turn the machine end on to me when I,m using it, that helps.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Jul 2013, 10:26:10 BST
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In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013, 23:52:51 BST
Wow that was loud, but I agree. It should be shouted out loud. Kitchenaid a are ace

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013, 23:51:18 BST
I don' think so. My mother in law through hers out and switched to a kitchenaid .it lasted until she died and now her daughter is using it. I only had mine for 5 month. Used a Braun food processor my mother bought us as a wedding present 17 years ago. It's still going strong ,but I wanted a change.it took me almost a year to decide which one and what colour. Now I am happy with my kitchenaid in raspberry.

Posted on 5 Jul 2013, 22:31:51 BST
Bearman says:
Kenwood rules!

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013, 21:51:50 BST
I take it, you understood straight away. I did ask Andy what bearman meant. He had to spell it out for me. Doh silly me, but I don't always understand English humour especially toilet humour.
Well done you.

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013, 21:48:01 BST
Just use it every chance you get. Make things which need a lot of mixing and you will get the hang of it.
Good luck

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013, 20:48:45 BST
pixie says:
Right! I am going to bellow in your other halfs Ear 'ole! "I love my kitchenaid! and your other half is demented!"Lol!xx

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013, 20:45:43 BST
pixie says:
You evil grinner you!x

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013, 20:36:51 BST
Last edited by the author on 5 Jul 2013, 20:42:02 BST
I,m going to whisper this ,cos I don,t want my hubby to hear, but I,ve got a Kitchenaid mixer and I wish I,d still got my old Kenwood. It hasn,t gone wrong at all and it looks lovely on the Work top but I really just don,t like it very much at all. Maybe I just need to get used to it, it i,m not sure...it,s fiddly. It was a gift, so I can,t complain too loudly.xxx
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