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    July 24, 2011
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KitchenAid Food Grinder Attachment : Attachment for grinding meats and produce, with fine and coarse grinding plates and wrench. Ideal for making homemade sausage (use with the sausage stuffer attachment sold separately). Designed exclusively for use with all KitchenAid household stand mixers. Model: FGA. Product Features Grinds meat, vegetables, fruit, cheese and more Enhance the versatility with the optional fruit and vegetable strainer (Model: FVSFGA), pasta maker plates (Model: SNPA), sausage stuffer (Model: SSA) and food tray (Model: FT) accessories that are sold separately. Easy to use One year full warranty Instruction and recipe booklet in English, French and Spanish included Imported
 
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Great product
PostedJanuary 8, 2012
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Goldwing
fromJacksonville, Florida
Gender:Male
My Cooking Level:Intermediate
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Cooking Enthusiast
I've had mine for several years now and have not experienced any malfunctions. The metal parts have not "Rusted", like some other brands. The tray is not a problem - since KitchenAid makes a larger capacity tray, that attaches to the grinder - for those people who like to put 10 gallons of water in a 5 gallon bucket.
The pusher does "Leak" - Soft/liquid foods will turn into mush if you push them too hard. The pusher does not have an air-tight seal.... by design. If it had a tight seal, you would not be able to push the tool in - Air Lock.
My wife loves it! She makes Mexican Tamales and it's a real time saver.
+6points
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 Calphalon Unison Nonstick Omelette Pan
Calphalon Unison Nonstick Omelette Pan
Calphalon Unison Nonstick Omelette Pan : Revolutionary Slide nonstick surface cooks and releases foods effortlessly without the use of oils. An advanced nonstick surface features three interlocking layers with a scratch- and stain-resistant surface engineered for years of service. Slide technology ensures delicate omelettes, scrambled eggs, seafoods and vegetables cook thoroughly without sticking to the pan. Heavy-gauge anodized aluminum with protective base provides even heating, prevents burning and eliminates hot spots. The sloped sides make blending or turning of ingredients easy. Ergonomic stainless-steel handle stays comfortably cool to the touch on the stove top. The Unison Fry Pan is oven-safe to keep foods warm. Dishwasher-safe. Made in the USA. Product Features Slide nonstick interior releases food without the use of oils Heavy-gauge, hard anodized aluminum exterior Ergonomic stainless-steel handle is triple-riveted for durability Stainless-steel helper handle on the 12" pan for easy lifting By Calphalon, the first manufacturer of anodized aluminum Lifetime warranty Made in the USA
 
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5 / 5
Spanish Omelettes
PostedJuly 24, 2011
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Goldwing
fromJacksonville, Florida
We purchased the pan last year and love the results. It makes great Spanish Omelettes! The two pans are also very convenient, when you need to sauté small amounts of vegetables or only cooking for two people
Although the product is not "Idiot Proof ", it does perform well. Due to the shallow depth of the pans and the protruding rivets, the omelette does stick to them. The design team should have spent more time developing this product. I would have installed counter-sunk rivets and coated them with the same non-stick material. (That would probably cost extra).
Overall, its an excellent product, with the exception on the protruding rivets. I would highly recommend it to all my friends.
BTW - I worked around the sticky situation - by brushig the rivets with oil (vegetable or Olive).
+2points
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