The KitchenAid is a hefty investment for a serious Amateur baker. As we talked about the choices (link to old post) when considering a cake mixer, an important consideration was also the adaptability of the machine to other functions.
When it’s so easy to simply pick up a pack of minced meat from the supermarket or the local butcher, one might wonder why anyone would need a meat mincer or grinder, but bear with us a little while and we’ll get to the point.
Love the cool smoothies and ice crush frappuccino you get from the shops, you too can get the same at home with one of these industrial grade blenders. Frustrated with under powered blender that smell like something is burning even with normal use.
Can’t justify spending a lot of money on a stand mixer as an occasional baker, for the infrequent chef, these cheaper stand mixers may be your answer.
The top rated stand mixers arena is dominated by KitchenAid and Kenwood. What do you need to look for in a Kitchen Mixer?
Having been a lurker (over the course of several years!) on many websites selling the Kitchen Aid Artisan, including faithfully watching Amazon for price changes I have worked out that there really is an optimum time to buy the KitchenAid Artisan.
Let’s face it. Any slightly more than occasional baker typically lusts after one of these retro-looking stand mixers, which often sends out the message of ‘Look at me, I really do bake.’