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an offer I coud NOT refuse!!

Posted by klseiverd (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 31, 13 at 17:18

At a local thrift store. First I have to say, I already have TWO Cuisinart food processors!?! First one, I bought as a gift to self several years ago... little less than $100, if I recall correctly. Second one, found at a thrift store for $8! Had 2-3 disks for slicing/shredding, ran great... figured a spare bowl at the least. Got it home and it was a step UP from what I already had... larger capacity... bowl too big. SOOO, original has been living on shelf in garage ever since.

Today, I stop in SAME thrift store (new location) and there's ANOTHER Cuisinart food processor. This time with a MAJOR MESSA discs in a rack/holder... again $8 for everything! Just could NOT pass up all those extra attachments and a spare bowl! BUT this one is yet another step UP from second one I got!?! Couldn't find it at C's website... probably discontinued... an older model, not what ya see on cooking shows these days. Had booklets with it. There are ELEVEN different discs... slicing, shredding, julienne, french fries. According to booklet, over $200 worth of stuff... averaging $18-30 each! Have NO idea what capacity is or how to figure that out... not that it matters much. It's a DLC-7 Super Pro. Two buttons... on and pulse/off.


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RE: an offer I coud NOT refuse!!

Congrats on your awesome find!

I love the thrift store. It's surprising what you can find there. I found a Wilton Armetale platter for 5 bucks and my latest find was an old Presto pressure cooker that works perfectly. It makes the creamiest beans and the best french onion soup.


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